I'm not sure about the particular formula you've referred to, but you have an extremely wide variety of libraries to choose from for regression, optimization and other numerical solutions: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_numerical_libraries (see C, C++ and multi-language sections). In addition, take a look at IMHO very interesting Accord.NET framework, ...
Evernote Scannable is a free iOS app that scans documents, fixing perspective and enhancing the result. It is very quick to scan documents and can be set up to automatically scan documents that it detects are placed in front of the camera.
NM Dev has a number of quadratic programming solvers: Dual ActiveSet Minimizer and Primal Active Set
Alternatively, you can reformulate your problem as a Second Order Conic Programming (SOCP) problem and solve it using an SOCP interior point solver, or an implementation of SDPT3v4
You can find a list of apps for that on my site, filed under System Monitoring. I will pick one example here I feel should match your case:
SystemPanel is a system monitoring utility keeping more than just the "consumption summary", but allows you to analyse a lot of things.
SysPanel screenshots (click images for larger variants)
With SysPanel you can ...
I had very good results using lpsolve (http://lpsolve.sourceforge.net/5.5/) and its Python bindings. I rewrote the interface to the C code in Cython as the one provided is a bit clunky, but overall it’s a very fast solver. My usual linear problems are up to 5,000 rows by 3,000 columns more or less, and I’m able to set them up, presolve and solve them in ...
These are Constrained optimization problems can be furthered classified according to the nature of the constraints (e.g., linear, nonlinear, convex).
The constraints on the variables can vary widely from simple bounds to systems of equalities and inequalities that model complex relationships among the variables.
I'm using Scanner Mini from Readdle and I'm really happy with it:
It even offers OCR, and it'S really stable for a free app.
The library of my choice for this task is
(also on GitHub)
The topic Optimization offers several different algorithms for unconstrained and constrained optimization.
The highlights in my opinion are derivative-free local optimization and
and global optimization.
This can be rather opinionated as there are a number of methods or approaches on could take.
For example, I could suggest Wise 365 as a free option to maintain your system, or you could use the free suite of tools available for Auslogic- there are so many tools that promise to perform the same tasks.
However, there are built-in Windows tools to perform ...
In your place I would unpack the matrix to a vector. From this point, we have a continuous, vectoric, but nonlinear problem. It is nonlinear, because it depends quadratically from x. But it is very easily derivable, and surely doesn't have separate local optimum-points.
Thus it can be easily solved by any nonlinear optimization solution, I would suggest org....
Malwarebytes is the only cleaning software that I would use, nearly all of the other tuning software installs software that actually slows your machine down. But your best bet is a reinstall, maybe with Ubuntu? If you have to stick with installing Windows, once it is installed ensure that you have Windows Automatic Updates active (and that your machine is ...
I recommend you to ROOT your device and remove all the unwanted app that you're not using.
Becuase your device is not ROOTED you can use
Battery Drain Analyzer
is a sophisticated app that tracks your battery and power usage behind-the-scenes to give you an idea of what’s using the most juice. Think of it as Android’s built-in battery usage app on ...
Since I'm looking for a Java library for quadratic programming (Solve small quadratic programming problem with inequality constraints in Java or C/C++), I've come across some items. I think this general question about optimization packages for Java will be useful to others, so here are my notes about some items I looked at. These should be understood as ...
We're in the same boat, since I have a 3 year old dell laptop that's really starting to show its age with super slow startup. I've been using a free program called Baidu PC Faster to speed it up.
First time I used this it claimed to boost my speed by 124%! A little weird -- I don't know how accurate that number is, but I could definitely feel a noticeable ...
The software that would match requirements the best is TuneUp Utilities...
It has too many features which will keep your system clean... The only thing you need to look for it, is that it's premium..