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This is the homepage of PyBLM, a bilinear modeling library in the Python programming language.
Download and Installation
There is no release of PyBLM.
You can download the development version by typing:
git clone https://git.pvv.ntnu.no/Projects/pyblm.git
This will download the latest svn version and place it in a directory named pyblm under your current working directory.
We use python 2.5 on Debian and Ubuntu, and thus recommend you to do likewise as that is were we can debug stuff. PyBLM should work just fine on any sane linux distro, and supposedly also on windows.
- There is no documentation.