Inside Kalculator you can write complete math expression which is then evaluated. You can also see the history for expressions already entered.
Variables are also supported, so you can type "a = 0x0fc12 23" and then "b = a pi" for example. pi and e are the only vars built in.Around 20 functions are supported.
Math expression parser and evaluator written in Scala. Usable from Java (Sun JRE 1.6) Provides float, integral, boolean and vector data types, some string processing support. Variables may be defined internally or im- and exported through a binding.
Math expression evaluation library
Currently, this project consists of a pure java math expression parser optimized for repeated evaluation. Development of an interactive 3D math visualization application based on this parser is planned for the future.
WP-Math-2 can help you insert math formula into WordPress posts or comments. You can use $$...$$(block, only one math expression per line) and $...$(inline, around the text) to insert math. This plugin will render them to HTML or MathML code...
Java Computer Algebra System. Features: math expression parser and evaluating API (jsr223), generic nested lists (i.e trees) API, pattern matching. Moved to http://code.google.com/p/symja/
Parser Component parses and evaluates mathematical expressions given as strings at runtime. The expression can contain predefined or user defined variables and functions. When evaluation is requested, the parser compiles the expression into a...
First of all you should gather the information from your solar panel datasheet/manual: 1)Short Circuit Current 2)Maximum Power Point Current @ STC 3)Open Circuit Voltage 4)Maximum Power Point Voltage @ STC 5)Thermal...
ForevalZ - compiler of mathematical expressions(formulas)(directly in FPU x86) with complex numbers given as string at 'run-time'. (dll library and delphi component)(math parser, math expression parser, evaluate formula, evaluator, calculate)
Foreval is compiler of mathematical expressions (formulas) (directly to FPU x86) given as string at run-time. (dll library and delphi component) For fast and exact scientific calculations.(math parser,math expression parser,evaluate formula,...
A wrap of lsqnonlin to calculate Jacobian using symbolic math toolbox. This is one of applications of symbolic math toolbox for optimization. Due to limitations of the symbolic math toolbox, the objective function must be supported by the symbolic...
A wrap of fmincon to calculate gradients using symbolic math toolbox. This is one of applications of symbolic math toolbox for optimization. Due to limitations of the symbolic math toolbox, objective and constraint functions have to be supported...
Math Solver II is a scientific calculator. Math Solver II includes a step-by-step solution for any mathematical expression, to make work/homework more fun and easy. Also includes a Simple Mode, for smaller size on desktop.Features:Scientific...
Mathematical Expression Parser (MEP). Calculates expressions entered at runtime as a string.ExtParser (in package) implements all functions from MATH moduleinternally operates on Delphi type EXTENDEDaccepts real type valuesaccepts operators: + - *...
Lagrange is a function that calculate equations of motion (Lagrange's equations) d/dt(dL/d(dq))- dL/dq=0. It Uses the Lagrangian that is a function that summarizes the dynamics of the system. Symbolic Math Toolbox is required.
Expression parser is a library of components, that evaluates Pascal like scripts at run time. It is not an interpretator, but is a quasi compiler, so it works fast. It has the following features:user defined functions and aliases;supports:...
Calculate the amount of money you waste on the unnecessary items you buy everyday.
The integer square root function, or isqrt, is equivalent to floor(sqrt(x)) for non-negative x. For small x, the most convenient way to calculate isqrt is by calling int(x**0.5) or int(math.sqrt(x)), but if x is a large enough integer, the sqrt...
These files introduce how Symbolic Math Toolboxd-OC?D? can be used to evaluate Nelson Siegel and Svensson models, which are 2 widely used techniques for modeling yield data. We demonstrate how you can define the models in the MuPAD notebook...
It is an Eigenface based Facial Expression recognition system. The idea of eigenface was first proposed by Turk and Pentland. Implementation details can be found in http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/%7Emturk/Papers/mturk-CVPR91.pdf |