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Definition in file Matrix.h.
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|A class for exceptions thrown by the Matrix class. More...|
|The matrix/vector class. Both real and complex data are inherently supported. One and two dimensional data. More...|
|This is a nested class that is an element of the matrix. i.e. Matrix M; M(i,j) is the element. It is used for operator(,) access by the Matrix. More...|
|A nested class for access only to the real part of the matrix. It is used for operator access by the Matrix. More...|