Symia is a minimalist C++ library for performing symbolic calculus. It is meant to be used by developers, as there is no graphical or textual user interface.
|Tags||Math symbolic Library|
|Operating Systems||Windows Unix Linux|
|Implementation||C++ Flex Bison|
Release Notes: This release fixes several important bugs. Most importantly, several memory leaks were fixed.
Release Notes: More functions were added: cosh, sinh, tanh, acos, asin, atan, acosh, asinh, atanh, erf, and log10. There's now a method to get the list of all known functions.
Release Notes: This release was tested and fixed so that it compiles and all tests pass with Visual C++ 9/2008 (Express Edition) and icc (the Intel c/c++ compiler) 11.1 20090827 (and, of course, gcc-4.4 and mingw32, as 0.1).
Release Notes: This initial release features expressions and derivatives.