Last-Modified: $Date: 1995/09/01 06:00:49 $
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Frequency: Monthly
Welcome to of the index of resources for numerical computation
in C or C++. It is a collection of pointers to:
- free source code available on the net,
- articles and documents, especially those available over the net.
This file is
ftp://usc.edu/pub/C-numanal/numcomp-free-c.gz
ftp://ftp.math.psu.edu/pub/FAQ/numcomp-free-c
or c/numcomp-free-c on netlib (slightly outdated).
Also see the last item on http://www.math.psu.edu/OtherMath.html
The book reviews which were here have been deleted in order to
combat bloat. You can find them in
http://www.cmie.ernet.in/~ajayshah
but be warned that we have a slow leased line and our systems are only
up from 9 to 7 GMT+0530.
Please see the section "interesting sites" below to get some help on
how to retrieve software listed here.
Table of Contents:
* Explanations of fields
* The index
* f2c
* Other pointers
* Interesting sites
* Credits
The index is biased towards fields I work in.
Please send me suggestions, corrections and improvements.
-Ajay Shah, ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in
Explanations of fields
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Name if the archive has a obvious name, then that is shown.
Otherwise I invent something sensible.
Where is a pointer into a ftp site, or sufficient information to
figure that out. The information at EOF may enlighten
you if you are still stuck. Ideally I try to give information
which is explicit enough for use with (say) ftpmail.
Systems The default is Unix. If it runs on other systems this is shown,
if it does NOT run on Unix this is shown.
Language The default is ANSI C. The alternatives are K&R and C++.
Author I try to give the name(s) and email addresses. Sometimes the
email address is a contact person, even if it's not the author.
Version This tries to identify a most-recent version and gives it's date.
Description A one-line description
Comments Are a few keywords thrown in to help you egrep.
Many things are incomplete; tell me of anything which hurts your eyes.
Please point me to goodies I've overlooked. If you have source code
which may be of wide interest, please make it available to the net.
The index
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Name : AIPS++ library (beta)
Where : ftp://aips2.cv.nrao.edu/pub/aips++/RELEASED/libaips-3
Systems : Unix
Language : C++
Author : AIPS++ consortium, aips2-request@nrao.edu
Version : 3
Description : A class library under development for radio astronomical
calibration and imaging.
Comments : Released library has multidimensional array classes, FFT's
gridding of ungridded data, containers, tables, a documentation
extractor (from comments), etc.
Name : ADOL-C
Author : Andreas Griewank et al. (griewank@mcs.anl.gov)
Systems : Unix, cfront or g++
Version : 1.5 (Dec 1993)
Description : Automatic differentiation package in C++
Where : In pub/ADOLC at ftp sites
info.mcs.anl.gov and nbtf02.math.tu-dresden.de
Comments : Contains LaTeX documentation.
Associated with article in TOMS.
See book "Automatic differentiation of algorithms" edited
by George Corliss and Andreas Griewank, SIAM, Dec 1991, where
the chapter by D. Juedes lists many other automatic
differentiation packages.
Name : ajay
Where : in general on Statlib
Description : cholesky decomposition and drawing from MVN
Author : Ajay Shah, ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in
Version : 23 Sept 1991
Name : as274_fc.tar.z (42748 bytes)
Author : Alan Miller (alan@dmsmelb.mel.dms.CSIRO.AU)
Port to C and packaging by Ajay Shah (ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in)
Systems : Unix
Version : 1 May 1993
Description : High accuracy least squares routines with facilities for
WLS for a subset of variables, changing the order
of variables, dealing with singularities, calculating an
estimated covariance matrix of the coefficients.
Both fortran and C versions are presented, along with
a regression testing setup using ten test programs.
See article "Least Squares Routines to Supplement those
of Gentleman" in Applied Statistics 41(2), 1992 by
Alan Miller.
Where : pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Comments : note the .z is the new gzip compression.
Name : ASA
Where : file ASA.tar.gz. ASA.tar.Z, ASA-shar.Z, ASA-shar in
ftp.alumni.caltech.edu:/pub/ingber [131.215.139.234]
Description : adaptive simulated annealing: performing adaptive global
optimization on multivariate nonlinear stochastic systems
Language : either K&R or ANSI C
Authors : Lester Ingber (ingber@alumni.caltech.edu)
Comments : Is very actively developed.
Version : 10.3, Tue Sep 19 13:22:51 GMT+0530 1995
Name : AutoClass C
Authors : Diane Cook & Joe Potts - U. Texas at Arlington
Description : C implementation of AutoClass: an unsupervised Bayesian
classification system that seeks a maximum posterior
probability classification.
Systems : SunSparc SunOS 4.1.3
Where : http://ic-www.arc.nasa.gov:
/ic/projects/bayes-group/group/html/autoclass-c-program.html
or send e-mail to taylor@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov
Language : ANSI C, GNU gcc version 2.6.3
Version : 1.0
Comments : source code provided
Date : 26 April 95
Name : awesime
Description : a C++ task library explicitly designed for simulation.
Where : pub/cs/misc/Awesime on ftp.cs.colorado.edu
Author : Dirk Grunwald (grunwald@foobar.cs.colorado.edu)
Version : II
Name : bignum
Where : pub/bignum on rpub.msu.edu ; ripem.msu.edu
Description : directory filled with bignum software, and a file
BIGNUMS.TXT which summaries bignum alternatives.
Author : BIGNUMS.TXT is by Mark Riordan (mrr@scss3.cl.msu.edu)
The ftp site is maintained by him.
Version : April 1993.
