Hi All!

Does anybody know if there is a (pure) prolog mathematical library

(matrices, complex algebra, derivation/integration, FFT, ...)?

Alternatively, what about porting (as a foreign library) a free and almost

complete C/C++ math library to prolog?

Thank you.

M

I think it is a bit of a shame not to use native Prolog datatypes

for matrices.

--- Jan

P.s. I think SWI-Prolog has a link to matlab floating around

somewhere on the web.

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