19 packages returned for Tags:"arbitrary-precision"

Implementation of rational number arithmetic for .NET with arbitrary precision. Supported features: - implicit conversions - rationals integrate seamlessly with other number types - unlimited precision - rationals use BigInteger inside - canonical form - each rational can have its canonical form... More information
Mpir.NET lets you use the MPIR library, which is a GMP fork for Windows, from .NET languages. The current version incorporates 32- and 64-bit builds of MPIR 2.7.0.
Half is not fast enough and precision is also very bad, so is should not be used for mathematical computation (use `Single` instead). The main advantage of Half type is lower memory cost: two bytes per number. Half is typically used in graphical applications.
The GMP Native Interface for .NET Library exposes to .NET (through P-Invoke and .NET types) all of the functionality of the GNU MP Library (version 6.1.2). It automatically loads at runtime the 32-bit or 64-bit GNU MP library that matches the current CPU architecture, thus allowing building Visual... More information
The MPFR Native Interface for .NET Library exposes to .NET (through P-Invoke and .NET types) all of the functionality of the GNU MPFR Library (version 4.0.0). It automatically loads at runtime the 32-bit or 64-bit GNU MPFR library that matches the current CPU architecture, thus allowing building... More information
A .NET binary serializer/deserializer library. With bit-level precision provides an easy way to serialize your class objects or primitive types to array of bytes and reverse. It supports complex types/nested classes and it is really easy to adapt your existing code to use this library.