Name : bignum.tar.Z
Where : in tars/math on einstein.mse.lehigh.edu (128.180.9.162)
Systems : Unix
Description : Arbitrary Precision Integer Arithmetic
Author : Serpette, Vuillemin, Jean-Claude Herve
Version : 23 Sept 1990
Comments : Excellent. very fast. possible problems with unalloc call.
Name : blas.cpp.shar.z
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Author : Damian McGuckin (damianm@eram.esi.com.au)
Description : a BLAS in C++
Version : beta, 8 May 1993
Name : c++ (5665 bytes)
Author : U. Ruede (ruede@informatik.tu-muenchen.de)
Description : Summary of 1992 workshop "Scientific Computing in C++"
(plain text file)
Where : mgnet/papers/Ruede on casper.cs.yale.edu
Date : August 4 1992
Name : C++SIM
Where : on arjuna.ncl.ac.uk
pub/C++SIM/Source/C++SIM_PR1.0_tar.Z
pub/C++SIM/Papers/C++SIM_EuropeA4.ps.Z
pub/C++SIM/Papers/C++SIM_USLetter.ps.Z
Description : SIMULA and SIMSET style simulation package in C++
with accompanying documentation.
Authors : Mark Little (M.C.Little@newcastle.ac.uk)
Daniel McCue (Daniel_McCue.WBST102A@xerox.com)
Version : 1.0 (June 14th 1993)
Comments : A complete simulation package for creating process based
discrete event simulation as in SIMULA. The linked-list
manipulation facilities provided by SIMSET are also
provided in the package. The system is built in an object-
oriented manner and the documentation provides information
on how it can be modified and extended. Active objects in
C++ can also be provided outside of the simulation package
by simply inheriting the desired thread characteristic.
Name : cdhc
Where : ftp://pasture.ecn.purdue.edu/pub/mccauley/grass/cdhc.tar.gz
Systems : Unix
Language : C
Author : Darrell McCauley, mccauley@ecn.purdue.edu
Version : 1.0 (12 Sep 1994)
Description : A library for testing normality & exponentiality
Comments : Draft docs at ftp://pasture.ecn.purdue.edu/pub/mccauley\
grass/tutorials/libcdhc-tutorial.ps.gz. Includes
D'Agostino's D, Anderson-Darling, Cramer-Von Mises W^2,
Kolmogorov-Smirnov, Chi-Square, Shapiro-Wilk, many others.
Expands and fixes bugs in general/cdh in statlib.
Name : cephes
Author : Stephen L. Moshier, moshier@world.std.com
Description : Emphasis on high accuracy special functions, but
also contains useful code for matrices, eigenvalues,
integration, ODEs, complex arithmetic, chebyshev approximation.
Where : the many files in directory cephes on netlib
Version : 2.2, June 1992
Name : Cfortran
Where : zebra.desy.de [131.169.2.244]
Systems : VAX VMS or Ultrix, DECstation, Silicon Graphics,
IBM RS/6000, Sun, CRAY, Apollo and HP9000.
Language : C, FORTRAN
Author : Burkhard Burow, burow@vxdesy.cern.ch, University of Toronto
Version : 2.5
Description : A set of macros (cfortran.h = 1000 lines) allowing function
calls to be made from C to FORTRAN and vice-versa.
Comments : Good compact way of calling functions without translating.
Easy to use.
Name : chernikov
Author : Ata Etemadi (atae@spva.physics.imperial.ac.uk)
Where : Volume 26, Issue 91 of comp.sources.unix
Description : computes the stochastic webs produced by the Chernikov
equations (see Nature Vol. 326, April 1987) and produces
a PGM image based on occupancy of cells. The equations
essentially describe the path of a non-relativistic
charged particle rotating about a magnetic field line,
and experiencing a periodic electric field impulse.
Version : v1.0, 3 April 1993
Name : clapack
Where : Start at http://www.netlib.org/clapack/index.html
http://www.netlib.org/clapack/clapack.tar.z (10187795 bytes)
Description : f2c translation of Lapack, with minor, mostly cosmetic
improvements.
Author : Jim Demmel (demmel@cs.berkeley.edu,
http://http.cs.berkeley.edu/~demmel)
Xiaoye Li (xiaoye@cs.berkeley.edu)
Contact lapack@cs.utk.edu
Version : Built off Lapack 2.0, 30 Sep 1994
Comments : They have ported the Lapack testing and timing code also.
Their clapack is known to pass all the tests.
Name : code++
Where : in pub/code++ on elib.ZIB-Berlin.de
Language : C++
Systems : UNIX, GNU g++ and cfront
Description : C++ class library for ordinary differential equations
and related problems. Contains lots of useful classes
for linear algebra (vectors, matrices, linear solvers,
pseudoinverses), and other utilities (minimal tool command
language, etc.).
The integration classes for ODEs are based on adaptive
extrapolation methods (explicit Euler discretization
for non-stiff, and implicit for stiff ODEs). Classes
for continuous output, stepsize freezing, and variational
equations are also provided, as well as an experimental
multiple shooting environment for BVPs.
Author : Andreas Hohmann, hohmann@sc.zib-berlin.de
Name : cvmath.cc (12263 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Systems : Unix
Language : C++
Description : An include file to make complex math look like
regular math.
Author : Leonard Kamlet, lik@engin.umich.edu
Version : 8 March 1993
Comments : The file uses a lot of operator overloading, so that
if x=a+ib and y=c+id, the code for multiplying the two
together looks like z = x*y; Also, the file includes nrutil
from Numerical Recipes, and adds the complex versions for
vectors and matrices.
Name : CVODE
Where : netlib/ode/cvode.tar.Z
Author : Choen, Scott D. and Alan C. Hindmarsh
Version : 5 October 1994
Language : Ansi C
Description : ODE solver
Comments : Integrates ODE's. BDF or Adams-Moulton Formula.
