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Math library IT++ with C++ builder

Math library IT++ with C++ builder

Math library IT++ with C++ builder

(OP)
Hi !

IT++ is a library for C++ that has many math functions to turn C++ programming like Matlab. It has algorithms for Fourier transforms, inverse matrices, vectors, calculation of bit error rates for communications...

I have tested it with gcc under cygwin and ubuntu, and with Microsoft Visual C++. But I really want to use it with Borland C++ Builder.

IT++ is free and open. It's installing instructions teaches how to installs is with M. Visual C++.

Does any one knows how to install it with Borland C++ Builder ?

RE: Math library IT++ with C++ builder

I've never used IT++, I've used Boost for similar functions though.
 

James P. Cottingham
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RE: Math library IT++ with C++ builder

2ffat:

Quote:

I've used Boost for similar functions though

Elaborate, Please!

The newer versions of Builder ship with the Boost libraries, correct?  I would really like to incorporate advanced math, including matrix manipulation in some of my programs.

Steve.

RE: Math library IT++ with C++ builder

(OP)
I working in a microwave simulator and I specifically needs to work with Fourier transforms (one dimensional, bidimensional, multidimensional, etc.) and to solve non linear differential equations.

Does any one have already used this kind of math in your program ?

RE: Math library IT++ with C++ builder

Quote:

The newer versions of Builder ship with the Boost libraries, correct?
Correct, although I've not used the version that comes with Builder 2010, yet. For a listing of the standard math libraries in Boost, look at this listing. For example,this is their Multi-Array Library.

You can also do a search of their blogs/mailings for such items as Fourier transforms.
 

James P. Cottingham
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RE: Math library IT++ with C++ builder

(OP)
thanks !

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