Full support for Java developers

The code is completely commented according to the Javadoc standard.

Complete user guide

The most important features are also documented in a 100 pag. user guide that is freely available.

 

Javadoc API documentation

The complete Javadoc documentation is available here.

User guide

A 100 pag. user guide is freely available here:

MD5 checksum: 7810e12d4e6011f4ea10e0c2636909f4

 

The zip archive comprises the guide in pdf format and a comprehensive set of modeling examples. In order to enchance the modeling experience, all the examples are provided in five different versions:

  1. pure Java classes;
  2. MATLAB scripts/functions;
  3. GNU Octave scripts/functions;
  4. Mathematica modules;
  5. R scripts/functions.

Related projects

In order to implement all the facilities provided by the library, a big part of the code is based on a set of functions that are distributed by other open-source projects. Such projects are:

The Apache Commons Mathematics Library

A library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common problems not available in the Java programming language.

The JFreeChart project

A Java chart library to display professional quality charts.

The Jep project

A Java package for parsing and evaluating mathematical expressions. This library has been a little modified in order to support delays, as it is explained in the user guide.

The sources of the modified version of the library can be downloaded here.

 
 

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