Math.NET Numerics is an opensource numerical library for .Net, Silverlight and Mono.
Math.NET Numerics is the numerical foundation of the Math.NET project, aiming to provide methods and algorithms for numerical computations in science, engineering and every day use. Covered topics include special functions, linear algebra, probability models, random numbers, interpolation, integral transforms (FFT) and more.
Math.NET Numerics is the result of merging dnAnalytics with Math.NET Iridium and is intended to replace both. It targets Microsoft .Net 4.0, Silverlight 4 and Mono, and in addition to purely managed implementations will also support native hardware optimization (MKL, ATLAS).
Math.NET Numerics is covered under the terms of the MIT/X11 license. You may therefore link to it and use it in both opensource and proprietary software projects. See also the COPYRIGHT file in the root folder.
- Project Website
- News Blog
- Source Code
- Work Items and Bug Tracker
- Ideas & Feedback
- Twitter: @MathNetNumerics
Download the MathNet.Numerics.dll assembly, add a reference to it to your project and you're done. To make this even simpler we publish binary releases to the NuGet Gallery as package MathNet.Numerics (or MathNet.Numerics.FSharp for F# integration). Altenatively we also publish binary releases including documentation on CodePlex.
Team & Contributors
Jurgen Van Gael,
Contributors: Alexander Karatarakis, Patrick van der Velde, Joannès Vermorel, Matthew Kitchin, Rana Ian, Andrew Kurochka, Thaddaeus Parker, Sergey Bochkanov (ALGLIB), John Maddock (Boost), Stephen L. Moshier (Cephes Math Library)
See also the AUTHORS file for a full list of all contributors.