LAPACK++ is a library for high performance linear algebra computations. This release includes code cleanup for GCC3.4 compilers. Due to the stability of the library, we now switched to version number two. Some functions for Singular Value Decomposition have been added. The library now includes support for solving linear systems using LU, Cholesky, QR matrix factorizations, and symmetric eigenvalue problems, for real-valued and complex matrices.
The original LAPACK++ was released under a BSD-style license, but its development stopped in the year 2000 and the support for complex-valued matrices was not enabled anymore. With this new fork of the original LAPACK++, it is now possible to use a GPLed, full-featured LAPACK product in C++ again.
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