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releasedate = Jun 07, 2005 | releasedate = Jun 07, 2005 |
license = LGPL 2 | license = LGPL 2 |
-overview = < ... > |+overview = MathArray is a general library of classes for performing mathematical
-features = < ... > |+operations on arrays (vectors, matrices, etc) of values. It can
 +operate on any standard 'C' number type plus numbers of complex
 +type. [...] MathArray knows implicitly what types of operations can
 +be performed on what types of numbers and will automatically cast
 +itself to the correct number type representation to handle the
 +specific operation. Standard operations include addition, scalar and
 +matrix multiplication and logical operations. Mathematical operations
 +in the standard C math library are also supported, as well as
 +user-defined functions.
 +<font color="#808080"> &ndash; From the README file.</font> |
 +features = <...> |
maintainer = Adam Fedor | maintainer = Adam Fedor |
relatedlinks = relatedlinks =
-* |+* [http://downloads.planetmirror.com/pub/gnustep/gnustep/contrib/MathArray-1.0.README README]|
category = [[Category:Development Frameworks]] category = [[Category:Development Frameworks]]
}} }}

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Class library for mathematical manipulation of matrices.

Current Version: 1.0

  • Released: Jun 07, 2005
  • Licensed: LGPL 2

Overview

MathArray is a general library of classes for performing mathematical operations on arrays (vectors, matrices, etc) of values. It can operate on any standard 'C' number type plus numbers of complex type. [...] MathArray knows implicitly what types of operations can be performed on what types of numbers and will automatically cast itself to the correct number type representation to handle the specific operation. Standard operations include addition, scalar and matrix multiplication and logical operations. Mathematical operations in the standard C math library are also supported, as well as user-defined functions. – From the README file.

Features

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Maintainer

Adam Fedor

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