Math.NET Numerics aims to provide methods and algorithms for numerical computations in science, engineering and every day use. Covered topics include special functions, linear algebra, probability models, random numbers, interpolation, integration, regression, optimization problems and more.
Math.NET Numerics is part of the Math.NET project and is the result of merging dnAnalytics with Math.NET Iridium, replacing both. It targets Microsoft .Net 4, .Net 3.5 and Mono (Windows, Linux and Mac), Silverlight 5, WindowsPhone 8, Windows 8/Store (PCL 47, 136) and Android/iOS (Xamarin). In addition to a purely managed implementation it also supports native hardware optimization. Available for free under the MIT/X11 License.
To reference Math.NET Numerics in your project, run the following command in the Package Manager Console
PM> Install-Package MathNet.Numerics
If you're lucky enough to work with F# you may want to install
For both of the packages there is also a sample source code package available with the
If you have Github for Windows installed you can click here to fetch the sources, otherwise clone it in the shell with:
$ git clone git://github.com/mathnet/mathnet-numerics.git
We use the Fork & Pull model, as common for Github projects. Instead of asking for permission, simply fork the project on Github, commit your changes in a separate branch and send a pull request to one of the maintainers. A maintainer will then merge your changes back to mainline, or work together with you on the changes if they are not acceptable yet. Only maintainers can write to mainline, but anyone can contribute - don't ask, do!
Of course other contributions are very welcome as well, being it some publicity, more interesting code samples, code reviews, extending the documentation or even just some ideas. We're also looking for maintainers.