Search results for "module:Math::Complex"
Math::Complex  complex numbers and associated mathematical functions
This package lets you create and manipulate complex numbers. By default, *Perl* limits itself to real numbers, but an extra "use" statement brings full complex support, along with a full set of mathematical functions typically associated with and/or ...
ZEFRAM/MathComplex1.59  01 Feb 2012 23:39:04 UTC
Math::GSL::Complex  Complex Numbers
Here is a list of all the functions included in this module : "gsl_complex_arg($z)" Return the argument of the complex number $z "gsl_complex_abs($z)" Return $z, the magnitude of the complex number $z "gsl_complex_rect($x,$y)" Create a complex numb...
HAKONH/MathGSL0.44  01 Dec 2023 19:49:12 UTC
Math::Cephes::Complex  Perl interface to the cephes complex number routines
This module is a layer on top of the basic routines in the cephes math library to handle complex numbers. A complex number is created via any of the following syntaxes: my $f = Math::Cephes::Complex>new(3, 2); # $f = 3 + 2 i my $g = new Math::Cephes...
SHLOMIF/MathCephes0.5305  06 May 2016 15:18:54 UTC
Math::SymbolicX::Complex  Complex number support for the Math::Symbolic parser
This module adds complex number support to Math::Symbolic. It does so by extending the parser of the Math::Symbolic module (that is, the one stored in $Math::Symbolic::Parser) with certain special functions that create complex constants. (Math::Symbo...
SMUELLER/MathSymbolicXComplex1.01  14 May 2013 17:00:13 UTC
Sah::Schema::math::complex  Complex number
A Math::Complex object, coercible from string in the form of "<a> + <b>i"....
PERLANCAR/SahSchemasMath0.003  07 Jan 2022 00:06:24 UTC
Sah::SchemaR::math::complex  Complex number
This module is automatically generated by Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Sah::Schemas during distribution build. A Sah::SchemaR::* module is useful if a client wants to quickly lookup the base type of a schema without having to do any extra resolving. With Sah...
PERLANCAR/SahSchemasMath0.003  07 Jan 2022 00:06:24 UTC
LaTeX::TikZ::Point::Math::Complex  Coerce Math::Complex points into LaTeX::TikZ::Point objects.
VPIT/LaTeXTikZ0.03

23 Apr 2015 01:58:07 UTC
Math::Trig  trigonometric functions
"Math::Trig" defines many trigonometric functions not defined by the core Perl which defines only the "sin()" and "cos()". The constant pi is also defined as are a few convenience functions for angle conversions, and *great circle formulas* for spher...
ZEFRAM/MathComplex1.59  01 Feb 2012 23:39:04 UTC
Math::Complex_C  perl interface to C's double precision complex operations.
use warnings; use strict; use Math::Complex_C qw(:all); # For brevity, use MCD which is an alias for Math::Complex_C::new my $c = MCD(12.5, 1125); # assign as NV my $root = MCD(); sqrt_c($root, $c); print "Square root of $c is $root\n"; See also the ...
SISYPHUS/MathComplex_C0.16  06 Jul 2022 12:31:40 UTC
Math::Complex_C::Q  perl interface to C's __complex128 (quadmath) operations.
use warnings; use strict; use Math::Complex_C::Q qw(:all); # For brevity, use MCQ which is an alias for Math::Complex_C::Q::new my $c = MCQ(12.5, 1125); # assign as NV my $root = MCQ(); sqrt_cq($root, $c); print "Square root of $c is $root\n"; See al...
SISYPHUS/MathComplex_CQ0.07  05 Feb 2022 05:23:30 UTC
Math::Complex_C::L  perl interface to C's long double complex operations.
use warnings; use strict; use Math::Complex_C::L qw(:all); # For brevity, use MCL which is an alias for Math::Complex_C::L::new my $c = MCL(12.5, 1125); # assign as NV my $root = MCL(); sqrt_cl($root, $c); print "Square root of $c is $root\n"; See al...
SISYPHUS/MathComplex_CL0.08  07 Feb 2022 05:10:30 UTC
Math::GSL::MatrixComplex  Complex Matrices
"gsl_matrix_complex_alloc " "gsl_matrix_complex_calloc " "gsl_matrix_complex_alloc_from_block " "gsl_matrix_complex_alloc_from_matrix " "gsl_vector_complex_alloc_row_from_matrix " "gsl_vector_complex_alloc_col_from_matrix " "gsl_matrix_complex_free "...
HAKONH/MathGSL0.44  01 Dec 2023 19:49:12 UTC
Inline::Octave  Inline octave code into your perl
Inline::Octave gives you the power of the octave programming language from within your Perl programs. Basically, I create an octave process with controlled stdin and stdout. Commands send by stdin. Data is send by stdin and read with fread(stdin, [di...
AADLER/InlineOctave0.31  13 Feb 2011 20:32:59 UTC
Math::PlanePath::ComplexPlus  points in complex base i+r
This path traverses points by a complex number base i+r for integer r>=1. The default is base i+1 30 31 14 15 5 28 29 12 13 4 26 27 22 23 10 11 6 7 3 24 25 20 21 8 9 4 5 2 62 63 46 47 18 19 2 3 1 60 61 44 45 16 17 0 1 < Y=0 58 59 54 55 42 43 38 39 ...
KRYDE/MathPlanePath129  19 Jan 2021 06:32:01 UTC
Math::PlanePath::ComplexMinus  i1 and other complex number bases ir
This path traverses points by a complex number base ir for given integer r. The default is base i1 as per Solomon I. Khmelnik "Specialized Digital Computer for Operations with Complex Numbers" (in Russian), Questions of Radio Electronics, volume 12...
KRYDE/MathPlanePath129  19 Jan 2021 06:32:01 UTC
Math::GSL::Poly  Solve and evaluate polynomials
Here is a list of all the functions included in this module : * gsl_poly_eval(@values, $length, $x) This function evaluates a polynomial with real coefficients for the real variable $x. $length is the number of elements inside @values. The function r...
HAKONH/MathGSL0.44  01 Dec 2023 19:49:12 UTC
Math::PlanePath::ComplexRevolving  points in revolving complex base i+1
This path traverses points by a complex number base i+1 with turn factor i (+90 degrees) at each 1 bit. This is the "revolving binary representation" of Knuth's Seminumerical Algorithms section 4.1 exercise 28....
KRYDE/MathPlanePath129  19 Jan 2021 06:32:01 UTC
Math::GSL::Matrix  Mathematical functions concerning Matrices
This module is part of the Math::GSL distribution. It defines a Perl insterface to GNU Scientific Library matrices. There are two different (but not exclusive) ways to use this module: using the OO API, built manually over the GSL functions, or using...
HAKONH/MathGSL0.44  01 Dec 2023 19:49:12 UTC