Implicit equation is solved with Functional or Newtontype
iteration. Direct or iterative solution of the lin. eq. of
the Newton iteration. Dense, diagonal, banded or sparse
approximation of the Jacobimatrix of the right hand side of
the ODE. Manual (91 p.) in postscript.
Name : dcdflib
Authors : Barry W. Brown, James Lovato, Kathy Russell
Description : Library of Routines for Cumulative Distribution
Functions, Inverses, and Other Parameters
Systems : Unix
Where : odin.mda.uth.tmc.edu in pub/unix/dcdflib.c-1.0-tar.Z
Language : K&R and ANSI C available.
Version : 1.0, February 1994
Name : dcg.shar
Where : in c on Netlib
Description : preconditioned conjugate gradient method
Author : Mark K. Seager, seager@lll-crg.llnl.gov
Name : dddd
Where : in pub/dddd on madvax.uwa.edu.au
Description : dynamical data determinism detector (works with time-series
data). exploits Open windows 3.
Systems : Unix
Version : 21 Oct 1992
Author : Dave Watson, watson@maths.uwa.edu.au
Name : Diffpack
Authors : Hans Petter Langtangen (hpl@math.uio.no)
Are Magnus Bruaset (Are.Magnus.Bruaset@si.sintef.no)
+ contributions from several other people
Description : A development environment for object-oriented simulators
based on PDEs. C++ source code and documentation.
Systems : Tested on
SGI/IRIX 5.2, C++ 3.2.1
HP/HP-UX 9.05, C++ 3.50
SPARC/Solaris 2.3, C++ 4.0
IBM/AIX 3.2.5, C++ 2.1.3.0
Relatively easy to port to other Unix platforms, does not
work very well with g++.
Where : netlib.att.com and mirror sites, directory diffpack
Language : C++ (and a few C functions for GUI)
Version : 1.0
Comments : See the Diffpack WWW Home Page on
http://www.oslo.sintef.no/avd/33/3340/diffpack
for presentation and the latest news.
Date : April 28, 1995
Name : drpn
Where : ftp://ftp.alumni.caltech.edu/pub/dank/drpn.tar.Z
Systems : Unix
Description : RPN calculator for digital signal processing
Author : Dan Kegel, JPL
Version : 1.1
Comments : A simple way to do add, multiply, FFT, sum, shift operators
on a stream of fixed-length records of data. Handles several
data types (16 bit int, 32 bit float). Used, for example, to
process a synthetic aperture radar image.
Name : dstool
Where : somewhere on macomb.tn.cornell.edu
Systems : Unix, uses xview3 and open windows 3
Description : Dynamical systems simulation package
Plots Lorenz attractors and "other chaotic things" in realtime.
Includes a expression evaluator.
Author :
Version : 1.1
Name : dtoa.c
Where : in fp on Netlib
Description : correctly rounded decimal <--> binary conversion
Name : eigen.1.01.shar.Z (80545 bytes)
Version : 1.01, 25 March 1993
Author : Nadav Har'El (nyh@gauss.technion.ac.il)
Description : Find the N largest eigenvalues and their eigenvectors of a
real matrix ( < 700x700). Includes postscript documentation.
Where : eigen directory on gauss.technion.ac.il (132.68.112.60)
Name : Euler
Where : By anonymous ftp from ftp.ku-eichstaett.de
Files : 212 kb /pub/unix/math/euler.tar.Z
Language : ANSI-C
Author : Rene Grothmann (rene.grothmann@ku-eichstaett.de)
Version : 3.18
Description : Runs on UNIX/XWindow systems (OS/2 version available).
Real and complex numbers and matrices. Lots of built in
functions. Programming language. 2D/3D plots. ASCII-
documentation and demo mode. Matlab like.
Comments : Tested on IBM Risc, Linux and Sun (with acc compiler)
Name : fec
Authors : B. Bagheri (email?)
Description : A collection of finite element libraries in C++
Where : pub/Math on karazm.math.uh.edu
Language : GNU C++
Version : 1.1
Date :
Name : FElt
Where : pub/felt on cs.ucsd.edu
Description : introductory finite element analysis
Systems : Unix commandline or Unix + X
HP-SUX, Sun, Linux, DOS.
Version : 2.0, 28 February 1994
Author : Jason Gobat, jgobat@ucsd.edu
Darren Atkinson, atkinson@ucsd.edu
Comments : postscript manual and mailing list exists.
Name : femlib-1.1.tar.gz
Author : Michael Tiller (tiller@solace.me.uiuc.edu)
Where : pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Systems : UNIX
Language : C++
Version : 1.1, June 17 1993
Description : C++ class libraries for doing Finite Element simulations,
Garbage Collection, Automatic Differentiation as
well as a library for Sparse Matrices.
Comments : This release is still pretty rough but should compile
with gcc-2.4.3, gnumake-3.6x, libg++-2.3.1 and
makedepend (from X11 distribution).
Name : fft.shar
Where : in c++ on Netlib
Description : radix 2 FFT
Name : fft-sstuff.tar.z
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : summary about FFT code in C, including lots of source
Author : Peter J. McKinney (pm860605@longs.LANCE.ColoState.Edu)
and Ron Mayer (mayer@acuson.com)
Version : 19 March 1993
Comments : Includes DDJ's improved version of Numerical Recipes four1().
Name : fftsing
Where : ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/edu/math/software/msdos/modelling/
Description : FFT of extremely long series; Singleton's mixed radix algo
Author : Javier Soley, FJSOLEY@UCRVM2.BITNET
Name : frac
Where : in c on Netlib
Description : finds rational approximation to floating point value
Author : Robert Craig, AT&T Bell Labs - Naperville
Name : fromskip
Where : send email to Skip Carter (address at EOF)
Language : C++
Description : numerical derivatives with richardson extrapolation,
runge-kutta code, monte-carlo integration, fredholm and
voltera integral equation solvers, etc.
