C++11 library components to make a programming scientist happy
This talk presents a survey over components of the C++11
standard library which facilitate the life of a programming scientist.
It will provide a gentle introduction to the random number generator
and evolve this to a complete application: the stochastic simulation
of share price development. The new meta-programming features helps
designing our programs more clearly. For instance, we can (better)
deal with the limitation of complex numbers that types cannot mixed.
Tuples help us to aim for a more functional and structured programming
style in the presence of multiple results.
Speaker: Peter Gottschling