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High-Performance Vector & Matrix Library for Your Next Scientific Project

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We have seen dozens of signal processing or scientific calculation applications written in Delphi, and probably most of them have utilized the OptiVec. OptiVec offers a wide range of functions for scientific use. 

The OptiVec includes the completely vectorized models of all operators and math functions of C/C++/Pascal/Delphi for all integer and floating-point data types.

OptiVec has three main groups of functions:

  • VectorLib – Vector Functions
  • MatrixLab – Matrix Functions
  • CMATH – Complex number math functions

Furthermore, OptiVec has recent new features:

  • Enhanced thread-safety for all linear system operations
  • P9 libraries utilizing AVX, AVX2, and FMA for the highest performance
  • CUDA-enabled libraries for all target compilers (currently only Windows)

Be sure to head over and check out the OptiVec in the GetIt portal and download it from the IDE

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