Why a tensorworld project
- As of today, tensorworld is mainly a webpage collecting various toolboxes for tensor decompositions and related problems, and advertising interesting new toolboxes projects.
- The actual goal of tensorworld is to go further: collect data sets, host news about conferences or important meetings, reference important bibliography…
- Maybe this can also become a hub for the community to exchange ideas.
In the end, tensorworld is meant to be a community project. Anyone interested in joining us to make this project live on is welcome to contact us at
Currently, it is maintained by Jeremy Cohen (IRISA, Rennes, France) and hosted thanks to Tammy Kolda purchasing the domain name.
(Any help is welcome!)
- Add a list of interesting documented toy data sets for playing around or using in articles. Check for instance the FROSTT repository for large sparse data, or Rasmus Bro’s webpage.
- Add a news section about tensor-related conferences, special issues in journals and other events of interest.
- Add a list of useful references (books, book chapters, important historical articles).
Note that some of this content can already be found at the excellent webpage of Pieter M. Kroonenberg, the Three-Mode Company.