The Template Numerical Toolkit (TNT) is a collection of interfaces and reference implementations of numerical objects useful for scientific computing in C++. The toolkit defines interfaces for basic data structures, such as multidimensional arrays and sparse matrices, commonly used in numerical applications. The goal of this package is to provide reusable software components that address many of the portability and maintenance problems with C++ code. (Source:

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  1. Fujiwara, Hiroshi: Design and implementation of multiple-precision arithmetic environment in MATLAB for reliable numerical computations (2019)
  2. Kulik, Dmitrii A.; Wagner, Thomas; Dmytrieva, Svitlana V.; Kosakowski, Georg; Hingerl, Ferdinand F.; Chudnenko, Konstantin V.; Berner, Urs R.: GEM-selektor geochemical modeling package: revised algorithm and GEMS3K numerical kernel for coupled simulation codes (2013)
  3. Taboada, Guillermo L.; Ramos, Sabela; Expósito, Roberto R.; Touriño, Juan; Doallo, Ramón: Java in the high performance computing arena: research, practice and experience (2013) ioport
  4. Gagelman, Jerry; Yserentant, Harry: A spectral method for Schrödinger equations with smooth confinement potentials (2012)
  5. Jevremović, Dimitrije; Trinh, Cong T.; Srienc, Friedrich; Sosa, Carlos P.; Boley, Daniel: Parallelization of nullspace algorithm for the computation of metabolic pathways (2011)
  6. Baitsch, M.; Li, N.; Hartmann, D.: A toolkit for efficient numerical applications in Java (2010)
  7. Bangalore, Sai Santosh; Wang, Jelai; Allison, David B.: How accurate are the extremely small (P)-values used in genomic research: an evaluation of numerical libraries (2009)
  8. Brčić, Stanko; Žugić-Zornija, Ljiljana: Simple and effective C++ matrix-vector library for nonprofessionals in computer science (2009)
  9. Padula, Anthony D.; Scott, Shannon D.; Symes, William W.: A software framework for abstract expression of coordinate-free linear algebra and optimization algorithms (2009)
  10. Brewer, Daniel; Barenco, Martino; Callard, Robin; Hubank, Michael; Stark, Jaroslav: Fitting ordinary differential equations to short time course data (2008)
  11. Zotos, Kostas: Improving numerical software (2007)
  12. McInnes, Lois Curfman; Allan, Benjamin A.; Armstrong, Robert; Benson, Steven J.; Bernholdt, David E.; Dahlgren, Tamara L.; Diachin, Lori Freitag; Krishnan, Manojkumar; Kohl, James A.; Larson, J. Walter; Lefantzi, Sophia; Nieplocha, Jarek; Norris, Boyana; Parker, Steven G.; Ray, Jaideep; Zhou, Shujia: Parallel PDE-based simulations using the common component architecture (2006)
  13. Bartlett, Roscoe A.; van Bloemen Waanders, Bart G.; Heroux, Michael A.: Vector reduction/transformation operators (2004)
  14. Todorov, V.: Java and computing for robust statistics (2003)
  15. Moreira, José E.; Midkiff, Samuel P.; Gupta, Manish; Wu, Peng; Almasi, George; Artigas, Pedro: NINJA: Java for high performance numerical computing (2002)
  16. Press, William H.; Teukolsky, Saul A.; Vetterling, William T.; Flannery, Brian P.: Numerical recipes in C/C++. The art of scientific computing. Code CD-ROM v 2. 11 with Windows or Macintosh single-screen license. (2002)
  17. Bátfai, Norbert; Erdei, Szabolcs; Ispány, Márton: Developing a numerical library Maja in Java (2001)
  18. Matsuoka, S.; Itou, S.: Towards performance evaluation of high-performance computing on multiple Java platforms (2001)
  19. Boisvert, Ronald F.: Mathematical software: Past, present, and future (2000)
  20. Houstis, Elias N. (ed.); Rice, John R. (ed.); Gallopoulos, Efstratios (ed.); Bramley, Randall (ed.): Enabling technologies for computational science. Frameworks, middleware and environments (2000)

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