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Need C# Matrix Library Capable of Multi-Dimensional Matrix with Matlab(TM) Type Functionality

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Can someone advise if there are any C# Matrix Librarys implementing multi-dimensional matrix objects with Matlab(TM) type functionality (eg transpose( ), reshape( ), permute( ) ) ?   An open source or royalty free library would be preferred.
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