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[1] Video about interval analisys.


[2] PROFIL: (Programmer's Runtime Optimized Fast Interval Library) is a C++ class library supporting the most commonly needed interval and real operations in a user friendly way.


[3] C-XSC is a C++ library for eXtended Scientific Computing


[4] Gaol: NOT Just Another Interval Library Gaol is a C++ library for interval arithmetic. It is supposed to be a fast and easy to use/modify library for anyone interested in assessing interval arithmetic merits or using it on a regular basis.


[5] Interval Computations: Introduction and Technical issues , Software, Languages, and Benchmark Problems , The Interval Computations Community.


[6] filib++: Fast Intervla Library for C++


[7] Sun Studio 11: C++ Interval Arithmetic Programming Reference ,This manual documents the C++ interface to the C++ interval arithmetic library provided with the Sun Studio C++ compiler.


[8] C++ Interval Arithmetic Programming Reference (806-7998-10): This book documents the C++ interface to the C++ interval arithmetic library provided with the Sun WorkShop[tm] 6 update 2 C++ compiler (5.3). Numerous code examples show how to write interval code for C++.


[9] A proposal to add Interval arithmatic to the C++ Standard Library.

GNU Octave

[10] GNU Octave is a high-level language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides a convenient command line interface for solving linear and nonlinear problems numerically, and for performing other numerical experiments using a language that is mostly compatible with Matlab. It may also be used as a batch-oriented language.

C/C++ NeuralNetwork Software

[11] fann - Fast Artificial Neural Network Library implements multilayer artificial neural networks in C. It is cross-platform, easy to use, versatile, well documented and fast. C++, PHP, Python, Delphi, .NET, Mathematica bindings and a GUI is available.

C/C++ NeuralNetwork Software

[12] Lightweight backpropagation neural network in C. Intended for programs that need a simple neural network and do not want needlessly complex neural network libraries. Includes example application that trains a network to recognize handwritten dig

Hassibi and Storck

[13] Optimal Brain Surgeon


[14] Algorithms and Consistent Approximations [Book]

Barak A. Pearlmutter

[15] Fast Exact Multiplication by the Hessian , Siemens Corporate Research [Paper]


[16] Optimization theory with applications [Book]

Garret N. Vanderplaats

[17] Numerical Optimization Techniques for Engineering Design: with Applications [Book]

William W.Hager

[18] Computational Optimization and Applications Software Forum [Web Site]

Nick Gould

[19] External Sources of Numerical Optimization Information[Web Site]

Yousef Saad

[20] Iterative methods for sparse linear systems

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