Posted by Diego Assencio on 2014.02.05 under Programming (C/C++)

I have recently released the first official version of a project I
have worked on during the last few months. It's called
freeAML: an easy-to-use, free and open-source
applied mathematics library written in C++.

In this first version, the library contains the necessary basic data structures
such as dense and sparse vectors/matrices, linear system solvers, linear least squares solvers
and matrix factorization algorithms.

freeAML has an official webpage: freeAML.org.
It contains lots of examples describing most of the tools available in the
library and also an installation guide.

I hope this helps someone out there. Have fun! ;-)

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