Name : FSQP, CFSQP
Where : send email to andre@eng.umd.edu
Systems : many (including DOS)
Language : FORTRAN (FSQP), C (CFSQP) ,
Authors : Jian L. Zhou (jzhou@eng.umd.edu) and Andre L. Tits
(andre@eng.umd.edu) (FSQP);
Craig T. Lawrence (craigl@eng.umd.edu), Zhou and Tits (CFSQP).
Version : FSQP: 3.3b, 9/93; CFSQP: 2.3, 11/8/95
Description : solution of constrained continuous optimization problems,
possibly minimax (cost function is max of finitely many
functions). CFSQP also includes efficient scheme to
handle problems with many "sequentially related" objectives
or constraints (e.g., finely discretized minimax problems
or semi-infinite problems).
Comments : modified SQP scheme; successive iterates are all feasible
(inequality constraints) or "semi-feasible" (equality
constraints). 70 page manual.
keywords nonlinear minimisation maximisation
nonlinear programming
Name : fudgit_2.31.tar.Z (451691 bytes)
Author : Martin-D. Lacasse, isaac@physics.mcgill.ca
Where : pub/Fudgit on ftp.physics.mcgill.ca
Description : C-based fitting and data manipulation program (works on
top of gnuplot). Gives you a C-like interpreted script
language.
Systems : Unix only.
Comments : See entry on gnuplot elsewhere in this document.
Version : 2.31, 13 April 1993
Name : gaut
Where : in general on Statlib
Description : upper-tail probabilities on normal and t densities
Author : Ajay Shah, ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in
Version : 12 May 1991
Name : ga's
Where : pub/galist/source-code/ga-source on ftp.aic.nrl.navy.mil
(192.26.18.74)
Description : many genetic algorithm optimisation libraries, all in C
Comments : they are GAucsd 1.4 (Nici Schraudolph, nici@cs.ucsd.edu),
GENEsYS 1.0 (Thomas Baeck, baeck@home.informatik.uni-dortmund.de)
Genesis 5.0 (John J. Grefenstette, gref@aic.nrl.navy.mil),
Goldberg's SGA in C (with a nCube version) by Rob Smith,
rob@galab2.mh.ua.edu
Also see survey of GA software in file GAsoft.txt at
cs.ucsd.edu
Name : gemmw
Description : a highly portable Level 3 BLAS implementation of Winograd's
variant of Strassen's matrix multiplication algorithm
Where : in misc on Netlib
Author : Craig C. Douglas, douglas-craig@CS.YALE.EDU
Version : 22 May 1992
Name : genocop{,2}.tar.Z
Where : in coe/evol on unccsun.uncc.edu (152.15.10.88)
Description : nonlinear maximisation with linear constraints. You write C
code for the function to optimise and link into genocop.
Allowable ranges for each parameter can be defined. Author
plans to do nonlinear constraints "soon".
Author : ??, zbyszek@unccvax.ucc.edu
Version : 2
Name : geometry
Description : archive containing many programs on geometry
Where : pub/contrib/comp_geom on geom.umn.edu
Comments : Short summary as of 5 June 1993
geomview -- interactive geometry viewing for SGI IRIS
evolver -- models evolution of surfaces driven by forces
hcad -- drawing hyperbolic polyhedra in 3d poincare disk (for X)
invriemann -- inverse riemann mapping by circle packing
riemannmap -- riemann mapping by circle packing
kali - 2D euclidean symmetry pattern editor for SGI IRIS
minneview -- general 3d viewing program for SGI IRIS
polycut -- covering spaces of 3d euclidian space from inside
crsolver -- conformal mapping, complex analytic functions (NeXT)
automata -- automatic groups programs
epsilon -- utility for squashing FP roundoff errors in data files
hyper -- projective <--> conformal models of hyperbolic space
omni_interp and
interpolate -- interpolating between formatted data files
kaleido -- constructing uniform polyhedra
qhull -- general dimension convex hull computations program
snappea -- hyperbolic structures computations
vcs -- 3d voronoi diagram program
viewwld -- viewing line drawings in 3d space (for Suns)
vor2d -- 2d voronoi and delaunay diagrams, with cheyenne graphics
kaos -- interactive dynamical systems package (Suns)
Name : gle
Description : graphics layout editor
script or menu driven program for composing a graphics
page. Graphics primitives + PostScript file inclusion,
plot generation from equations or tabular data + manipulation.
Various output formats (X,ps,hpgl..) and utility programs
(contour, surface, fits..)
Systems : Unix, PC
Where : wuarchive.wustl.edu:/graphics/graphics/packages/gle
Version : 3.3b
Language : ANSI C
Author : Chris Pugmire, srghcxp@grv.grace.cri.nz
Name : gmp-1.3.tar.z
Description : GNU multiple precision library
Where : in pub/gnu on prep.ai.mit.edu
Version : 1.3, May 10 1993
Author : ?
Name : gmt
Where : kiawe.soest.hawaii.edu:/pub/gmt
Description : great scientific graphics
Author : ?
Systems : Unix
Comments : Fits the Unix philosophy. Postscript output supported.
Language : C
Name : Gnans
Where : in ftp.mathematik.uni-Bremen.de:/pub/gnans
Systems : Solaris 2.x, SunOS 4.1.x, SGI IRIX 5.x.
