|License:||GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)|
|Description:||# To provide the most comprehensive JavaTM library for the scientific community.
# To create synergy between all sciences (e.g. math, physics, sociology, biology, astronomy, economics, etc.) by integrating them into a single architecture.
# To provide the best on-line services (webstart) for scientific calculations and visualizations.|
|2. JSci - A science API for Java|
|License:||Lesser General Public License (LGPL)|
|Description:||This is a free set of JavaTM packages. The aim is to encapsulate scientific methods/principles in the most natural way possible. As such they should greatly aid the development of scientific based software. This software is supplied "as is" and that there are no guarantees.|
|3. Open Source Libraries for High Performance
Scientific and Technical Computing in Java|
|License:||The Artistic License|
|Description:||Scope. This distribution provides an infrastructure for scalable scientific and technical computing in Java. It is particularly useful in the domain of High Energy Physics at CERN: It contains, among others, efficient and usable data structures and algorithms for Off-line and On-line Data Analysis, Linear Algebra, Multi-dimensional arrays, Statistics, Histogramming, Monte Carlo Simulation, Parallel and Concurrent Programming. It summons some of the best concepts, designs and implementations thought up over time by the community, ports or improves them and introduces new approaches where need arises. In overlapping areas, it is competitive or superior to toolkits such as STL, Root, HTL, CLHEP, TNT, GSL, C-RAND / WIN-RAND, (all C/C++) as well as IBM Array, JDK 1.2 Collections framework, JGL (all Java), in terms of performance (!), functionality and (re)usability.|