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A large collection of public domain mathematical software is now available via electronic mail. Messages sent to "netlib@anl-mcs" (on the Arpanet/CSNET) or to "researchlnetlib" (on the UNIX network) wake up a server that distributes items from the collection. For example the one-line message,...
Numerical Turing is an extension of the Turing programming language. Turing is a Pascal-like language (with convenient string handling, dynamic arrays, modules and more general parameter lists) developed at the University of Toronto 4. Turing has been in use since May, 1983, and is now available...
Dongarra et al have recently proposed extensions to the subprogram package BLAS to improve the performance of more elaborate linear algebra codes such as LINPACK. (See 2 - 4) We summarize here our experience with a similar project.
To Gene Golub who has done so much to encourage and advance the use of stable numerical techniques in multivariate statistics.
We outline the contents of the ordinary differential equation (D02) chapter of the NAG library at Mark 11 paying particular attention to the aims and structure of the chapter and to the user interface. We close with a description of the additions to the chapter which are in preparation.
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