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Math Toolkit 3.3.0

Nikhar Agrawal

Anton Bikineev

Matthew Borland

Paul A. Bristow

Hubert Holin

Marco Guazzone

Christopher Kormanyos

Bruno Lalande

John Maddock

Evan Miller

Jeremy W. Murphy

Matthew Pulver

Johan Råde

Benjamin Sobotta

Gautam Sewani

Nicholas Thompson

Thijs van den Berg

Daryle Walker

Xiaogang Zhang

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Table of Contents

1. Overview
2. Floating Point Utilities
3. Specified-width floating-point typedefs
4. Mathematical Constants
5. Statistical Distributions and Functions
6. Statistics
7. Vector Functionals - Norms
8. Special Functions
9. TR1 and C99 external "C" Functions
10. Root Finding & Minimization Algorithms
11. Polynomials and Rational Functions
12. Interpolation
13. Quadrature and Differentiation
14. Filters
15. Complex Number Functions
16. Quaternions
17. Octonions
18. Integer Utilities (Greatest Common Divisor and Least Common Multiple)
19. Internal Details: Series, Rationals and Continued Fractions, Testing, and Development Tools
20. Use with User-Defined Floating-Point Types - Boost.Multiprecision and others
21. Policies: Controlling Precision, Error Handling etc
22. Performance
23. Backgrounders
24. Library Status
25. Indexes

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