Language : C++
Author : Bengt Martensson
Version : 1.3, 26 August 1994
Description : Analyse deterministic and stochastic dynamic systems
Comments : A program (and language) for dynamical systems. Includes
simple scripting language. Graphical user interface. Copyleft.
There is a mailing list.
Name : gnufit10.tar.gz
Author : Carsten Grammes (cagr@rz.uni-sb.de)
Description : Gnuplot 3.2 with nonlinear regression features added
Systems : Most Unix, OS/2 2.x. Needs popen(3).
Where : pub/utils in coli.uni-sb.de
Version : 1.0
Comments : Levenberg-Marquadt nonlinear least squares
Date : 28 June 1993
Name : gnuplot3.5.tar.Z
Authors : coordinated by Alex Woo (woo@playfair.stanford.edu)
Description : plotting package for functions and data
Systems : all systems, all graphics file formats, all output devices
Where : in pub/gnuplot on ftp.dartmouth.edu
Version : 3.5
Comments : Includes probability functions, 3d plotting with contours
and hidden line removal, parametric functions. Has
manual, online help, commandline editing and a newsgroup
comp.graphics.gnuplot
Can be used as a C library.
Date : 17 August 1993
Name : go.c.Z (7288 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : Calculate gaussian quadrature rules. Translation of
Netlib: go/gausq.f using f2c with some hand-cleaning. You
need a log gamma function.
Comments : numerical integration
Name : hare (Hazard Regression)
Where : file hare (a shar file) in S directory on statlib
Author : Charles Kooperberg (clk@stat.washington.edu)
Description : estimates the conditional hazard rate based on possibly
censored data and covariates. Includes parametric and
non-parametric, additive and non-additive proportional and
non-proportional hazards model as special cases. Addition
and deletion of basis functions make the fit highly adaptive.
Version : statlib, last update April 21, 1993
Comments : actually the objective of this file is to give a end-user
of the S statistical package this functionality. But the
actual computation is done in C.
Described in Univ. of California, Berkeley, Stat tech rep 389.
Available from the author.
Name : heft (Hazard Estimation with Flexible Tails)
Where : file heft (a shar file) in S directory on statlib
Author : Charles Kooperberg (clk@stat.washington.edu)
Description : estimates the unconditional hazard rate using splines. Knot
addition, deletion and two extra tail terms make the fit
highly adaptive.
Version : statlib, last update April 21, 1993
Comments : actually the objective of this file is to give a end-user
of the S statistical package this functionality. But the
actual computation is done in C.
Described in Univ. of California, Berkeley, Stat tech rep 388.
Available from the author.
Name : hepC++.html
Authors : Marcus Speh (?)
Description : Information on C++ applications in HEP
Where : in pub/www/projects on info.desy.de
Language : access through WWW
Date : June 21 1993
Name : HL_Vector.shar
Authors : oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu, oleg@unt.edu
Description : Aitken-Lagrange interpolation over the table of uniform or
arbitrary mesh, and the Hook-Jeevse multidimensional minimizer.
Systems : Unix
Where : netlib (ftp://netlib.att.com/netlib/c++/hl_vector.shar.Z)
Language : C++ (gcc 2.5.8)
Version : 1.0
Comments : Test drivers and test run outputs are included, too. Commented.
Needs LinAlg.shar
Date : May 27, 1992
Name : hooke.c
Authors : Mark Johnson
Description : Hooke and Jeeves Algorithm
Where : netlib/opt/hooke.c
Language : C
Name : IR-STAT-PAK
Where : ftp://potomac.ncsl.nist.gov/pub/irstat/irstat.tar.gz
Systems : Written for Solaris but it has been compiled under Linux and
: SunOS. An AIX version required a few changes but not many.
: The documentation discusses the O/S specific code.
Language : ANSI C except that there are three arguments to main(). This
: is unnecessary and will be removed in the next release.
Author : J. Blustein
Version : 1.02 (released 30 August 1995)
Description : Descriptive and analytic statistics for the TREC IR trials
Comments : information retrieval recall precision Tukey
Name : ieeetest.zoo (65783 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Author : Stephen L. Moshier, moshier@world.std.com
Description : includes a improved version of paranoia, and code for
testing the precision of the C I/O library on FP I/O.
Version : 8 March 1993
Name : IND Tree Package
Where : available in the US only, contact author
Systems : Unix
Description : Tree classification routines (supervised learning) including
reimplementations of parts of CART, C4.5, and Bayesian
and MDL methods with tree smoothing and "decision graphs".
The package is made up of a collection of interconnected
Unix tools. It comes with a lot of documentation.
Author : Wray Buntine, wray@kronos.arc.nasa.gov
Version : Version 2.1, January 1993
Name : in-spice
Where : part of Spice. SPICE3E1 is free, SPICE3E2 is not-free
less-buggy.
Description : files src/lib/ni/ni{integ,comcof}.c are first- (backward
euler) and second- (trapezoidal) order integrator and a >6
order GEAR.
Name : jgraph.Z
Author : Jim Plank (jsp@princeton.edu)
Description : filter for producing {encapsulated,} postscript
using input in a script language. Presentation quality results.
Systems : Unix
Where : in pub on princeton.edu, also jgraph.shar in misc on netlib
Language : C
Version : 8.3
Comments : Very useful for post-processing the results of a computational
program. E.g. an awk program can turn numbers into jgraph
code, or a C program can generate jgraph directly.
The script language gives a very high degree of control over
the final appearance. There is a mailing list.
Date : Nov 30 1992
Name : kalman.tar.gz (22747 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Author : Skip Carter (skip@taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil)
Description : A class library for Kalman filtering
Language : C++ (works with g++ 2.4.2 also)
Version : v1.0, 3 July 1993
Name : Karma
Where : graphics/graphics/packages/karma on wuarchive.wustl.edu
Description : DSP package
Name : Kaskade
Description : Linear elliptic FEM solver written in C. Reads problem
description from plain text file - can be (mis)used as
triangular mesh generator. Graphical output under X11 and MacOS.
