Java Matrix Library: JAMA. A Java Matrix Package. JAMA is a basic linear algebra package for Java. It provides user-level classes for constructing and manipulating real, dense matrices. It is meant to provide sufficient functionality for routine problems, packaged in a way that is natural and understandable to non-experts. It is intended to serve as the standard matrix class for Java, and will be proposed as such to the Java Grande Forum and then to Sun. A straightforward public-domain reference implementation has been developed by the MathWorks and NIST as a strawman for such a class. We are releasing this version in order to obtain public comment. There is no guarantee that future versions of JAMA will be compatible with this one.

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  1. C. Inostroza, I. Kondrashuk, N. Merino, F. Nadal: A Java library to perform S-expansions of Lie algebras (2017) arXiv
  2. Juan F. Pérez; Daniel F. Silva; Julio C. Góez; Andrés Sarmiento; Andrés Sarmiento-Romero; Raha Akhavan-Tabatabaei; Germán Riaño: Algorithm 972: jMarkov: An Integrated Framework for Markov Chain Modeling (2017) not zbMATH
  3. Yanshan Wang, Hongfang Liu: MatLM: a Matrix Formulation for Probabilistic Language Models (2016) arXiv
  4. Kovács, Zoltán; Parisse, Bernard: Giac and GeoGebra -- improved Gröbner basis computations (2015)
  5. Peretti Pezzi, Guilherme; Vaissié, Evelyne; Viala, Yann; Caromel, Denis; Gourbesville, Philippe: Parallel profiling of water distribution networks using the Clément formula (2015)
  6. 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
  7. Jevremović, Dimitrije; Trinh, Cong T.; Srienc, Friedrich; Sosa, Carlos P.; Boley, Daniel: Parallelization of nullspace algorithm for the computation of metabolic pathways (2011)
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  10. Blanc, Régis; Henzinger, Thomas A.; Hottelier, Thibaud; Kovács, Laura: ABC: algebraic bound computation for loops (2010)
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  17. Seymour, Keith; Dongarra, Jack: Automatic translation of Fortran to JVM bytecode (2003)
  18. Bátfai, Norbert; Erdei, Szabolcs; Ispány, Márton: Developing a numerical library Maja in Java (2001)