A linear algebra package for small matrices and vectors.
There are a lot of matrix libraries that deal with large n-dimensional matrices. Although they may work for small matrices as well, there are some optimizations that can be made if you know ahead of time what dimensions you're working with.
This library was primarily motivated by a 2D algebraic geometry library, curve2d, which uses projective geometry to calculate intersections with conics. The work is primarily 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. However, this library can be used in other applications, such as computer vision.
The tests are runnable documentation.
Tests can be run in the terminal:
The npm browser script builds the project and wraps it so that the tests can run. For the changes in the project to be reflected in the tests, the browser script must be re-run.
(c) Tim Bright, 2017.
This library has been influenced by the various authors of the THREE.js math functions. Attributions of their individual contributions are given in the various source files.
Copyright (c) 2017 Tim Bright
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