Shared Scientific Toolbox in Java is a library of quality lightweight components for scientific/distributed computing that includes the first true multidimensional array package in Java, a parallel data flow engine, an asynchronous sockets layer, an annotation-driven class loader, and more.


A Win32 build is now supported. It contains precompiled DLLs with statically-linked FFTW3. was introduced, which is built on top of the asynchronous networking layer, but supports synchronous behavior with blocking input/output streams. The SST source is now Java 1.5 compatible. Take note that it still links to some methods (i.e., java.util.Arrays#copyOf) that are in JDK 1.6 only. Color maps for intensity images were introduced. The license terms and assigned copyrights were updated.

URL: Shared Scientific Toolbox