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liquidsdr.org
liquidsdr.org is home to liquid-dsp, a free and open-source signal processing library for software-defined radios written in C. Its purpose is to provide a set of extensible DSP modules that do not rely on external dependencies or cumbersome frameworks.
dsp  math  sdr  signalprocessing 
february 2017 by david.parrott
The Transformation Matrix
This tutorial will introduce the transformation matrix, one of the standard technique to translate, rotate and scale 2D graphics.
gamedev  trigonometry  programming  math  development 
february 2016 by david.parrott
How does Shazam work - Coding Geek
Have you ever wondered how shazam works ? In this in-depth post I explain the mechanisms behind shazam.
algorithm  audio  math  programming  music  development 
august 2015 by david.parrott
System of Equations Solver
Solve system of equations (linear or nonlinear) and find it's solutions online using our system of equations solver.
math  tool 
may 2015 by david.parrott
System of Equations Calculator - Symbolab
Free system of equations calculator - solve system of equations step by step
math  tool 
may 2015 by david.parrott
Math.NET Symbolics
Math.NET Symbolics is a basic open source computer algebra library for .Net and Mono written in F#.
math  dotnet  library  f# 
february 2015 by david.parrott
Math Library for C# and .NET – ILNumerics – Scientific Computing
ILNumerics is a high performance math library for programmers and scientists. Extending the .NET framework with tools needed for scientific computing, it simplifies the implementation of all kinds of numerical algorithms in convenient, familiar C#-syntax – optimized to the speed of C and FORTRAN. 
c#  library  programming  math  dotnet  development 
october 2013 by david.parrott
Think Bayes
Think Bayes is an introduction to Bayesian statistics using computational methods. This version of the book is a rough draft. I am making this draft available for comments, but it comes with the warning that it is probably full of errors.

If you find some of those errors, please let me know. But it is probably too early to bother with typos.
book  math  statistics 
october 2012 by david.parrott
Stand-alone code for numerical computing
Sometimes you need a little code to do some scientific computing and you don't want to take on a dependence to a huge and possibly unfamiliar library. This page is an index to code snippets in multiple languages that solve that problem.
code  math  programming  python  c++  c#  dotnet  development 
june 2012 by david.parrott
Animated Bézier Curves - Jason Davies
These animations illustrate how a parametric Bézier curve is constructed. The parameter t ranges from 0 to 1. In the simplest case, a first-order Bézier curve, the curve is a straight line between the control points.
animation  javascript  math  visualisation 
april 2012 by david.parrott
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