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Topic: [ANN] New package: SpaceFuncs (2D, 3D, ND geometric modeling,
optimization, solving)

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dmitrey.kroshko@scipy.org

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[ANN] New package: SpaceFuncs (2D, 3D, ND geometric modeling,
optimization, solving)

Posted: Feb 16, 2011 8:00 AM
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Hi all,
I'm glad to inform you about new, 4th OpenOpt Suite module:

SpaceFuncs - a tool for 2D, 3D, N-dimensional geometric modeling with
possibilities of parametrized calculations, numerical optimization and
solving systems of geometrical equations with automatic
differentiation.

The module is written in Python + NumPy, requires FuncDesigner (and
OpenOpt, DerApproximator for some operations). It has completely free
license: BSD.

For details see its home page
http://openopt.org/SpaceFuncs
and documentation
http://openopt.org/SpaceFuncsDoc

Also, you can try it online via our Sage-server (sometimes hangs due
to high load, through)
http://sage.openopt.org/welcome

Regards,
Dmitrey.



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