and LAPACK linear algebra
library wrapper which makes their features accessible through a set of CLOS classes.
The system currently[when?] runs under CMUCL and SBCL, and it will be ported to CLISP as soon as some issues related to C compatible specialized arrays are dealt with.
The MatLisp matrix library was originally developed by Raymond Toy and Tunc Simsek, and officially announced in April 2000. It is now[when?] maintained by Tunc Simsek.
Some of MarkHoemmen's ideas about a second generation implementation. — unclear standalone sentence. (ed.)
Homepage: GitHub, SourceForge.
License: LLGPL (not explicitly stated, consult the LICENSE file)
See also: GSLL, FEMLISP, NLISP for linear algebra in Lisp; spartns for tensors represented by sparse arrays.