Release Notes: This release has more robust mean(), var(), and stddev() functions. It also adds .min() and .max() member functions, which can provide the extremum's location.
Release Notes: This release has faster min(), max(), and mean() functions. It also adds floor() and ceil() functions. A corner case involving NaNs in min() and max() was fixed.
Release Notes: This release allows the use of auxiliary (external) memory for fixed-size matrices and vectors.
Release Notes: This release has a faster sort() function. The installation was updated to detect recent versions of Intel's MKL. Handling of subcubes was expanded, allowing interpretation of arbitrary "flat" subcubes as matrices.
Release Notes: This release has faster solutions to systems of linear equations as well as fixes for subcube handling and compilation using GCC's C++0x mode.
Release Notes: This release has more flexible submatrix views and faster matrix inverse via explicit handling of triangular matrices.
Release Notes: No changes were made since 0.9.92 except for the removal of the little-used technical documentation. The user documentation is still present.
Release Notes: This release added matrix norms and fixes for compilation issues under the Intel C++ compiler.
Release Notes: This release adds faster column access as well as bugfixes and speedups for LU decomposition.
Release Notes: This release adds functions for in-place operations on diagonals as well as functions for joining, inserting, and removing cube slices. It also has various speedups due to internal architecture improvements.