Easyval is a very basic implementation of interval arithmetic, using hardware doubles as interval bounds. The first target of this library is that the interval arithmetic containment criterium is respected.
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Release Notes: There were some serious bugs in the sine, cosine and tangent functions, which are fixed in this release.
Release Notes: Implementations for the goniometric functions sin, cos, and tan were added. Nevertheless, one should take care when using them, since the interval implementations rely on the hardware, which is not always reliable.
Release Notes: Some functions (min, asinh, /=) were added. A rounding bug in the division was fixed.
Release Notes: A serious bug was fixed in the power function, and the library compiles again with Debian Woody.
Release Notes: The library now also compiles under Cygwin.