NM Dev is an object-oriented, high performance, extensively tested, and professionally documented programming library of mathematics that runs on S2. Having been developed since 2010, it is a large collection of numerical algorithms so coded such that they are solidly object-oriented, unified and testable. A user, who has little programming experience or mathematical sophistication, can easily create a solution for his or her complex engineering problem by quickly putting together classes.
SuanShu, now an open source project, has been replaced with NM Dev which has improved capability. NM Dev is also commercially supported. See our setup guide to get started using NM Dev on your local machine, or try it with our very own S2 IDE.
S2, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for data science. Built using Java technology and NM Dev, it enables data scientists to write high performance code that runs on devices with a JVM. Compared to Python, it is much faster and is much easier to deploy. S2 is a one-stop shop of advanced analytics and data for engineers to quickly prototype computation models. See our available libraries here.
NM Dev distribution is deployed in NM’s repository. To let maven be aware of this repository, add the following repository definition to the
pom.xml in the <repositories> section:
To use NM Dev, in the <dependencies> section, add:
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