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C++11/14 for scientific computing V

$\boldsymbol{\lambda}$ functions Anonymous functions, often called $\lambda$ functions, are a common feature of scientific programming languages, e.g., Male and Matlab. They are particularly usefull when functions are employed, which take other functions as arguments.  For example, a numerical root finding algorithm requires to specify a function as an input parameter. C++11 introduces $\lambda$ functions to… Continue reading C++11/14 for scientific computing V