New number crunching library - NAG C Mark 9
New number crunching library - NAG C Mark 9
Tuesday, 03 August 2010

A new release of the well known NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group) C Library may not be as exciting as a new iPhone, but it's where a lot of the real work gets done.

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A new release of the well known NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group) C Library may not be as exciting as a new iPhone, but it's where a lot of the real work gets done.

The new release of The NAG Library includes two new chapters on wavelet transforms and global optimization. A new sub-chapter has also been introduced on option pricing. Enhancements have been made in the areas of statistics, optimization, linear algebra, ordinary differential equations, regression, random numbers, sorting, and special functions.

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For a full list of new features see:

http://www.nag.com/numeric/cl/newatmark9.asp

A total of over 150 functions have been added making a total of well over 1300 user-callable functions in the new release.

NAG is a not-for-profit organisation developing numerical and technical software with close links with academic institutions and industry.

For more information: http://www.nag.com/numeric/CL/CLdescription.asp

Further reading

NAG for GPGPU

 

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