The MTL is a low level library in the sense that the user must be conscious of the matrix type being used, and that all computationally expensive operations are explicit. The MTL is not a C++ Matlab. Nevertheless, the interface is designed to be simple and easy to use.
The matrix types provided include compressed sparse row/column, banded, packed, diagonal (and tridiagonal), envelope, array of pointers, and of course dense matrices. All matrix types share a common and easy to use interface.
The algorithms consist of the traditional basic linear algebra routines (from the BLAS level-1 to 3) which includes matrix and vector arithmetic as well as operations such as backward substitution and norm calculations.
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