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From "Matthias Boehm" <mbo...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Citations
Date Fri, 13 May 2016 05:52:36 GMT

Indeed, various of our ML algorithms [4] and our matrix multiplication
chain rewrite [8] are based on existing textbook algorithms. This means
that we implemented these artifacts (loosely) based on the ideas or
pseudo-code described in these references but never directly took over
existing code. I'm no expert in licensing aspects, but intuitively, I'd say
that the references are appropriate for both documentation and to give
credit. Hence, I don't see a need to include them into LICENSE or NOTICE.
@Luciano: Do you know of an ASF guideline on this matter?

Out of curiosity, I just double checked how Spark handles this since MLlib
is in the same situation of relying on existing textbook algorithms. They
similarly include references to papers at source code level and (as far I
could see) only include originating source code / libraries into their
LICENSE/NOTICE files.

Regards,
Matthias



From:	Deron Eriksson <deroneriksson@gmail.com>
To:	dev@systemml.incubator.apache.org
Date:	05/12/2016 04:34 PM
Subject:	Citations



Here are Justin Mcclean's finding from our last release (0.9.0):
https://www.mail-archive.com/dev@systemml.incubator.apache.org/msg00482.html


I think most issues raised by Justin have now been resolved.

Could someone look at [4] and [8] to see if we need to cite anything in the
LICENSE or NOTICE files or the Algorithms Reference bibliography?

His questions #8 was WRT RewriteMatrixMultChainOptimization, which contains
the following comment:

    /**
     * mmChainDP(): Core method to perform dynamic programming on a given
array
     * of matrix dimensions.
     *
     * Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest, Clifford
Stein
     * Introduction to Algorithms, Third Edition, MIT Press, page 395.
     */

Thanks!
Deron


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