About ALGLIB

ALGLIB is a cross-platform numerical analysis and data processing library. It supports several programming languages (C++, C#, Delphi) and several operating systems (Windows and POSIX, including Linux). ALGLIB features include:

ALGLIB Project offers you several editions of ALGLIB:

ALGLIB Free Edition (download):
delivered for free under GPL or Personal/Academic license
offers full set of numerical functionality
extensive algorithmic optimizations
single-threaded, without extensive low-level optimizations
license agreement does not suit most commercial applications
ALGLIB Commercial Edition (more information):
flexible commercial license without royalties or distribution fees
extensive algorithmic optimizations
high performance C++ version (SMP, SIMD)
two C# versions - managed and HPC one (native code, SMP/SIMD)
commercial support and warranties

Why to choose ALGLIB? Because it is:

Announcements

ALGLIB NEWS (archive, RSS):

24.08.2017  ALGLIB 3.12.0 is released, now with Delphi support!

11.05.2017  ALGLIB 3.11.0 is released

19.08.2015  ALGLIB 3.10.0 is released

12.12.2014  ALGLIB 3.9.0 is released


Resources and links

bugs.alglib.net
Issues tracker
forum.alglib.net
ALGLIB forum

ALGLIB User Guide online

Dense and sparse linear solvers
Matrix operations and decompositions
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors

Interpolation and fitting

Optimization (nonlinear and quadratic)

FFT, convolution, correlation

Data analysis: classification, regression, other tasks
Statistics: general algorithms
Hypothesis testing

Other algorithms

Special functions
Numerical integration
Nonlinear and polynomial equations
Differential equations
Other articles

DOCUMENTATION LICENSE:
1. ALGLIB User Guide is licensed for personal use only. See ALGLIB Reference Manual for a free documentation under BSD-like license
2. You may read the Guide and make unlimited copies for personal use.
3. Any other kinds of using the Guide, specifically, sales or any other commercial use, distribution on any material media, through computer networks or any other ways, are prohibited.