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Following the success of [[OctConf 2012]] which brought together users and
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Following the success of OctConf 2012 which brought together users and
 
developers for five days in July in the French Canadian summer,
 
developers for five days in July in the French Canadian summer,
 
the first european OctConf was be held in Milan, Italy on June 24-26
 
the first european OctConf was be held in Milan, Italy on June 24-26
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*[http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/a/a4/Slides_octconf_lyh.pdf Slides]
 
*[http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/a/a4/Slides_octconf_lyh.pdf Slides]
  
=== New sparse matrix format for Octave ===
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=== New sparse matrices for Octave ===
[http://librsb.sourceforge.net/ Michele Martone]
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[http://librsb.sourceforge.net/ Michele Martone] presented his (future) Octave package for sparse matrix using recursive blocks (quad-tree blockification of matrices). He is very willing to collaborate with any development that could use his code.
presented his (soon to be released) Octave package for sparse matrices "sparsersb".
 
The package enables Octave users to transparently use the "librsb"
 
multithreaded sparse matrix library from Octave, gaining performance
 
in the application of sparse matrix-vector multiplication operations on
 
large matrices (e.g.: when applying iterative methods).
 
Early testing efforts are very welcome.
 
Code and information is already available on [http://librsb.sourceforge.net] .
 
  
* [http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/9/92/Slides_octconf_michele_martone.pdf Slides]
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* [[File:slides_octconf_michele_martone.pdf|Slides]]
  
 
=== GSoC project: Incomplete factorization ===
 
=== GSoC project: Incomplete factorization ===
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Modeling and Scientific Computing lab at the
 
Modeling and Scientific Computing lab at the
 
[http://www.mate.polimi.it Department of Mathematics] of Milan Technical University ([http://www.polimi.it Politecnico di Milano]),  
 
[http://www.mate.polimi.it Department of Mathematics] of Milan Technical University ([http://www.polimi.it Politecnico di Milano]),  
and was  partially supported by [http://moxoff.com/ MOXOFF] and [http://nclab.com/ NCLab].
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and was  partially supported by [http://moxoff.com/ MOXOFF].
  
 
=== Venue ===
 
=== Venue ===
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== Next OctConf ==
 
== Next OctConf ==
 
[[OctConf_2014| OctConf 2014]]
 
[[OctConf_2014| OctConf 2014]]
 
[[Category:OctConf]]
 
[[Category:2013]]
 

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