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Circular Values Math and Statistics with C++11

, 27 Apr 2013 CPOL
A C++11 infrastructure for circular values (angles, time-of-day, etc.) mathematics and statistics

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8 - publicly available Yes 27-Apr-13 15:28 Available Lior Kogan
The article has been approved
7 No 27-Apr-13 14:33 Pending Lior Kogan
Modulo function updated, Median updated
6 No 13-Dec-12 9:32 Available Smitha Vijayan
Updates in content.
5 No 13-Dec-12 8:21 Pending Lior Kogan
Fix - Source code was not updated
3 No 13-Dec-12 5:02 Pending Lior Kogan
Editorial changes, range-based for loops are now according to the C++11 standard (requires VS 2012)
2 No 6-May-11 11:39 Available Sean Ewington
1 No 5-May-11 13:59 Composing Sean Ewington

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About the Author

Lior Kogan
Software Developer
Israel Israel
I am a software engineer with strong algorithmic skills and in-depth experience in C++ and R. I've been developing software for both startups and big companies as a coder, researcher, team leader, development manager, project manager, chief architect and CTO. I live in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

I consider software development a craft that mixes engineering, science and art, and as an utmost form of self expression.

Comparing software languages to musical instruments, C is the harpsichord, C++ is the piano, and C# and java are electronic synthesizers. I would choose the piano!

Enjoying a grand piano (C++11), I'm playing Classical music (that's mathematics and algorithms). Sometimes Jazz. When needed, I'll play Big band, or even Acid. I'll leave Rave for others.

I can be reached at koganlior1@gmail.com
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