Type: Model Builder
Author: Matthew Supernaw
The Analytics Template Library (ATL) is a scientific computing library with an emphasis on gradient based optimization. ATL leverages the power of template metaprogramming for flexibility, extensibility, and speed. This guide is intended to give the user a basic understanding of how to develop programs in ATL. The information in this document is intended for anyone interested in scientific computing in C++ and it is expected that the reader will have a basic understanding of the C++ programming language, as well as scientific computing.
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