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Posted 16 Jun 2012

Matrix Operations in Java

, 21 Mar 2013
A set of static methods in Java that are critical in all mathematical calculations that involve matrices

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12 - publicly available No 13-Mar-17 0:20 Available Deeksha Shenoy
Updates in content. Changes: 213
11 No 21-Mar-13 11:48 Available Smitha Nishant
Updates in content. 2 changes had been made.
9 No 16-Mar-13 23:08 Pending Ata Amini
Updates in content. 62 changes had been made.
8 No 26-Dec-12 9:01 Available Smitha Nishant
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7 No 26-Dec-12 5:26 Pending Ata Amini
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6 No 26-Dec-12 4:16 Pending Ata Amini
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5 No 11-Dec-12 6:45 Available Smitha Nishant
Updates in content. 44 changes had been made.
4 No 16-Jun-12 12:04 Pending Ata Amini
Updates in content. 25 changes had been made.
3 No 16-Jun-12 12:02 Pending Ata Amini
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2 No 16-Jun-12 12:00 Composing Ata Amini
Updates in content. 2 changes had been made.
1 No 16-Jun-12 11:57 Composing Ata Amini
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I have a PhD in computational chemistry from Newcastle University. I worked for Imperial College London as research scientist for 6.5 years followed by 7 years in banking in the City of London as senior software developer. Currently I do mathematical modelling and software development for a private company and spend some time in research and development in the University of Newcastle.

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