Forum: Ruby Intervals: Interval arithmetic in Ruby

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Stefano T. (Guest)
on 2006-03-19 15:43
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Intervals is a library implementing an interval system in the extended
real set that is closed under arithmetic operations. Correct rounding
ensures that the operations are inclusion-wise monotonic.

Intervals pre-1 is an experimental release that has has been tested on
Mac Os X/powerpc and on linux/intel. For the C package implementing
rounding-mode control to compile, a C99-compliant compiler is needed
(or at least one that knows about fenv.h).

The project homepage is at http://intervals.rubyforge.org/ and the
library can be downloaded from http://rubyforge.org/projects/intervals/

Feedback and suggestions are welcome!

Best regards,
Stefano T.
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