Sollya: an environment for the development of numerical codes. Sollya has become a mature tool for the development of numerical software. With about 175 built-in algorithms and a broad extensibility, it offers a complete tool-chain for fixed- and floating-point software and hardware design. Its features include on-the-fly faithful rounding, specialized approximation algorithms and extensive support for floating-point code generation.
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