Hipparchus 1.2

Hipparchus is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common problems not available in the Java programming language. Hipparchus started as a fork of Apache Commons Math. The fork was initiated by most of the main developers and a few contributors of Apache Commons Math.

Tags mathematics
License Apache
State stable

Recent Releases

1.225 Oct 2017 20:46 major feature: Highlights in the 1.2 release are: - new RealFieldElement implementations computing a tuple - method to compute the orientation of a triplet of points in 2D - bracketing helper methods in UnivariateSolverUtils for RealFieldUnivariateFunction - getBRep method to PolyhedronsSet to extract a Boundary REPresentation in regular cases
1.120 Mar 2017 09:48 major feature: Highlights in the 1.1 release are: * Changes in statistics module improving their use in streams * Implementation of RANDOM algorithm for streaming percentile computation * Support for sampling from enumerated distributions in RandomDataGenerator * Field-based derivative structures * Field-based QR decomposition * Factory to simplify building DerivativeStructure instances
1.029 Jun 2016 09:38 major feature: Initial public release