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README.md

Boost.Time_series : Library for Representing and Manipulating Series of Data

by Eric Niebler

Copyright

Copyright 2006 Eric Niebler. Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

Abstract

Boost.Time_series is a library that provides efficient in-memory representations for series of data and generic ways to manipulate the data. It depends heavily on the Boost libraries, available for free as http://boost.org. Boost.Time_series can be downloaded from the Boost File Vault at:

http://boostpro.com/vault/index.php?&directory=Math%20-%20Numerics

Contents

The contents of the subdirectories in this archive are:

boost/time_series
Boost.Time_series's source code
boost/range_run_storage
Definitions of the RangeRunStorage and InfiniteRangeRunStorage concepts and associated utilities
boost/sequence
Definitions of the Sequence concept and associated utilities
boost/property_map
Definitions of the ReadablePropertyMap and ReadWritePropertyMap concepts and associated utilities
boost/numeric
Polymorphic function objects for the numeric operators
boost/detail
Miscelaneous utilities
boost/backports
Pieces of Boost HEAD required to compile Boost.Time_series with Boost 1.34.
libs/time_series/doc
The HTML documentation
libs/time_series/example
An example program demonstrating how to use Boost.Time_series.
libs/time_series/test

Contact

Any questions about Boost.Time_series should be sent to eniebler - at - boost - dot - org.

Last Modified: February 3, 2009

-- Eric Niebler eniebler - at - boost - dot - org