Apache Commons Math 2.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : Apache License
CreatedCreated : Feb 22, 2010
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It addresses the most common problems not available in the Java programming language or Commons Lang, regarding mathematical_operation and operators.
Most important functions of Apache Commons Math by Apache Software Foundation:
• Real-world application use cases determine development priority.
• This package emphasizes small, easily integrated components rather than large libraries with complex dependencies and configurations.
• All algorithms are fully documented and follow generally accepted best practices.
• In situations where multiple standard algorithms exist, a Strategy pattern is used to support multiple implementations.
• Limited dependencies. No external dependencies beyond Commons components and the core Java platform (at least Java 1. 3 up to version 1. 2 of the library, at least Java 5 starting with version 2. 0 of the library).
News in the current Apache Commons Math 2.0 version:
• Fixed an error induced by entries set to 0 in simplex solver.
• Removed an unused argument in a private method in simplex solver.
• Changed probability calculations for Binomial, Poisson, and Hypergeometric distributions to use Catherine Loader's saddle point approximations.
• Removed dead code from Complex#divide.
• Added support for weighted descriptive statistics.

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