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NMath 7.0 & the .NET Standard Library

In December, CenterSpace Software rolled out a major new release of NMath, version 7.0, built on the .NET Standard Library 2.0. The focus of this release has been to support the .NET Standard library, to further improve the ease of use of the NMath library, and to unify all CenterSpace libraries into one. CenterSpace now offers one unified, powerful, math library: NMath 7.0. This version requi...
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NMath is Adding .NET Core Support and has Dropped Support of OSX and Linux86

Changes to Supported Operating Systems With the release of NMath 6.2.0.41, on March 10, 2018, NMath no longer supports OSX or the Linux x86 operating systems. We are dropping the support of these operating systems due to a decline of demand by our customers. Please contact us with any concerns regarding this change. This release is currently available on NuGet. Going forward NMath and NMa...
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NMath Charts in WPF

The NMathChart adapter class makes it easy to generate visualizations of NMath data in as little as one line of code.  The Chart class that is created is a Windows Forms control, but this control can be included in a Windows Presentation Foundation application by using the WindowsFormsHost element. To do so: Add references to these namespaces: System.Windows.Forms Sys...
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Building ASP.NET web applications with NMath

NMath can be used to create ASP.NET web applications, just like any other .NET application. However, there are a few additional considerations for building and deploying ASP.NET applications. Referencing NMath To use NMath types in your application, add a reference to NMath.dll, just as you would with other types of .NET applications. If you are using web projects in Visual Studio, you can simpl...
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Large matrices and vectors

Customers frequently ask us the size of the largest matrix they can instantiate. With recent developments at Microsoft the maximum object size now significantly depends on your OS (x86 or x64) and the version of .NET your application is referencing. With .NET 4.5 huge matrices can be created that far exceed the current 2GByte limit. Pre .NET 4.5 Until 2012 all Microsoft 32-bit .NET process...
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