Template C++ library providing classes for vectors, matrices, etc., and for defining operations on them
TBCI provides classes for Vectors, Matrices, etc., and for defining operations on them. It comes with an extensive set of solvers for linear systems and an interface to lapack libraries. It uses the temporary base class idiom, which avoids unnecessary copying of data. The program's templated library of numerical base classes implement basic data structures like complex numbers, dynamic vectors, static vectors, different types of matrices like full matrices, band matrices, sparse matrices, etc. and also include a representation for Tensors and its typical operations like contraction, direct product and multiplication with contraction.
DocumentationUser guide included and available in HTML format from http://plasimo.phys.tue.nl/TBCI/online-docu/html/index.html; User guide available in PDF format from http://plasimo.phys.tue.nl/TBCI/numlib/doc.pdf
released on 21 March 2011
2 August 2002
Leaders and contributors
|Jan van Dijk||Contributor|
|Jose L Tinoco||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||sed|
|Required to use||egcs/gcc incl. libstdc++|
|Required to use||grep|
|Weak prerequisite||SuperLU from Netlib|
|Required to use||GNU tar (1.12)|
|Required to use||gzip/bzip2|
|Weak prerequisite||LaTeX (to process documentation)|
|Required to use||bash|
|Required to use||GNU make|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 11 January 2017.
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