SuanShu 3.1.0 is now released

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    We have released an update of SuanShu, the Java numerical and statistical library. http://www.numericalmethod.com/trac/numericalmethod/wiki/SuanShu

    This release has new features and some bug fixes. The highlights are as the following.

    • added ‘combinatorics’ package which includes Counter, Ties, Twiddle, etc.
    • allowed multi-threaded random number generation repeatable with new classes such as ThreadIDRNG
    • fixed vertex comparison (no longer restricted to identity comparison) in graph package
    • improved the performance of QPPrimalActiveSetMinimizer and QPDualActiveSetMinimizer when the input constraints contain box constraints
    • many classes based on random number generation are now repeatable with seeded RNGs, e.g., all distribution classes, all optimizers
    • improved significantly the performance of ARIMA forecast (60x faster)

    More information can be found in the javadoc: http://www.numericalmethod.com/javadoc/suanshu/
    This version is not backward compatible with the previous release.

    suanshu-3.1.0.zip can be downloaded from: http://numericalmethod.com/suanshu/
    Note: If you have trouble downloading the file, e.g., download interrupted, try to temporarily disable your anti-virus software.

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