Boost Sandbox

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The Boost Sandbox is the location for collaboration on potential Boost libraries, that is, libraries that are in development with the purpose of submiting the library to Boost (



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This repo is simply a sandbox for playing around with - and in some cases, working around bugs in - boost python.


A few files to demonstrate some useful C++ features for integrating Schrödinger and master equations. These files use ublas (from Boost) and the odeint library, which is currently in the Boost sandbox.