SOURCE: Visual Numerics

July 26, 2005 08:00 ET

Visual Numerics and SD Times Present Complimentary Web Seminar on Advanced Numerical Analysis and the .NET Framework

SAN RAMON, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 26, 2005 --


Advanced numerical analysis has evolved significantly over the past three decades, from its roots in Fortran, through the explosion and popularity of C, and into the world of Java. Now, numerical analysis makes its trek into the latest programming paradigm of the .NET Framework with more computing power on the desktop than ever before.

Visual Numerics, Inc., a leading provider of numerical analysis and visualization software, has teamed with SD Times to present a free 60-minute Web seminar designed to explore the technical benefits of using the .NET platform as a foundation for numerical applications.

Key topics include:

--  The value of using managed code that executes in the common language
--  Enhancing the framework to facilitate writing numerical algorithms --
    an introduction to the novel IMSL C# Numerical Library for the .NET
The presentation will conclude with a demonstration of how to write a short numerical analysis application using Visual Studio and the C# language.


David Rubenstein, Editor, SD Times


Sean Fitzgerald
Vice President of Technology and Consulting
Visual Numerics

Edward Stewart, Ph.D.
Expert in Numerical Analysis for the .NET Framework
Visual Numerics
Thursday, August 11, 2005
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT

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Visual Numerics has provided technical software solutions for numerical analysis and visualization for more than three decades. The company's software products help users understand complex data from a variety of sources and build business-critical applications. Visual Numerics offers two product lines: the IMSL™ Numerical Libraries for powerful mathematical and statistical analysis and the PV-WAVE® visual data analysis development environment. Visual Numerics also offers customized consulting services for applications that involve mathematical, statistical, or visual data analysis to meet today's business analytical needs.

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