Browsing through code that uses ojAlgo it's quite common to see it being used inefficiently or at least not the intended way. Here's an example code line, seen in the…

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Almost everything in ojAlgo makes use of or interacts with some array based data structure. To always code directly against raw arrays like double[], float[] or Number[] would be awkward.…

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ojAlgo's MatrixStore interface largely defines what you can do with matrices. There are many implementations of that interface provided. They store the elements differently and exploit structure to perform operations…

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v48.3.0 had a pure Neural Network focus: Support for floatPossibility to "get" all individual parameters of the networkNew file format to save trained networks to diskImproved separation between building, training and…

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With version 19.3 (released 2019-11-19) GraalVM supports Java 11. This benchmark compares the Community Edition (CE) with the Enterprise Edition (EE) and compares them both to a the usual HotSpot…

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This version primarily brings changes to the ojAlgo type system. ojAlgo is all about numbers and contains a lot of generic classes and interfaces to deal with various types of…

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Eclipse OpenJ9 version 0.17.0 was released 2019-10-18. It is available with AdoptOpenJDK that comes in 2 versions – HotSpot and OpenJ9. Here we benchmark those 2 versions doing some linear…

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Controlling Concurrency ojAlgo is multithreaded – some operations are automatically divided to run in multiple threads. You don't have to do anything for this to happen. ojAlgo senses what hardware…

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Generalised Eigenvalue Problems ojAlgo now has built-in direct support for (some) generalised eigenvalue problems where both A and B are symmetric/hermitian and B is positive definite. Each of these problems can be reduced to a standard…

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