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DIGITAL SKILLS... DIGITALLY YOURS | OptiVec for Linux GCC / CLang 8.0.1

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Program description (English)OptiVec contains more than 3500 hand-optimized, Assembler-written functions for all floating-point and integer data types from the following fields: 1. Vectorized form of arithmetic operators and math functions. 2. Matrix operations, e.g.: multiplication, inversion, LU decomposition, singular value decomposition, eigenvalues. 3. Fast Fourier Transform techniques for efficient convolutions, correlation analyses, spectral filtering, etc., both one- and two-dimensional. 4. Curve fitting for a wide range of model functions from simple linear regression to non-linear models with multiple data sets. 5. Statistics. 6. Analysis (derivatives, integrals, extrema, interpolation). 7. Complex number math, both in cartesian and polar format. The vectorized implementation in Assembler makes OptiVec functions typically 3-5 times faster than compiled source code of the same functionality. In many instances, the numerical accuracy is improved as well. The object-oriented interface for C++, "VecObj", offers simplified function calls and increased memory safety. This version is for Linux with GCC or CLang.
Program description (German)OptiVec ist eine Hochleistungs-Bibliothek von mehr als 3500 hand-optimierten, in Maschienensprache implementierten Funktionen für alle Fließkomma- und Ganzzahl-Datentypen aus den folgenden Bereichen: 1. Vektorisierte Form arithmetischer Operatoren und mathematischer Funktionen. 2. Matrix-Operationen, z.B.: Multiplikation, Inversion, LU-Faktorisierung, Singulärwert-Zerlegung (SVD), Cholesky, Eigenwerte. 3. Schnelle Fourier-Transformation sowohl ein- als auch zweidimensional; für effiziente Faltungen, Entfaltungen, Spektralfilterung usw. 4. Datenanpassung für einen weiten Bereich von Modellfunktionen von einfacher linearer Regression bis hin zu nicht-linearen Modellen mit Mehrfach-Datensätzen. 5. Statistik. 6. Vergleichsfunktionen als Bausteine für Zeitreihen-Analysen. 7. Analysis (Ableitungen, Integrale, Extrema, Interpolation). 8. Komplex-zahlige Mathematik, sowohl in cartesischen als auch in Polarkoordinaten. Durch die vektorisierte Implementierung in Assembler sind OptiVec-Funktionen typischerweise 3-5 mal schneller als compilierter Quellcode derselben Funktionalität. Vielfach ist auch die numerische Genauigkeit verbessert. Die vorliegende Version von OptiVec ist für 64-bit Linux mit GCC oder CLang.
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NameDIGITAL SKILLS... DIGITALLY YOURS | OptiVec for Linux GCC / CLang 8.0.1   OptiVec for Linux GCC / CLang
Version8.0.1
Release date2020-08-28
Size5.71 MB
System requirementGCC or CLang on Linux
TypeFreeware ($ 0)
Category / SubcategoryDevelopment / Components & Libraries
Available languagesEnglish  German  
ChangesThis is a new product - the Linux "brother" of the OptiVec libraries for various Windows compilers.
LimitationsNone
Application DownloadDIGITAL SKILLS... DIGITALLY YOURS | Go to http://www.optivec.com/download/ovlxc.tgz
Publisher's website         DIGITAL SKILLS... DIGITALLY YOURS | Go to http://www.optivec.com    
OS supportLinux, Linux Console, Linux Gnome, Linux GPL, Linux Open Source
AuthorMartin Sander
ContactMartin Sander
Site nameMartin Sander
Company nameOptiCode - Dr Martin Sander Software Dev
Permission DistributionThis product may freely be distributed through CD compilations or Shareware sites on the Internet in an unchanged form. We would appreciate to be notified by email about this.
E.U.L.A.This is the Freeware version of OptiVec for Linux (GCC / CLang) ("SOFTWARE"). It may be used under the following licence terms: 1. You may use the P8D libraries of the SOFTWARE freely and for as long as you wish. You can test the P9M libraries free of charge for a period of up to 90 days on one computer. 2. Applications, created with the Freeware libraries may be freely distributed to others. On the other hand, the P9M version of this SOFTWARE will run only on the same computer on which this SOFTWARE has been installed. Applications created with these libraries cannot and may not be distributed to others. After the end of the trial period, they will cease functioning. 3. If you want to continue using the P9M libraries of this SOFTWARE after testing, and/or if you wish to distribute programs containing functions of it, you have to purchase the registered version. 4. This SOFTWARE is provided on an "as is" basis. Any explicit or implicit warranties for the SOFTWARE are excluded. 5. Despite thorough testing of the SOFTWARE, errors and bugs cannot be excluded with certainty. No claims as to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are made. 6. You may not use the SOFTWARE in any environment or situation where personal injury or excessive damage to anyone's property (including your own) could arise from malfunctioning of the SOFTWARE. 7. You may not decompile, disassemble, or otherwise reverse engineer the SOFTWARE into a machine-readable form. You may, however, inspect the functions it contains by means of debuggers like those included in common compilers. Copyright for the SOFTWARE and its documentation: (C) 1996-2020 OptiCode - Dr. Martin Sander Software Dev. All rights reserved.