Neodym: Signal Processing will be based on Yttrium

Today I thought a bit about the Neodym Math.NET signal processing package while going through the documents of an ETH lecture on digital information transfer. It looks as if some of the concepts and formalism could be modelled almost smoothly with the new Yttrium architecture. The numeric and mathematic analytic part is covered at the same time, while we win a lot of flexibility by Yttrium immediately.

In addition to the previous classes, Neodym will offer an interface with which it can be loaded directly into Yttrium as a module - suitable new parts (like the new information transfer name space for analogous and digital information transmission) will work directly with Yttrium objects like signals and architectures.

Of course it's not a coincidence that the signal processing package is well compatible with the new signal based Yttrium architecture ...