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Where can I find free computational  library or components for Borland C++ Builder or Borland C++ or Delphi? Library must have matrix operation, optimization or linear programming.
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There are many libraires listed in the object oriented numerics
page (http://monet.uwaterloo.ca/blitz/oon.html) including
Lapack++, TNT, valarray and many others.
From your description it seems that Lapack++ is the one for you.
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