jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. Version 3.1 is out, in this release:
* Packages for the following projects are added:
MathPiper - active fork of Yacas
Jasymca - Symbolic Calculator for Java
SymPy - Python library for symbolic mathematics
* All engine packages are grouped together with the editor
* Most engines are enabled for java web start and available on-line from the project web page... read more
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. From version 3.0 onward, it is possible to substitute several script-based engines to the standard one (JSCL).
Today a new engine is available based on the renowned Python-based CAS SymPy, via Jython. Download it from:
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. Version 3.0 introduces some major refactorings.
First of all, it is now possible to execute scripting code fragments, whereas previously evaluation of expressions only was possible.
Second, several script-based engines can be substituted to the standard one (JSCL). Two are currently available:
- JAS (the Java Algebra System) and its Jython front-end
- an experimental Scala engine, which for now just provides access to numerical scala.Math._ functions.... read more
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with a text editor frontend. This new release provides a few major improvements.
First, an enhanced polynomial library, with a choice of various underlying data structures (array, list, tree), and improved coefficient types handling (factories). Coming along is a significant shrink of code redundancy, and many improvements in the Groebner basis engine. The latter has a new flags argument for enabling/disabling algorithm variations.... read more
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with math editor. This release features the graphical rendering of math expressions (powered by Jeuclid), a complete rewrite of the interface and a partial rewrite of the engine, lots of improvements to the parser and the renderer, a "copy to wiki" operation, and a xhtml to LaTeX conversion utility.
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with math editor. In this release : substitutions were improved and tested, there is a comparison with Singular on some groebner benchmark, geometric algebra features were added : product, differential operator ; and some bug fixed as usual.
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with mathematical editor. In this release : a pseudo-NumericWrapper to enable latest version on MIDP, improvements to mathml output, a mathml to tex conversion howto (see docs) and various other improvements.
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with mathematical editor. In this release : an own Zaurus software package, brand new polynomial classes, improvement of the factorization code. The simplifier knows of additional trigonometric identities ; some new operations and functions (div, mod, matrix inverse, abs, sgn). The palm version is compiled in huge memory model (>64k).
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with mathematical editor. What's new : the palm version was redeveloped from scratch. It has a simplified layout, can backup worksheets in the memopad ; the documentation is provided as a .pdb. The exceptions are now reported to the user. The former calculator-like look & feel is now closer to that of an editor. The engine is also improved, especially with the factorization which is now recursive, meaning that 1/(1+2*x+x^2) (factorize) yields 1/(1+x)^2. There are some changes in the syntax and the API too. Junit tests were developed to prevent regressions.
jscl-meditor is a java symbolic computing library with mathematical editor. This release features a significant factorization algorithm bug fix, code changes related to the use of the Java Collections Framework data structures, performance improvements, and a new distribution for Personal Java (jdk1.1) devices : meditor-pjava.
This is a java symbolic computing library with mathematical editor, featuring : polynomial system solving, vectors and matrices, factorization, derivatives, integrals (rational functions), modular computation, simplification. Release 0.75 includes a re-organization of the packages and several bug fixes.