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The Apache Commons Math project is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common practical problems not immediately available in the Java programming language or commons-lang.

3.6.1 •

The Math project is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common practical problems not immediately available in the Java programming language or commons-lang.

2.2 •

The Math project is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common practical problems not immediately available in the Java programming language or commons-lang.

1.2 •

JEval is the advanced library for adding high-performance, mathematical, Boolean and functional expression parsing and evaluation to your Java applications.

0.9.4 •

EvalEx is a handy expression evaluator for Java, that allows to evaluate simple mathematical and boolean expressions.

2.7 •

oj! Algorithms - ojAlgo - is Open Source Java code that has to do with mathematics, linear algebra and optimisation.

53.3.0 •

A simple mathematical expression evaluator for java.

0.4.8 •

mXparser is a super easy, rich, fast and highly flexible math expression parser library (parser and evaluator of mathematical expressions / formulas provided as plain text / string). Software delivers easy to use API for JAVA, Android and C# .NET/MONO (Common Language Specification compliant: F#, Visual Basic, C++/CLI). *** If you find the software useful donation or purchase is something you might consider: https://mathparser.org/donate/ *** Online store: https://payhip.com/INFIMA *** Scalar Scientific Calculator, Charts and Scripts, Scalar Lite: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mathparser.scalar.lite *** Scalar Pro: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mathparser.scalar.pro *** ScalarMath.org: https://scalarmath.org/ *** MathSpace.pl: https://mathspace.pl/ ***

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Tweety is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, Tweety contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

1.17 •

Tweety is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, Tweety contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

1.17 •

Tweety is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, Tweety contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

1.17 •

Mathematical implementations including geometric, matrix and statistical operators.

1.3.10 •

A simple mathematical expression evaluator for java.

0.3.11 •

finmath lib is a Mathematical Finance Library in Java. It provides algorithms and methodologies related to mathematical finance.

6.0.19 •

1.17 •

Mathematic library for Multiplatform Kotlin 1.3

4.0.10 •

Mathematic support for Strata

2.12.38 •

Mathematic library for Multiplatform Kotlin 1.3

4.0.10 •

Arbitrary data for mathematical calculations.

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1.17 •

Implementation of various mathematical curves that define themselves over a set of control points. The API is written in Java. The curves supported are: Bezier, B-Spline, Cardinal Spline, Catmull-Rom Spline, Lagrange, Natural Cubic Spline, and NURBS.

1.08 •

1.17 •

A set of mathematical utilities

6.3.1 •

ELKI - Core Mathematics and Statistics – Open-Source Data-Mining Framework with Index Acceleration

0.7.5 •

Mathematical classes.

4.7.0 •

1.17 •

Mathematical and geometric structures, including rings, fields, vector modules and spaces, affine spaces, tensor spaces, probability distributions, and associated operators

4.2.14 •

1.17 •

Mathematics utility library.

0.7.1 •

The ZEL language, a simple language with concurency facilities, mathematical operations...

8.10.0 •

1.17 •

This is a mathematical evaluation library.

1.0.1 •

Optimus is a mathematical programming library for Scala

3.2.4 •

The Apache Commons Math project is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common practical problems not immediately available in the Java programming language or commons-lang.

1.2.2.1-jre17 •

A general-purpose mathematical expression parser, which converts infix expression strings into postfix queues and/or syntax trees.

3.1.0 •

SiNGA (Simulation of Natural Systems using Graph Automata) is an open-source library containing tools especially for structural bioinformatics and systems biology.

0.3.3 •

Mathematic library for Multiplatform Kotlin 1.3

4.0.10 •

Optimus is a mathematical programming library for Scala

3.4.3 •

Optimus is a mathematical programming library for Scala

3.4.3 •

Optimus is a mathematical programming library for Scala

3.4.3 •

Mathematic library for Multiplatform Kotlin 1.3

4.0.10 •

Mathematic library for Multiplatform Kotlin 1.3

4.0.10 •

TweetyProject is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, TweetyProject contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

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JEP is a Java library for parsing and evaluating mathematical expressions.

2.4.2 •

TweetyProject is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, TweetyProject contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

1.25 •

TweetyProject is a collection of various Java libraries that implement approaches to different areas of artificial intelligence. In particular, it provides a general interface layer for doing research and working with different knowledge representation formalisms such as classical logics, conditional logics, probabilistic logics, and argumentation. Furthermore, TweetyProject contains libraries for dealing with agents, multi-agent systems, and dialog systems for agents, as well as belief revision, preference reasoning, preference aggregation, and action languages. A series of utility libraries that deal with e.g. mathematical optimization complement the collection.

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