Commit f3fa3658 authored by Praetorius, Simon's avatar Praetorius, Simon
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Add some cites to the introduction slides

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# Introduction
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> .h3[Scott Meyers (2014):] If you’re not at all interested in performance, shouldn’t you
> be in the Python room down the hall?
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# Scientific Programming with C++
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- Multi-paradigm development: OOP, Generic, Functional, Meta-programming,...
- Standardized, industry ready programming language
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> .h3[Bjarne Stroustrup (1994):] It would be nice if every kind of numeric software
> could be written in C++ without loss of efficiency, but unless something can be
> found that achieves this without compromising the C++ type system it may be
> preferable to rely on Fortran, Assembler or architecture-specific extensions.
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> .h3[Todd L. Veldhuizen (2000):] C++ is now ready to compete with the performance
> of Fortran. Its performance problems have been solved by a combination of better
> optimizing compilers and template techniques. It's possible that C++ will be
> faster than Fortran for some applications.
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> .h3[Bjarne Stroustrup (1994)]: It would be nice if every kind of numeric software
> could be written in C++ without loss of efficiency, but unless something can be
> found that achieves this without compromising the C++ type system it may be
> preferable to rely on Fortran, Assembler or architecture-specific extensions.
<br>
> .h3[Todd L. Veldhuizen (2000)]: C++ is now ready to compete with the performance
> of Fortran. Its performance problems have been solved by a combination of better
> optimizing compilers and template techniques. It's possible that C++ will be
> faster than Fortran for some applications.
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# Scientific Programming with C++
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