Where to find JAMA - math library for Java

I understand that there is a thing called JAMA, which is a basic linear algebra package for Java. It is supposed to provide user level classes for constructing and manipulating real, dense matrices. I need it to compile some existing code that relies on it, and get on with a project.

Does anyone know where to get it (preferably download)? Is it freeware? If not, how does one go about purchasing it?

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stochasticAuthor Commented:

As it happens, I was hard at it (finding out about JAMA) and I myself found exactly the same site you mentioned sometime before I checked your answer.

Still, your answer _was_ precise, and the points are yours :-)

- stochastic
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