CenterSpace.NMath contains foundational classes for object-oriented numerics on the .NET platform.
CenterSpace.NMath includes complex number classes, general vector and matrix classes, structured sparse matrix classes and factorizations, general sparse matrix classes and factorizations, general matrix decompositions, least squares solutions, random number generators, Fast Fourier Transforms (FFTs), numerical integration and differentiation methods, function minimization, curve fitting, root-finding, linear and nonlinear programming.
This document covers versions of NMath 6.2 and greater.
CenterSpace.NMath.Statsadds advanced statistics to
CenterSpace.NMath, with classes for data manipulation, statistical computation, data modeling, and biostatistics.
CenterSpace.NMath.Charting.Microsoftprovides charting for
CenterSpace.NMathtypes using the free Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET, creating a complete data analysis and visualization solution.
CenterSpace.NMath.Premium, the premium version of
CenterSpace.NMath, leverages the power of the CUDA™ architecture for GPU-accelerated computations.
CenterSpace.NMath types are organized into three namespaces:
CenterSpace.NMath.Corecontains basic vector and matrix classes, complex number classes, and random number generators.
CenterSpace.NMath.Matrixcontains structured sparse matrix classes and factorizations, general sparse matrix classes and factorizations, general matrix decompositions, least squares solutions, and solutions to eigenvalue problems.
CenterSpace.NMath.Analysiscontains optimization, root-finding, and linear programming.
To avoid using fully qualified names, preface your code with the appropriate using statements.
Numerous code examples are available for
CenterSpace.NMath. Studying the examples is one of the best ways to learn how to use the package.
CenterSpace.NMath is distributed as a free, fully-functional trial version for a 30-day evaluation period. For continued use, please purchase a license through our secure online store.
CenterSpace.NMath is licensed per developer seat. Each developer writing code using
CenterSpace.NMath requires a license. (For example, if 5 developers are writing an application, and only 3 are doing most of the intense math work, all 5 must have a license.) There are no runtime or deployment fees for products developed that make use of CenterSpace packages. The complete
CenterSpace.NMath license agreement is available here.
CenterSpace.NMath license information is stored in a license key which must be found at runtime. The license key governs the properties of your installation. If no license key is found, a default evaluation license key is used which provides a free 30-day evaluation period for
CenterSpace.NMath on the current machine.
When you purchase one or more developer seats of
CenterSpace.NMath, you will be issued a license key describing the terms of your license. You can set your license key using one of several mechanisms:
- By setting the
- By setting the
NMathLicenseKeyconfiguration app setting
- By programmatically setting the
LicenseKeyproperty on class NMathConfiguration
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