The `xerus` library is a general purpose library for numerical calculations with higher order tensors, Tensor-Train Decompositions / Matrix Product States and other Tensor Networks.

The `xerus` library is a general purpose library for numerical calculations with higher order tensors, Tensor-Train Decompositions / Matrix Product States and other Tensor Networks.

The focus of development was the simple usability and adaptibility to any setting that requires higher order tensors or decompositions thereof.

The focus of development was the simple usability and adaptibility to any setting that requires higher order tensors or decompositions thereof.

For tutorials and a documentation see <ahref="http://libxerus.org">the doxygen documentation</a>.

For tutorials and a documentation see <ahref="http://libxerus.org">the documentation</a>.

The source code is licenced under the AGPL v3.0. For more details see the LICENSE file.

The source code is licenced under the AGPL v3.0. For more details see the LICENSE file.

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at the more detailed guides for all classes one wishes to use though - or even have a look at the doxygen class documentation for details on all functions.

at the more detailed guides for all classes one wishes to use though - or even have a look at the doxygen class documentation for details on all functions.

It is assumed that you have already obtained and compiled the library itself as well as know how to link against it.

It is assumed that you have already obtained and compiled the library itself as well as know how to link against it.

If this is not the case, please refer to the [building xerus](building_xerus) page.

If this is not the case, please refer to the [building xerus](/building_xerus) page.

In the following we will solve a FEM equation arising from the heat equation using a QTT decomposition and the ALS algorithm.

In the following we will solve a FEM equation arising from the heat equation using a QTT decomposition and the ALS algorithm.