bed-and-breakfast: Efficient Matrix and Vector operations in 100% Haskell.

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Efficient Matrix and Vector operations in 100% Haskell.

This library uses boxed and unboxed arrays in the ST monad, in order to achieve efficiency.


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Versions 0.1, 0.1.1, 0.1.2, 0.1.3, 0.1.4, 0.2, 0.2.1, 0.2.2, 0.2.3, 0.3, 0.3.1, 0.3.2, 0.4, 0.4.1, 0.4.2, 0.4.3, 0.5
Change log CHANGES.md
Dependencies array (>=0.4), base (>=4.5 && <5), binary (>=0.5), cpphs (>=1.18), deepseq (>=1.3), template-haskell (>=2.7) [details]
License MIT
Author Julian Fleischer <julian.fleischer@fu-berlin.de>
Maintainer Julian Fleischer <julian.fleischer@fu-berlin.de>
Category Numeric, Math, Linear Algebra
Home page https://hackage.haskell.org/package/bed-and-breakfast
Source repo head: git clone https://github.com/scravy/bed-and-breakfast.git
Uploaded by JulianFleischer at Mon Oct 22 10:57:20 UTC 2018
Distributions NixOS:0.5
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Matrix operations in 100% pure awesome Haskell.

Bed and Breakfast is a linear algebra library written in Haskell. It provides fast matrix operations like finding the determinant or the inverse of a matrix.

Example (GHCi Session)

*Numeric.Matrix> let m = fromList [[0,3,2],[5,6,10],[4,3,2.0]] :: Matrix Double
*Numeric.Matrix> inv m
Just  -0.2499999999999999  0.0  0.25
0.4166666666666667  -0.11111111111111112  0.1388888888888889
-0.12500000000000006  0.16666666666666669  -0.20833333333333334

*Numeric.Matrix> let m = fromList [[0,3,2],[5,6,10],[4,3,2.0]] :: Matrix Rational
*Numeric.Matrix> inv m
Just  (-1) % 4  0 % 1  1 % 4
5 % 12  (-1) % 9  5 % 36
(-1) % 8  1 % 6  (-5) % 24

Example (with Template Haskell Syntactic Sugar)

{-# LANGUAGE Haskell2010, TemplateHaskell, QuasiQuotes #-}

import Numeric.Matrix
import Numeric.Matrix.Sugar

m :: Matrix Double
m = [dMatrix| 20   30 40
              40.5 71 23
              20   20 27 |]

mInv = maybe (error "not invertible") id $ inv m