sparse-lin-alg: Effective linear algebra on sparse matrices

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Sparse matrices and vectors are represented using IntMaps, which store non-zero values. This library provides some useful functions for computations on them. Also some linear algebra algorithms are included. At the moment, they work only on integer domain.

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Versions [RSS] 0.2, 0.2.1, 0.3, 0.4, 0.4.2, 0.4.3
Dependencies base (>3 && <5), containers (>= [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Author Alexey Alekhin
Category Math
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Source repo head: git clone git:// -b master
Uploaded by AlexeyAlekhin at 2013-03-23T15:52:15Z
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Readme for sparse-lin-alg-0.4.3

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This is a Haskell library providing effective representation for sparse matrices and some linear algebra on them.


  1. Dowload it:

    $ git clone git://
  2. Install

    $ cd sparse-lin-alg
    $ cabal install

That's it!

There are some QuickCheck tests, but at the moment they don't cover whole library.


If you run cabal haddock in the directory, where you downloaded library, you'll get documentation and will be able to view it from the root at dist/doc/html/sparse-lin-alg/index.html.

You can also view it online at Hackage package page, but it may be not up to date.