Re: Help using LinAlg Library for solving Simultaneous Equations
Thx for looking at this,
However I pretty much want to know what form I need to send my matrices to the Library.
So I was hoping someone has used this library or another library that I can use.
> On 18 Sep 2018, at 12:35, Carlos Rovira <carlosrovira@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> for what I see (I never used that library), is normal AS3 code ready to use
> with Apache Flex or with Apache Royale.
> Flex will create Flash (SWF) and Royale is a new framework similar to Flex
> to output Flash (SWF) or HTML/JS/CSS. So
> your first decision is what project to choose depending on what kind of
> devices you want to target.
> In both you can use that library directly, and then you must use the
> components, containers and controls to build the interface. Both
> technologies use MXML for declarative development of the user interface and
> AS3 code to instantiate the classes in the library you posted.
> Hope that helps. Good luck with your project :)
> El mar., 18 sept. 2018 a las 12:18, npem (<philip.medlam@xxxxxxxxx>)
>> Hi everyone,
>> I have been looking at using a free library for solving
>> set of Linear Simultaneous Equations for Finite Element Solutions
>> I have: [F] = [k] [x]
>> Where [F] and [x] are vectors
>> and [k] is a square matrix
>> I was thinking of using the *AS3LinAlg* the library, but it is not obvious
>> (At least to me:-) on how to present the data,
>> (As it seems to want 2 vectors)
>> which will return a vector.
>> Anyone used this Library and could help with what I need to pass to it, for
>> If I want to use Cholesky or LU?
>> Or of course any other suggestions for libraries to use?
>> Note: The library is at:
>> Solver Library <https://github.com/inspirit/AS3LinAlg>
>> Sent from: http://apache-flex-users.2333346.n4.nabble.com/
> Carlos Rovira