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SpeedCrunch is a high-precision scientific calculator. It features a syntax-highlighted scrollable display and is designed to be fully used via keyboard. Some distinctive features are auto-completion of functions and variables, a formula book, and quick insertion of constants from various fields of

Mostly written in language not available

Licenses:
GPL-2.0+

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Java Computer Algebra System. Features: math expression parser and evaluating API (jsr223), generic nested lists (i.e trees) API, pattern matching. Moved to http://code.google.com/p/symja/

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xFunc is a simple and easy to use application that allows you to build mathematical and logical expressions. It's written on C#. This project consists two libraries and an execution file. The libraries include the code that converts strings to expressions.

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Apache-2.0

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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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Franklin Math is now available!Franklin Math is an open source symbolic computer algebra system (CAS), with similarities to commercial math packages such as MATLAB or Mathematica. It handles some symbolic algebra and manipulation, as well as numeric calculations. The built-in functions cover

Mostly written in language not available

Licenses:
GPL-3.0+

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Bugs and Swatters Game developed as a Java Applet

Licenses:
GPL-2.0+

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Analyzed almost 3 years ago
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This project is an effort to write a free math library that utilizes SIMD instructions for vector–vector computation of transcendental functions (exponential, logarithm, sine, cosine, etc.)
Status of developmentDevelopment of the library has centered on implementing the library's vector-vector

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dmath provides math functions for use with Python's arbitrary-precision Decimal type. These functions include acos, asin, atan, atan2, ceil, cos, cosh, degrees, e, exp, floor, hypot, log, log10, pi, radians, sin, sinh, tan, and tanh.

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This is for an assignment in a software engineering class.

Mostly written in language not available

Licenses:
LGPL