Download: Sollya 6.0 (released on October 19, 2016).
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What is Sollya?

Sollya is both a tool environment and a library for safe floating-point code development. It is particularily targeted to the automatized implementation of mathematical floating-point libraries (libm). Amongst other features, it offers a certified infinity (supremum) norm and a fast Remez algorithm.

Sollya is developed by PEQUAN and APICS. It is written by Christoph Lauter, Sylvain Chevillard, M. Joldeș and N. Jourdan. The Inria project-teams Arénaire and Caramel contributed to previous versions of Sollya.

Sollya provides you with: In order to build Sollya, you will need: a C compiler (e.g., gcc), a C++ compiler (e.g., g++), GMP, MPFR, MPFI, FPLLL, and libxml2.
Gnuplot is highly recommended for using the plot and externalplot commands. It is not required though.

History: the list of all versions of Sollya is available here.

Weekly build

A snapshot of the Sollya git repository is usually taken every Sunday. It is as easy to install as a stable release!
Download: weekly release (dated from 10/16/2016).

How to cite Sollya?

Currently, the proper way to cite Sollya in a scientific publication is:
Sollya: an environment for the development of numerical codes.
S. Chevillard, M. Joldeș and C. Lauter.
In Mathematical Software - ICMS 2010, pages 28-31, Heidelberg, Germany, September 2010. Springer.


Who uses Sollya?

We are aware of the following projects using Sollya. If you use Sollya and you wish to be added to this list, please contact us.


The Sollya tool and the material of this website is Copyright © 2006-2016 by
Laboratoire de l'Informatique du Parallélisme
UMR CNRS - ENS Lyon - UCB Lyon 1 - INRIA 5668
Lyon, France,

LORIA (CNRS, INPL, INRIA, UHP, U-Nancy 2) Nancy, France,

Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 - Équipe PEQUAN
Sorbonne Universités
UPMC Univ Paris 06
UMR 7606, LIP6
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4, place Jussieu
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Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06
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and by

INRIA Sophia-Antipolis Méditerranée, APICS Team,
Sophia-Antipolis, France.
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Last update: 06/16/2016