Java math packages - loess function

I am looking for a java math package (commercial or free). that has a loess function
(see http://math.uprm.edu/wrolke/esma6665/locreg.htm)

JMSL does not have it.
Flanagan does not (http://www.ee.ucl.ac.uk/~mflanaga/java)

Anything out there?
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allelopathAuthor Commented:
No. R indeed has the loess function (its where we learned of it originally), but the loess function is C code that calls a bunch of F77 routines.

There is Mondrian (http://rosuda.org/Mondrian/) which may have a Java interface, but ultimately it uses R.
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?!? :)
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