Mailing list.
Authors : 2-D -- Rainer Roitzsch (roitzsch@sc.zib-berlin.de)
3-D -- Bodo Erdmann (erdmann@sc.zib-berlin.de)
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fuer Informationstechnik (ZIB)
Systems : compiles on Unix and Macintosh
Where : elib.zib-berlin.de:/pub/kaskade. (The slightly outdated
user manual is in pub/kaskade/AltesZeug/tr-89-4.ps - in
english)
Name : Kinetic Compiler and Integrator (kci)
Where : ftp://mac-dev.ruc.dk/pub/kneth/kc.tar.Z
Systems : Unix and MS-DOS
Language : ANSI-C and the tools lex and yacc
Author : Kenneth Geisshirt (kneth@fatou.ruc.dk) and Keld Nielsen
Version : 1.05
Description : Chemical reaction simulator and ODE solver
Comments : The kci package is able to simulate a set of chemical
reactions and/or solve ODEs. The package also comes with
many numerical libraries e.g. matrices (very small lib.),
ODE solvers, integration of real functions, and find eigen-
values/vectors of general matrices. There is also a small
library for symbolically manipulating expressions.
Name : Lapack++
Authors : J. Dongarra, R. Pozo, D. Walker
Description : C++ version of some of lapack fortran code.
Where : ftp from netlib2.cs.utk.edu in lapack++/*
Language : C++
Version : 0.9 beta
Comments : C++ version of some of lapack fortran code.
Developmental version of proposed C++ version of lapack.
Contains blas.h++ etc, but needs Fortran library to link.
Has overview paper (9 pages ps), release notes (7 page ps)
Date :
Name : LASSPTools
Where : /pub/LASSPTools at ept.msc.cornell.edu
Systems : Unix
Description : Data manipulation and entry tools for Unix.
Author : Various people in the Cornell physics department
Comments : A diverse set of tools by various people at the Laboratory
of Atomic and Solid State Physics at Cornell. Most useful for
a set of X-windows applications and UNIX filters for
interactive data manipulation. For instance, there's a
mouse-operated track-ball that outputs a rotation matrix
describing the orientation of the ball.
Name : leda
Description : library of efficient data types and algorithms
Version : v3.0, 26 Nov 1992
Where : in pub/LEDA on ftp.cs.uni-sb.de (134.96.252.31)
Author : Stefan Naeher (stefan@mpi-sb.mpg.de)
Comments : includes code on computational geometry
There is a mailing list on it; contact listserv@dworkin.wustl.edu
Name : LinAlg.shar
Authors : oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu, oleg@unt.edu
Description : Basic Linear algebra in C++
Systems : Unix/Mac
Where : netlib (ftp://netlib.att.com/netlib/c++/lin_alg.shar.Z) or
ftp://replicant.csci.unt.edu/pub/oleg/LinAlg.shar
Language : C++
Version : 3.1
Comments : Contains declarations of the Matrix, Vector, subMatrix
over the real domain, and *efficient* and fool-proof
implementations of level 1 & 2 BLAS (element-wise operations +
various multiplications), transpositions and determinant
evaluation/inversion. There are operations on a single
row/col/diagonal of a matrix.
The "new style" of returning matrices (via LazyMatrix) and
filling them out.
See LinAlg.h for the complete list of classes and functions,
and vmatrix.cc, vvector.cc test drivers as to how the features
can be used. See README for hints.
The code made ANSI-C++ compliant and very portable
(compiles with gcc v2.6.3).
Date : Feb 7, 1995
Name : logspline
Where : file logspline (a shar file) in S directory on statlib
Author : Charles Kooperberg (clk@stat.washington.edu)
Description : logspline density estimation
fully automatic nonparametric density estimation
adaptive smoothing using splines
Version : statlib, last update April 21, 1993
Comments : actually the objective of this file is to give a end-user
of the S statistical package this functionality. But the
actual computation is done in C.
Described in Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics,
(1993), vol 1, 301-328.
Name : lpsolve
Where : volume02 of comp.sources.reviewed
Description : very good mixed integer linear program solver
Author : Michel Berkelaar (michel@es.ele.tue.nl)
Version : 1.4, 18 January 1994
Comments : Its core is a sparse matrix dual simplex LP solver. MILP
problems are solved with a branch-and-bound iteration over LP
solutions. It uses a lex+yacc parser to read a human-friendly
algebraic input format. The author has used the program to
solve LP problems up to about 30000 variables and 50000
constraints (on a 22 MFLOPS HP9000/750).
Name : lsqrft15.zip
Author : Michael Courtney (michael@amo.mit.edu)
Systems : OS/2 2.x, UNIX
Version : 1.5, 28 February 1994
Description : Non-linear least squares fitting program that opens
a pipe to gnuplot and plots data and attempted fit.
It's easy to define your own functions and recompile.
Can fit multidimensional data to functions of more
than one independent variable. You can choose whether
to vary parameters.
Language : ANSI C
Where : pub/os2/2_x/unix/lsqrft*zip on ftp.cdrom.com
Name : machar
Where : in misc on Netlib
Description : find out properties of floating point hardware
Author : William J. Cody, cody@antares.mcs.anl.gov, and Tim Hopkins
Version : October 1985
Name : madpack
Where : Netlib, in pdes/madpack
Description : MADPACK is a a compact package for solving systems of
linear equations using multigrid or aggregation
disaggregation methods. Imbedded in the algorithms
are implementations for sparse Gaussian elimination
and symmetric Gauss-Seidel (unaccelerated or
accelerated by conjugate gradients or Orthomin(1)).
