Release Notes: This is the first release using the new license (2 clause BSD).
Release Notes: This release adds generic built-in QR factorization and 2x2 inverse function. It adds many consistency improvements and fixes a number of numeric and platform-related bugs.
Release Notes: This is the first non-beta release of the 2.0 series. 2.0 has more features and is more general, easier to use, much less buggy, and smaller than 1.x. The new features compared to 2.0_Beta8 are matrix square root and ln, SL<>::ln; Sim(2) and Sim(3) groups; CLAPACK compatibility; and much better FADBAD++ integration. In addition to numerous miscellaneous bugfixes, bugs have been fixed in platform compatibility and the builtin SVD.
Release Notes: Major enhancements are: support for std::complex and automatic differentation with FADBAD++, support for storing Vector in STL containers, sparse Jacobians in Gauss-Newton optimizer, pkg-config support, and const correctness. Minor enhancements include NaN-proofing of ConjugateGradient, more complete regression tests, correctness tests for SO3, and doxygen tag file support. In addition, a number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed. The compliance of C++ code has been improved (including improved compatibility with Visual Studio). The consistency of function naming has been improved. There is more backwards compatibility with TooN-1 and more documentation.
Release Notes: In addition to many bugfixes, several features have been added. Mixed static/dynamic slices. Built-in singular value decomposition (much faster than LAPACK for small to moderate sized matrices). Symmetric matrix square root and inverse square root. Accurate numerical derivatives (first and second) using Ridder's method. Efficient resizable vectors. A regression testing framework. Better backwards compatibility with TooN-1. Single precision LAPACK based Cholesky decomposition. More documentation.
Release Notes: This release adds some new features: a new reweighting class for IRLS, a determinant function, and miscellaneous matrix operations. It adds a lot of documentation, including documentation of the internals, and has a number of minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a downhill simplex optimizer, cross-product matrix, and a lot of documentation. The WLS least squares solver has been optimized. Some old functions from a previous design phase have been deprecated. Some test code has been added, and many misc bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds a lot of documentation. It adds debugging options to help catch uninitialized values. It adds more LAPACK support (Cholesky, symmetric eigen, and singular value decomposition). It fixes portability (works on GCC, VisualStudio, and Mac OS). It adds useful helper functions. It adds an interface for wrapping external data as TooN objects. Many bugs have been fixed, more test code has been added, and the internals have been cleaned up a bit.
Release Notes: This was completely rewritten since version 1. It supports Vectors and Matrices of any datatype, matrices with one static and one dynamic dimension, and seamless wrapping of external data. A conjugate gradient solver and SL(N) parameterized matrices were added.