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-* Revise calculcation of workspace sizes
-
-  As of now (2005-06-20), the LAPACK-documentation is out of date.
-  In the next LAPACK-release the following functions need to be revised:
-
-    * gelsd
-    * gesdd
-
 * Improve performance with threads on small data
 
   Currently all external functions that have at least linear running time
   wrt. some parameter release the OCaml runtime lock.  This coarse-grained
   approach may make Lacaml perform less well with some functions on small
-  amounts of data, and also in applications that link with threads,
-  but do not really use them at runtime.  This problem is especially
-  pronounced if the user has to deal with large numbers of small datasets,
-  and can lead to quite noticable slowdowns.
+  amounts of data, and also in applications that link with threads, but do
+  not really use them at runtime.  This problem is especially pronounced if
+  the user has to deal with large numbers of small datasets and can lead to
+  quite noticable slowdowns then.
 
-  Solution: allow the user to explicitly request that the OCaml runtime
-  lock be kept, and also provide for default heuristics that choose to
-  keep it if some value computed from the function parameters does not
-  exceed a certain value (e.g. matrix size, etc.).
-
-* Add new features from LAPACK 3.2.
+  Solution: allow the user to explicitly request that the OCaml runtime lock
+  be kept, and also provide for default heuristics that choose to keep it if
+  some value computed from the function parameters does not exceed a certain
+  value (e.g. matrix size, etc.).
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