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Hello all,

Most people told me to use the netlib e-mail server. Problem is

( so I am told ) that most the source is in fortran. I was hoping

for C. Well, beggars can't be choosers... Fortran it is...

Here is the "quick summary" section returned by e-mail to

netlib@research.att.com with a body of "send index".

Thanks to

Ian MacPhedran <macphed@dvinci.usask.ca>

Tim Evans <fallst!uunet!fallst!tkevans@woodb.uucp>

Andy Purshottam <andy@spl28.spl.loral.com>

-------quick summary of contents---------

a - approximation algorithms

alliant - set of programs collected from Alliant users

amos - special functions by D. Amos. = toms/644

apollo - set of programs collected from Apollo users

benchmark - various benchmark programs and a summary of timings

bib - bibliographies

bihar - Bjorstad's biharmonic solver

blas3 - matrix * matrix BLAS

bmp - Brent's multiple precision package

c - another "misc" library, for software written in C

cascade - analysis and design of linear control systems

cheney-kincaid - programs from the text Numerical Mathematics and Computing.

conformal - Schwarz-Christoffel codes by Trefethen; Bjorstad+Grosse

core - machine constants, vector and matrix * vector BLAS

c++ - code in the C++ language

dierckx - spline fitting

domino - communication and scheduling of multiple tasks; Univ. Maryland

eispack - matrix eigenvalues and vectors

elefunt - Cody and Waite's tests for elementary functions

errata - corrections to numerical books

f2c - Fortran to C converter

fishpack - separable elliptic PDEs; Swarztrauber and Sweet

fitpack - Cline's splines under tension

fftpack - Swarztrauber's Fourier transforms

fmm - software from the book by Forsythe, Malcolm, and Moler

fn - Fullerton's special functions

uncon/data - optimization test problems

gcv - Generalized Cross Validation

go - "golden oldies" gaussq, zeroin, lowess, ...

graphics - auto color, ray-tracing benchmark

harwell - MA28 sparse linear system

hompack - nonlinear equations by homotopy method

itpack - iterative linear system solution by Young and Kincaid

jakef - automatic differentiation of Fortran subroutines

lanczos - Cullum and Willoughby's Lanczos programs

laso - Scott's Lanczos program for eigenvalues of sparse matrices

linpack - gaussian elimination, QR, SVD by Dongarra, Bunch, Moler, Stewart

lp - linear programming

machines - short descriptions of various computers

matlab - software from the MATLAB user's group

microscope - Alfeld and Harris' system for discontinuity checking

minpack - nonlinear equations and least squares by More, Garbow, Hillstrom

misc - everything else

na-digest - archive of mailings to NA distribution list

napack - numerical algebra programs

news - Grosse's Netlib News column for na-net, SIAM News, SIGNUM Newsletter

ode - ordinary differential equations

odepack - ordinary differential equations from Hindmarsh

opt - optimization

paranoia - Kahan's floating point test

parmacs - parallel programmming macros

pascal - another "misc" library, for software written in Pascal

pchip - hermite cubics Fritsch+Carlson

picl - portable instrumented communication library for multiprocessors

pltmg - Bank's multigrid code; too large for ordinary mail

polyhedra - Hume's database of geometric solids

port - the public subset of PORT library

pppack - subroutines from de Boor's Practical Guide to Splines

quadpack - univariate quadrature by Piessens, de Donker, Kahaner

sched - environment for portable parallel algorithms in a Fortran setting.

slap - Seager + Greenbaum, iterative methods for symmetric and unsymmetric

slatec - machine constants and error handling package from the Slatec library

sparse - Kundert + Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, C sparse linear algebra

sparse-blas - BLAS by indirection

sparspak - George + Liu, sparse linear algebra core

specfun - transportable special functions

spin - simulation and validation of communication protocols, Gerard Holzmann

toeplitz - linear systems in Toeplitz or circulant form by Garbow

toms - Collected Algorithms of the ACM

typesetting - typesetting macros and preprocessors

vanhuffel - total least squares, partial SVD by Van Hufell

vfftpk - vectorized FFT; variant of fftpack

voronoi - Voronoi diagrams and Delaunay triangulations

y12m - sparse linear system (Aarhus)

-------- end of quick summary ---------

Peter J. Welcher <pjw@usna.navy.mil> also told me that ...

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NIST (former Bureau of Standards) has a tape with LINPACK, EISPACK and all

that good stuff. Fortran source. It's called cmlib. I include the readme.

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N I S T C O R E M A T H L I B R A R Y ( C M L I B )

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( Version 3.0 --- April 1988 )

A collection of non-proprietary, easily transportable Fortran

subprogram packages solving a variety of mathematical and statistical

problems.

Compiled by Ronald F. Boisvert

Sally E. Howe

David K. Kahaner

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Thanks for the info Peter.

I would also like to thank Ron Hall.

Nicky

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Nicky Ayoub nicky@davinci.concordia.ca

Dept. of E.E Concordia University

Montreal QC. H3G 1M8 (514) 848-3107

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