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Symbolic Math Toolbox also includes the MuPAD language, which is optimized for handling and operating on symbolic math expressions. It provides libraries of MuPAD functions in common mathematical areas, such as calculus and linear algebra, as well as specialized areas, such as number theory and combinatorics. You can extend the built-in functionality by writing custom symbolic functions and libraries in the MuPAD language. All functions can be accessed from the MATLAB command line or from the MuPAD notebook interface, where you can manage and document your symbolic computations.

DescriptionAdds symbolic calculation features to GNU Octave. These include common Computer Algebra System tools such as algebraic operations, calculus, equation solving, Fourier and Laplace transforms, variable precision arithmetic and other features. Compatibility with other symbolic toolboxes is intended.

MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and proprietary programming language developed by MathWorks. MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in other languages. Although MATLAB is intended primarily for numerical computing, an optional toolbox uses the MuPAD symbolic engine allowing access to symbolic computing abilities. An additional package, Simulink, adds graphical multi-domain simulation and model-based design for dynamic and embedded systems.

Welcome to the official site for Geometric Tools, a collection of source code for computing in the fields of mathematics, geometry, graphics, image analysis and physics. The engine is written in C++ 14 and, as such, has portable access to standard constructs for multithreading programming on cores. The engine also supports high-performance computing using general purpose GPU programming (GPGPU). Portions of the code are described in various books as well as in documents available at this site. The source code is freely downloadable, covered by the Boost License. The schedule for releases and related information is listed below.

Geometric Tools Library. The motivation for Geometric Tools was my graduate studies in medical image processing; it was then named MAGIC Software (My Alternate Graphics and Image Code). When I entered the 3D video game industry, I spent less time on image code and more time on graphics, physics and mathematics code. Much of the code was a result of helping people who posted problems to the Usenet forum comp.graphics.algorithms. Technical support questions over recent years have made it clear to me that the mathematics and geometry code is what people use the most, so I will focus on those topics now. The Geometric Tools Library (GTL) will be a reworking of the mathematics and geometry code in GTE followed by adding new code as time permits. I am attempting to streamline the code, to provide consistent naming and interfaces, and to extend the capabilities. Some of the GTE geometry code already contains multithreading, especially useful when the numeric type involves rational arithmetic and arbitrary-precision arithmetic, and I plan to include multithreading in more algorithms. Separate code will be available for GPGPU-based implementations using HLSL, GLSL and CUDA and for SIMD-based implementations using Intel's SSE or AVX. I will be adding a framework for a mixture of rational and symbolic computing, which is described in my book Robust and Error-Free Geometric Computing. The mathematics and geometry code base has associated documentation and a unit-test suite. Code for graphics and applications exists only for samples that illustrate the GTL algorithms. These will be contained in separate libraries that are provided as-is without unit-test support. The GTL source code will be freely downloadable and subject to the Boost License. I do not have a reliable estimated date for posting GTL. When I do, I will announce it here. The GTL code will be available at GitHub. 2b1af7f3a8