Download: Sollya 4.1
(released on November 26, 2013).
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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,
M. Joldeș and N. Jourdan. The Inria project-teams Arénaire and Caramel contributed to previous versions of Sollya.
Sollya provides you with:
- a certified infinity (supremum) norm for computing safe approximation error bounds,
- an automatized implementer for approximation polynomials in CRlibm-style C-code with the corresponding Gappa proof,
- a fast implementation of Remez algorithm for computing minimax polynomials,
- a full-featured programming language adapted to analysis of numerical programs like in a Computer-Algebra-System,
- a faithful-rounding, multi-precision evaluator of composed functional expressions extending MPFR,
- a highly accurate and fast floating-point infinity (supremum) norm,
- support for floating-point rounding operators and expansions in common precisions,
- a special floating-point minimax procedure,
- basic MathML input and output support,
- interfaces for extending Sollya with your own code and much more...
In order to build Sollya, you will need: a C compiler (e.g., gcc
), a C++ compiler (e.g., g++
, and libxml2
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.
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 12/14/2014).
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.
- The latest development version is available in a git repository that can be found here. The most up-to-date online documentation is here. You will need Bison and Flex to compile the sources from the git repository.
- Bug reports and feature requests: just send us an email at schevill, jmio17 and clauter at users.gforge.inria.fr.
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 © 2006-2013 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, UPMC Université Paris 06 - CNRS - UMR 7606 - LIP6, Paris, France,
and by INRIA Sophia-Antipolis Méditerranée, APICS Team, Sophia-Antipolis, France.
All rights reserved.
The Sollya tool is open software. It is distributed and can be used,
modified and redistributed under the terms of the CeCILL-C license
available at http://www.cecill.info/
and reproduced in the
file of the distribution. The distribution contains parts of other libraries as a support for but not integral part of
Sollya. These libraries are reigned by the GNU Lesser General Public
License that is available at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/
and reproduced in the
file of the distribution.
This software, the Sollya tool, is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Last update: 07/10/2014