New release

GUDHI version 2.2.0

As a major new feature, the GUDHI library now offers a Čech complex module, a sparse version of the Rips complex and a utility to build the Rips complex from a correlation matrix (no Python interface yet).

Below is a list of changes made since Gudhi 2.1.0:

  • Čech complex (new package)
    • The Čech complex is a simplicial complex where the set of all simplices is filtered by the radius of their minimal enclosing ball.
  • Rips complex (new functions and interfaces)
    • A sparse version of the Rips complex
    • Rips complex from a correlation matrix utility
  • Dockerfile (new installation process) A Dockerfile example is now provided to compile, test and install GUDHI in a container

  • CGAL 4.12 compilation issue (bug fix)

  • CMake minimal version is now 3.1
    • To take advantage of the latest features and simplify CMakeLists.txt files

All modules are distributed under the terms of the GPL Open Source license (GNU General Public License v3 or later versions), but a commercial license is also possible.

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Feel free to contact us in case you have any question or remark on this topic.

We provide bibtex entries for the modules of the User and Reference Manual, as well as for publications directly related to the GUDHI library.

For further information about downloading and installing the library (C++ or Python), please visit the GUDHI web site.