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Subject [Hama Wiki] Trivial Update of "Hama-0.1" by udanax
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2008 15:37:14 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/hama/Hama-0%2e1

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  ## page was renamed from Hama0.1
  
   * It is better not to attempt too much at this time. Select a couple of things you can
finish within a month or so. See a [:Architecture: long-term plans]
-  * Vector operations doesn't need to parallelism
+  * Vector operations doesn't need to parallelism at this stage.
  
  1. Matrix and vector interfaces. See [:InterfaceConsiderations: this page]
   * Let's handle only simple operations, such as addition, subtraction and products.
@@ -12, +12 @@

  2. Matrix and vector implementations 
  
   * Dense Vector - Stores the vector in a dense array. 
-  * Dense matrix - Stores the data columnwise in a linear array. 
+  * Dense matrix - Stores the data columnwise in a linear array.
  
+ 3. Getting Started with Hama [:GettingStarted: this page]
- 3. Running scripts. See [:GettingStarted: this page]
- 
-  * Running Shell/Scripts from the command prompt
  
  4. A performance Benchmarking tool
  
- ----
  ~-How about adding a simple benchmarking tool? -- Frederick Haebin Na-~
    ~-Good idea, If you have any ideas how to benchmark this, please share them with us. --
Edward J. Yoon-~
-   
-   ~- 1-3 look fine for me, but do we really need to include 4. in the 0.1? -- Chanwit Kaewkasi-~
+   ~-1-3 look fine for me, but do we really need to include 4. in the 0.1? -- Chanwit Kaewkasi-~
- 
+ ----
  
  ~-I think we should have an RC before release the real 0.1, what do you think? -- Chanwit
Kaewkasi-~
    ~-I agree with you. Since this is our first one, we should be going to have a bit of extra
work to get things in the right shape. -- Edward J. Yoon-~

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