Dlib is a C++ toolkit containing machine learning algorithms and tools for creating complex software in C++ to solve real world problems.
SLEEF stands for SIMD Library for Evaluating Elementary Functions. SLEEF implements vectorized versions of all C99 math functions, that utilize SIMD instructions of modern processors to make computation more efficient. The library also includes vectorized DFT subroutines.
C++ library for working with OWL ontologies
The CML (Configurable Math Library) is a free, open-source C++ vector, matrix, and quaternion math library designed for use in games, graphics, computational geometry, and related applications. Please note: the CML source has moved to GitHub: https://github.com/demianmnave/CML
A framework for simulating open quantum dynamics
C++QED is an application-programming framework for simulating open quantum dynamics in general. It has demonstrated the ability to simulate full Master equation of up to several thousand, and quantum trajectories of up to several hundred thousand dimensions. The basic idea is to allow users to build arbitrarily complex interacting quantum systems out of free subsystems and interactions (elements), and simulate their time evolution with a number of available time-evolution drivers. C++QEDv2 specifies a small grammar to describe composite quantum systems. Apart from providing a number of elements out of the box, there are tools which facilitate the implementation of new elements. These are being added continuously, as the need arises. The principal concept of the design of C++QEDv2 is that all information available at compile time should be processed as such, with the help of TMP. The framework is very sensitive to performance both in computer resources and coding/design.
CDL provides a generic C++ framework to write algorithms for the calculation of molecular descriptors. CDL provides efficient substructure search, fingerprints and pharmacophore algorithms, and many more for the calculation molecular descriptors.
TRSL is a C++ library that implements several (statistical) sampling schemes behind an (STL-like) iterator interface. The library may be used e.g. in particle filtering. It is distributed under the Boost SL (BSL is a free-software license).
BIL++ is a set of standalone C++ packages for data processing in Bioinformatics (Graph mining, Bayesian networks, Genetic algorithm, Discretization, Gene expression data analysis, Hypothesis testing).
CVM C++ Class Library encapsulates concepts of vector and square, band, symmetric and hermitian matrices in Euclidean space of real and complex numbers. It utilizes BLAS and LAPACK Fortran libraries. See http://cvmlib.com for binaries and more details.
ESI Tools is a set of tools to help maintain the Enumerations for Simulation Interoperability document set, SISO-REF-010, as published by the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO)
Implementation of algorithm from paper 'Numerical Approximation of Option Premia in Displaced-Lognormal Heston Models' by A Dickinson. For code: click link under 'Develop' & checkout via svn or click link under Browse Code->SVN & download tarball
A portable C++ implementation of multiple-precision arithmetic.
Fixed-length Arithmetic-types library
MathX is a fixed-length arithmetic-types written in pure c++ templates. The goal is to provide signed-integer, unsigned-integer, IEEE-754 float-point and fixed-point types, all with specific number of bits. To this moment, only signed-integer and unsigned-integer are completed for little-endain architecture. Any compiler that support c++03 or c++11 can successfully compile MathX. Refer to README for more information.
Creates a server on a TCP port which collects and broadcasts APRS packets to other programs. Utilizes the serial port to accept data via radio as well as gps. Can retrieve data via aprs.fi & APRS-IS. Can beacon if both gps &radio are connected.
Runge is an Interactive Solver for Systems of Differential Equations
Runge is an Interactive Solver for Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations. It solves initial value problem (aka Cauchy problem). Few advantages Runge provides: It's fast. It utilizes BLAS and LAPACK libraries optimized for modern multi-core processors. It's interactive. It allows you to start a solution by mouse click on a plane. It's precise. It uses Runge Rule to adjust step length to satisfy required precision on each step. It's effective. When it needs to compute derivatives (Jacobian matrix, for example) it does that analytically, i.e. without using numerical methods. It's portable. It works on Windows and Linux 32 and 64 bit and Mac OS X 64 bit. It's open. It allows you to implement and embed your own algorithms (aka "solvers"). It's easy to use. It allows to export results to MS Excel and MATLAB. It's multilingual. It currently supports Englis and Russian languages. It's free. It's distributed under the Boost Software License.
Plot data in SVG format using C++ library
The SVG_plot C++ library allows, with a few lines of C++ code, to add plotting of data, held in STL containers like vector and map, output as SVG files that can be viewed by all modern browsers. 1D, 2D and Boxplots can be produced, and there are a myriad of options to control appearance. The plots are very high quality and can be expanded without loss of quality (no pixelation!) but are tiny, (compared for a Microsoft Excel plot, for example) and are easily compressible, making them suitable for real-time transmission and update. The SVG_plot project was originally written by Jake Voytko in 2007 as a Boost-sponsored Google Summer of Code project in 2007. It has been maintained and enhanced since then in Boost Sandbox, but is judged unsuitable for a Boost Library, so now being made more widely available here. Version 2 adds representation of uncertainty estimates as numbers and zones.
C++ large integer class with Boost License.
intermediate language Parallel Scientific Platform: MPI-parallel sparse solvers for .NET
Basic numerical algorithms in c++
IMPORTANT: This project have been migrated to GitHub (https://github.com/krvajalmiguelangel/libnumerica) To use this or leave feedback, please visit github site instead. numerica implements some of the basic numerical algorithms about root-finding, interpolation, system of linear equations, integration, and ordinary differential equations. The aim is to be simple, code-readable and generic. New features of the recently approved c++11 are used.
uBLAS is a C++ template class library that provides BLAS level 1, 2, 3 functionality for dense, packed and sparse matrices and many numerical algorithms for linear algebra.