MSP is a C++ class library for scientific and engineering application programming. It's written with Borland C++. Its first version, described in C++ for scientists and engineers, Intertext/ McGraw-Hill, 1991, contained units for
|Scalar arithmetic||Vector algebra||Solving linear systems|
|Elementary functions||Polynomial algebra||Eigenvalue problems|
|Solving nonlinear equations||Matrix algebra||Solving nonlinear systems|
It was extended in C++ applications guide, Intertext/McGraw-Hill, 1992, to include units for
|Rudimentary graphics||Formula evaluation and manipulation|
The first nine units have been upgraded in C++ toolkit for engineers and scientists, Second edition, Springer, 1999, to thoroughly utilize templates and exception handling.
This latest version of MSP was implemented with Borland C++, Version 5.0. Most of its features have been adapted for the Microsoft Visual C++ Win32 Console Applications environment. The adaptation is included in the source code diskette. For adaptation highlights, click here.
You can get the source code for these MSP versions from me. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll send you the files. But I will not be able to answer programming questions about them, because I'm no longer current on this subject.
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