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JMathLib
A Java Clone of Octave, SciLab, Freemat and Matlab.

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JMathLib is developed by

I first started working on a maths program when I was at university and wanted a program like Mathematica and Maple on the Amiga. It was written in Amiga E, but didn't get very far. I tried again a few years later writing the program in C++ but the project again stalled due to some bad design decisions. After finding out about SourceForge I decided to try again, this time in Java.

Mark Sparshatt
(2004/03/03)

In mid of 2001 I was looking for a computational engine which has an easy scripting language and which should be very flexible. Also I did have no other projects to spend my leisure time on, the last project was finished and at work was no access to a flexible simulation tool like Matlab. A search in the open source world on the internet came up with a couple of hits like octave, scilab, rlab and some more. Some were already very advanced, but they are all written in C or C++ and I was looking for something in my favourite programming language, which is java. So finally I found JMathLib, which is hosted a sourceforge.net. The project had just started some months ago and only had one developer so far. This is when I met Mark Sparshatt and very soon I became an active member of the developing team. Which had the magical size of two individuals at that time.
Some of my other projects can be found here.

Stefan Müller
(2003/12/08)

When I began studying computer sciences in September 1998 I thought I would learn a lot of everything. But the complexity of everything put my feet down to earth, so I had to choice what I would not focus and what I would (try to) "masterize". One day I thought about all the knowledge I learnt since I was in the university, and I was very disappointed about it. The result was that I was far behind the "cutting-edge" computer technology. Nothing more than simple-old computer standards-facts that can be found on dusty books. I mean things like operator's (AND, OR....) truth-table and/or bubble sort algorithm!!! Trashing over the net I found sourceforge.net and this project, wich I considered the most complete (maths, lex-scan, parsing, gui design, in-depth java...) so I finally decided to join it.

Alejandro Torras
(2004/03/05)


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