This package is particularly useful for solving
problems which arise from discretizing partial
differential equations, regardless of whether finite
differences, finite elements, or finite volumes are
used.
Author : Craig Douglas, douglas-craig@cs.yale.edu
Comments : see directory mgnet on casper.cs.yale.edu too
Name : marsaglia-random
Where : archimedes.nosc.mil:pub/ada/random/*
Systems : highly portable
Language : C, Pascal, Ada
Authors : G Marsaglia, M G Harmon & T P Baker, V Broman.
Description : highly machine-independent uniform RNG,
requires 24-bit fixed point or floating point arithmetic.
953118087 different seed pairs give pseudo-random sequences
with period about 2**144. passes stringent randomness tests.
Comments : correct operation with 24-bit floats seems to require
a guard bit. failing that, try fixed point arithmetic.
Name : matcalc
Author : M. Gerberg, E.J. Moore, University of New South Wales, Australia
Version : 2.1
Systems : Unix, VMS and DOS installation scripts exist
Description : Matlab-like numerical solver. Good support of singular
problems. Well structured - easy extension with own C routines
which can use the matcalc library.
Where : netlib/matcalc on draci.cs.uow.edu.au
Name : matclass_info
Author : Keith Briggs (Keith.Briggs@physics.uwa.edu.au).
Where : Posted on sci.math.num-analysis and comp.lang.c++
Also see http://www.pd.uwa.edu.au/Keith/homepage.html
Description : A comprehensive catalog of C++ matrix classes.
I am not a C++ junkie (yet); it has a lot of information
not present here.
Version : Last posted 6 April 1994.
Name : Matclass
Description : a C++ class for numerical computation
Author : Chris Birchenhall (chris.birchenhall@mailhost.mcc.ac.uk}
Systems : Unix and PC
Where : ftp from ftp.mcc.ac.uk pub/matclass/pc and pub/matclass/unix
Comments : Offers a general purpose dense, real matrix class
Has a family of decomposition classes based on
LU, Cholesky, Householder QR and SVD
Has a family of OLS regression classes based on
above decompositons
A family of special function classes
Random number class
Has a simplified I/O structure
Very good tex manual.
Date :
Version :
Name : matcom
Authors : yak@techunix.technion.ac.il (Keren Yaron)
Description : Matlab --> C++ translator
Systems : SunOS (324k), MSW (1.1M)
Where : ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/sci/math/matlab
ftp://ftp.eeng.dcu.ie/pub/matlab/MATCOM
Language :
Version :
Comments :
Date : 21 Aug 1995
Name : matmult.tar.z
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Author : Clark Thomborson
Description : Several C-language codes for n * n matrix multiply, n a
power of 2, developed as a laboratory exercise in the
Spring of 1993 for MIT course 6.891, "Source Code
Optimization for Workstations and Supercomputers." The
sources are commented, however the recursive SRM
(shuffled-row major) algorithm is obscure. Offered "as
is" into the public domain by the course instructor.
Version : 7 May 1993
Name : matrices.asc
Where : inside ddj9106.zip in published/dr-dobbs on ftp.uu.net
Description : efficiently raise matrices to an integer power
Author : Victor Duvanenko
Version : June 1991
Name : matrix-multiply.shar.z
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : collection of net postings and email about fast matrix multiply
Includes C source.
Version : 1 May 1993, updated 4 June 1993
Comments : also see matmult.tar.z in this file.
Name : matrix.tar.Z
Where : in ftp-raimund/pub/src/Math on nestroy.wu-wien.ac.at
(137.208.3.4)
Author : Paul Schmidt, TI
Description : Small matrix library, including SOR, WLS
Name : matrix041.zip
Where : in mirrors/msdos/c on wuarchive.wustl.edu
Version : 0.41, Sept 23 1993
Description : Small matrix toolbox
Name : Matrix.tar.Z
Where : in pub ftp.cs.ucla.edu
Description : The C++ Matrix class, including a matrix implementation
of the backward error propagation (backprop) algorithm for
training multi-layer, feed-forward artificial neural networks
Version : 10 July 1993
Systems : Can use either g++ or cfront.
SunOS, Solaris 2, NeXT, SGI, Linux.
Author : E. Robert (Bob) Tisdale, edwin@cs.ucla.edu
Name : mclaughl.lst
Where : inside ddj8909.arc in published/dr-dobbs on ftp.uu.net
Description : source code (500 lines) associated with article on
Simulated Annealing by Michael P. McLaughlin.
Version : September 1989
Name : meschach
Where : in c/meschach on netlib
pub/meschach on thrain.anu.edu.au
Systems : Unix, PC
Description : a library for matrix computation; matrix,
vector, permutation, sparse matrix data structures; basic
linear algebra; min/max, sorting & componentwise operations;
dense LU, Cholesky, QR, LDL factorisations; dense
eigenvalues/vectors, singular value decomposition; sparse
matrix factorisations (LU, Cholesky, BKP); iterative
methods; error handling; input/output
Author : David E. Stewart, des@thrain.anu.edu.au
Version : 1.2a, 28 February 1994
Name : meschach
Where : in c/meschach on netlib
Systems : Unix, PC
Description : a library for matrix computation; more functionality than
Linpack; nonstandard matrices
Author : David E. Stewart, des@thrain.anu.edu.au
Version : 1.1, 8 April 1993
Name : mfloat
Where : in math on simtel.
Systems : DOS
Language : written C++ and 80x86 assembly, useful for C, C++, Pascal
Author : Kaufmann Friedrich, fkauf@fstgds06.tu-graz.ac.at
Mueller Walter, walter@piassun1.joanneum.ac.at
Version : 2.0 into beta testing 2 June 1994.
