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M++, An Array Language Extension to C++.

Author: Ronald Schoenberg; DYAD SOFTWARE CORP RENTON WA.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center JAN 1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Two major developments in statistical computing in the eighties were array languages and object oriented programming. These developments have been realized only fragmentally until now. M++ is a collection of C++ classes, methods, and functions for array manipulation, linear algebra, eigensystem analysis, matrix factorization, and general numeric and statistical computation. M++ extends C++, creating a powerful,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Schoenberg; DYAD SOFTWARE CORP RENTON WA.
OCLC Number: 228023864
Notes: This article is from 'Computing Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the Symposium on Interface Critical Applications of Scientific Computing (23rd): Biology, Engineering, Medicine, Speech Held in Seattle, Washington on 21-24 April 1991,' AD-A252 938, p501-504.
Description: 4 p.

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Two major developments in statistical computing in the eighties were array languages and object oriented programming. These developments have been realized only fragmentally until now. M++ is a collection of C++ classes, methods, and functions for array manipulation, linear algebra, eigensystem analysis, matrix factorization, and general numeric and statistical computation. M++ extends C++, creating a powerful, object-oriented array language with direct access to all of the features of C and C++.

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