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Math.NET Numerics v2.3.0

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Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 2126
Change Set: 164b0582457f
Released: Nov 25, 2012
Updated: Nov 26, 2012 by cdrnet
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Portable Library Build:
  • Adds support for WP8 (.Net 4.0 and higher, SL5, WP8 and .NET for Windows Store apps)
  • New: portable build also for F# extensions (.Net 4.5, SL5 and .NET for Windows Store apps)
  • NuGet: portable builds are now included in the main packages, no more need for special portable packages
Linear Algebra:
  • Continued major storage rework, in this release focusing on vectors (previous release was on matrices)
  • Thin QR decomposition (in addition to existing full QR)
  • Static CreateRandom for all dense matrix and vector types
  • F#: slicing support for matrices and vectors
Random and Probability Distributions:
  • Consistent static Sample methods for all continuous and discrete distributions (was previously missing on a few)
  • F#: better usability for random numbers and distributions.
  • F# extensions are now using F# 3.0
  • Updated Intel MKL references for our native linear algebra providers
  • Various bug, performance and usability fixes

Also available as NuGet packages:
PM> Install-Package MathNet.Numerics
PM> Install-Package MathNet.Numerics.FSharp

Note: The portable package MathNet.Numerics.Portable has been dropped, as NuGet 2.1 properly supports portable builds in the main package.

If you absolutely require a signed library with a strong name:
PM> Install-Package MathNet.Numerics.Signed

Reviews for this release

A fantastic open source project that fills a void for .NET with a variety of options. Documentation is a bit too light, but it seems that the project is currently quite active.
by drewnoakes on Jan 14, 2013 at 3:36 PM