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Apache Software Foundation
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Nabla is an algorithmic differentiator for mathematical functions.
Just like the mathematical Nabla operator transforms a function into its differential, the Nabla library transforms an existing java object implementing a function
double f(double) { ... }
into another java object that in

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Apache-2.0

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LaTeXtaglet allows inclusion of mathematical equations in Javadocs.
This project was originally developed by Stephan Dlugosz and hosted at SourceForge.
The original source code is dependent of Windows conventions for directories and files names. The modified version of LaTeXtaglet described

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GPL-2.0+

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Framework for implementing models of biological objects and a platform for performing virtual experiments with them.

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Set of open, reliable, math functions in classes (=collections by domains) designed to be used from any project/library, with any data-structure.
In other words, all the things you usually rewrite for each project. But coded with universality in mind.
The most important package is the

Licenses:
BSD-3-Clause

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Analyzed 17 days ago
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The C++ Mathematical Expression Library (ExprTk) is a simple to use, easy to integrate and extremely efficient and fast mathematical expression parsing and evaluation engine. The parsing engine supports various kinds of functional, logic processing semantics and is very easily extendible.

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CPL-1.0

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Graphical ODE buiding, simulation and analysis tool.

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GPL-2.0+

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Analyzed about 3 years ago
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A mathematical graph/network library written in PHP

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No declared licenses

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ForevalZ - compiler of mathematical expressions(formulas)(directly in FPU x86) with complex numbers given as string at 'run-time'. (dll library and delphi component)(math parser, math expression parser, evaluate formula, evaluator)

Mostly written in language not available

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Analyzed 13 days ago
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FFC works as a compiler for multilinear forms by generating code (C or C++) for the evaluation of a multilinear form given in mathematical notation. This new approach to form evaluation makes it possible to combine generality with efficiency; the form can be given in mathematical notation and the

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LGPL-3.0