JSci is a set of open source Java packages. The aim is to encapsulate scientific methods/principles in the most natural way possible. As such they should greatly aid the development of scientific based software.

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  • Jsci is great! Thanks.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • I am no professional mathematician, just a professional java developper. I found this la ibrary, easy to use, easy to extend. Extending LinearMath to solve linear system made of complex numbers was a snap. Further I based on a it an implementation of steepest descent algorithm for solving nonlinear system that would have take me months to develop without Jsci. I would be happy to share my work to the community, but do not know how to contribute

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  • i like that you are working on abstracting the math, although at the moment i am using python more

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Java

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2002-02-27