A Computational Environment for Interval Matrices in C++. Michael Nooner and Chenyi Hu. Computer Science Department, University of Central Arkansas. Introduction. Motivations What is IntBLAS Why use IntBLAS The package. Motivations. Profil, IntLAB, IntLib Easy to use Cross platform.
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A Computational Environment for Interval Matrices in C++
Michael Nooner and Chenyi Hu
Computer Science Department, University of Central Arkansas
using namespace intblas;
Interval a( .1 );
IntervalMatrix m( 2, 2 ), result;
m = 2.3; m = 3.3;
m = 5.5; m = a;
result = m + a;
double norm( NORMTYPE n );
friend double norm( IntervalMatrix& a, NORMTYPE n );
setError( int code, const char* msg = NULL )