- Call Traits
- Circular Buffer
- Compressed Pair
- Concept Check
- Date Time
- Dynamic Bitset
- Enable If
- Function Types
- Functional/Overloaded Function
- Identity Type
- In Place Factory, Typed In Place Factory
- IO State Savers
- Lexical Cast
- Local Function
- Math Common Factor
- Math Octonion
- Math Quaternion
- Math/Special Functions
- Math/Statistical Distributions
- Member Function
- Meta State Machine
- Numeric Conversion
- Pointer Container
- Program Options
- Property Map
- Property Tree
- Result Of
- Scope Exit
- Smart Ptr
- Static Assert
- String Algo
- Type Erasure
- Type Index
- Type Traits
- Value Initialized
amCharts is an advanced charting library that will suit any data visualization need. Our charting solution include Column, Bar, Line, Area, Step, Step without risers, Smoothed line, Candlestick, OHLC, Pie/Donut, Radar/ Polar, XY/Scatter/Bubble, Bullet, Funnel/Pyramid charts as well as Gauges. Read More Our charts is a completely standalone and independent library, which doesn’t require any 3rd party includes. You can download, try and even use our charts for free. Check chart demos to see all the charts in action.
FLINT: Fast Library for Number Theory
FLINT is a C library for doing number theory, maintained by William Hart. FLINT is licensed GPL v2+. FLINT supports arithmetic with numbers, polynomials, power series and matrices over many base rings, including: Multiprecision integers and rationals Integers modulo n p-adic numbers Finite fields (prime and non-prime order) Real and complex numbers (via the Arb extension library) Support is also currently being developed for algebraic number fields (via the Antic extension library). Operations that can be performed include conversions, arithmetic, computing GCDs, factoring, solving linear systems, and evaluating special functions. In addition, FLINT provides various low-level routines for fast arithmetic. FLINT is extensively documented and tested.
www.musl-libc.org: musl libc
musl provides consistent quality and implementation behavior from tiny embedded systems to full-fledged servers. Minimal machine-specific code means less chance of breakage on minority architectures and better success with “write once run everywhere” C development. musl’s efficiency is unparalleled in Linux libc implementations. Designed from the ground up for static linking, musl carefully avoids pulling in large amounts of code or data that the application will not use. Dynamic linking is also efficient; by integrating the entire standard library implementation, including threads, math, and even the dynamic linker itself into a single shared object, most of the startup time and memory overhead of dynamic linking have been eliminated. musl features the first post-NPTL implementation of POSIX threads for Linux, and the first aimed at complete conformance and robustness. Thread cancellation has been re-designed to avoid serious race conditions in the original NPTL design. As for effic
PARI/GP Development Headquarters: computer algebra system designed for fast computations in number theory
PARI/GP is a widely used computer algebra system designed for fast computations in number theory (factorizations, algebraic number theory, elliptic curves…), but also contains a large number of other useful functions to compute with mathematical entities such as matrices, polynomials, power series, algebraic numbers etc., and a lot of transcendental functions. PARI is also available as a C library to allow for faster computations. Originally developed by Henri Cohen and his co-workers (Université Bordeaux I, France), PARI is now under the GPL and maintained by Karim Belabas with the help of many volunteer contributors. PARI is a C library, allowing fast computations. gp is an easy-to-use interactive shell giving access to the PARI functions. GP is the name of gp’s scripting language. gp2c, the GP-to-C compiler, combines the best of both worlds by compiling GP scripts to the C language and transparently loading the resulting functions into gp. (gp2c-compiled scripts will typically r
JSTOR: JSTOR is a not-for-profit, founded to help academic libraries and publishers.
JSTOR is a not-for-profit, founded to help academic libraries and publishers. JSTOR is a shared digital library created in 1995 to help university and college libraries to free space on their shelves, save costs, and provide greater levels of access to more content than ever before. More generally, by digitizing content to high standards and supporting its long-term preservation, we also aim to help libraries and publishers of scholarly content transition their collections and publishing activities from print to digital operations. Our aim is to expand access to scholarly content around the world and to preserve it for future generations. We provide access to some or all of the content free-of-charge when we believe we can do so and still meet our long-term obligations. JSTOR currently includes more than 2,000 academic journals, dating back to the first volume ever published, along with thousands of monographs and other materials relevant for education. We have digitized more than 50
Cairo is a 2D graphics library with support for multiple output devices. Currently supported output targets include the X Window System (via both Xlib and XCB), Quartz, Win32, image buffers, PostScript, PDF, and SVG file output. Experimental backends include OpenGL, BeOS, OS/2, and DirectFB.
Cairo is designed to produce consistent output on all output media while taking advantage of display hardware acceleration when available (eg. through the X Render Extension).
The cairo API provides operations similar to the drawing operators of PostScript and PDF. Operations in cairo including stroking and filling cubic Bézier splines, transforming and compositing translucent images, and antialiased text rendering. All drawing operations can be transformed by any affine transformation (scale, rotation, shear, etc.)
Cairo is implemented as a library written in the C programming language.
Intel© Math Kernel Library – Intel© Software Network
Intel© Math Kernel Library (Intel© MKL) is a computing math library of highly optimized, extensively threaded math routines for applications that require maximum performance. Core math functions include BLAS, LAPACK, ScaLAPACK1, sparse solvers, fast Fourier transforms, vector math, and more.
Offering performance optimizations for current and next-generation Intel© processors, it includes improved integration with Microsoft Visual Studio*, Eclipse*, and XCode*. The Intel© MKL computing math library allows for full integration of the Intel© Compatibility OpenMP* runtime library for greater Windows*/Linux* cross-platform compatibility..
ScaLAPACK1 is not supported under Mac OS* X.
pChart 2.0 – a PHP charting library
pChart is a PHP library that will help you to create anti-aliased charts or pictures directly from your web server. You can then display the result in the client browser, sent it by mail or insert it into PDFs. pChart provide object oriented coding syntax and is fully in line with the new web standards allowing you to enhance your web2.0 applications.
pChart require the GD and FreeType PHP extensions to be installed on your web server. This is an important prerequiste that can’t be overrided.
This library has now reached an important point in its development cycle going out of the beta step. pChart 2.0 is a completly rewritten library based on what we’ve learned doing the first version.