Which is the best way to work with matrices and linear algebra using c++?

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  • GLM

    OpenGL Mathematics (GLM)

  • stdBLAS

    Reference Implementation for stdBLAS

  • You can have a look at https://github.com/kokkos/stdBLAS (it's an implementation of the proposed linear algebra extensions for future C++).

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  • xtensor

    C++ tensors with broadcasting and lazy computing

  • I use xtensor: https://github.com/xtensor-stack/xtensor

  • xtensor-ros

    ROS (Robot Operating System) bindings for xtensor, the multidimensional linear algebra library

  • xtensor-blas

    BLAS extension to xtensor

  • pinocchio

    A fast and flexible implementation of Rigid Body Dynamics algorithms and their analytical derivatives

  • Robotics Library (RL)

    The Robotics Library (RL) is a self-contained C++ library for rigid body kinematics and dynamics, motion planning, and control.

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  • vectormath

    Modified version of Sony's open sourced vector and matrix math library. (by glampert)

  • there's also VectorMath but it's SIMD so I don't know how it bodes with robot architectures

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