Description : fast high precision FP arithmetic (upto 77 digits)
Comments : Shareware ($25).
Name : MG-mglib.html
Authors : Marcus Speh
Description : Information on development of a C++ library for multigrid
Where : in pub/www/projects on info.desy.de
Language : access through WWW
Date : June 21 1993
Name : MIDAS
Authors : European Southern Observatory
Description : Tools for image processing and data reduction, with an
accent on applications in astronomy.
Systems : all major Unix, Linux, VMS
Where : ftphost.hq.eso.org:midaspub/linux for example
Language : ANSI C and Fortran f77.
Version : 94MAYpl2
Comments : Binaries are freely available, source is free to nonprofit
research institutions. A contact person is resy@eso.org
Date : 19 October 1994
Name : minit
Where : volume 7 of comp.sources.misc
Systems : Unix
Description : linear programming by dual simplex method
Author : Badri Lokanathan
Version : 1.0, July 1989
Comments : don't miss minit.p1
Name : mm.c and mmgen.c
Author : Mark Smotherman (mark@cs.clemson.edu)
Description : benchmarking matrix multiply
Where : in pub/programs/mark on ftp.cs.clemson.edu
Comments : includes a lot of code for fast matrix multiply
Date : 24 June 1993
Name : morrow.arc and gamaze.asc
Where : inside ddj9104.zip in published/dr-dobbs on ftp.uu.net
Description : genetic algorithm for optimisation, associated with
article on the subject by Mike Morrow.
Version : April 1991
Name : Mrandom (version 1)
Where : Comp.sources.unix, Volume 25, Issue 23, December 1991
Systems : 4.3bsd Unix
Language : C
Author : Clark Thomborson
Version : 1, 12/91
Description : bug fix for 4.3bsd Unix random()
Comments : random number generator, 4.3bsd Unix library routine
Name : Mrandom (version 2.3)
Where : anon ftp from theory.lcs.mit.edu, directory pub/cthombor,
have submitted to comp.sources.unix
Systems : 4.3bsd Unix
Language : C
Author : Clark Thomborson
Version : 2.3, 8/92
Description : bug fix for 4.3bsd Unix random(), interface to other RNGs
Comments : random number generator, 4.3bsd Unix library routine
Name : MXYZPTLK (mxyzptlk.tar.Z)
Author : Leo Michelotti (michelot@calvin.fnal.gov)
Systems : Unix, CC++, g++ (has been ported to others)
Version : 3.1 (Sep, 1994)
Description : Automatic differentiation and
: differential algebra package in C++
Where : ftp calvin.fnal.gov
: (in directory pub/outgoing/michelotti/MXYZPTLK
Comments : Contains old 1990 PostScript documentation.
: Some demo programs demonstrate features not documented.
Review : Complements ADOL-C. Features complex mode.
Easier to use, but possibly not as efficient for large problems.
(Keith Briggs (Keith.Briggs@physics.uwa.edu.au)
Name : newmat
Where : volume47, issue 38-47 of comp.sources.misc
SIMTEL msdos/cpluspls/newmat08.zip
ftp://tahi.isor.vuw.ac.nz/pub/newmat08/newmat08.tar.gz
Language : C++
Systems : Unix (g++, AT&T), MS-DOS (Borland, Watcom, MS)
Description : a very thorough matrix class
Author : Robert Davies (robert.davies@vuw.ac.nz)
Version : v8, 19 Jan 1995
Name : nlmdl
Where : in pub/arg/nlmdl at ccvr1.cc.ncsu.edu (128.109.212.20)
in volume 16 of comp.sources.misc
Language : C++
Systems : Unix, MS-DOS (Turbo C++)
Description : a library for estimation of nonlinear models
Author : A. Ronald Gallant, arg@ccvr1.cc.ncsu.edu
Comments : nonlinear maximisation, estimation, includes a real matrix class
Version : January 1991
Name : nonlinear
Where : in pub/inls-ucsd on inls.ucsd.edu
Language : various
Description : archive of programs in nonlinear dynamics, signal processing
Author : various, contact person is mbk@lyapunov.ucsd.edu (Matt Kennel)
Name : plplot4p99i.zip or plplot4p99i.tar.gz
Authors : Maurice LeBrun and Geoff Furnish
Description : scientific plotting package and Tk plotting widget
Systems : Unix, VMS, MSDOS, Amiga. Wide variety of output drivers.
Where : dino.ph.utexas.edu in /plplot
Language : Fortran, C, C++, Tcl
Version : 4.99i (beta)
Comments : Wide range of plot types including line (linear, log),
contour, 3D, fill, etc. Approx 1000 characters (including
Greek and mathematical) in extended font set (Hershey).
Strong X-windows support, with Tk plotting widget that
supports zoom, pan, dump to file or printer, page layout,
etc. Distributed rendering supported.
Date : 6 Sep 1994
Name : Project Northstar
Where : northstarftp.dartmouth.edu (129.170.24.135).
Description : courseware supporting mathematics and engineering classes
Systems : Unix, known to work on IBM,HP,Sun,DEC,Convex.
Comments : Not free, but freely available for .edu use.
Name : QMG
Author : S. Vavasis, Cornell, vavasis@parc.xerox.com
Description : Unstructured finite element mesh generation for 3D
polyhedral objects with complicated geometry
Systems : Sun/SunOS 4.1, Sun/Solaris, IBM RS6000/AIX, HP9000s800/HP-UX
Where : http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Info/People/vavasis/qmg-home.html
Language : C++
Version : 1.0
Date : 9 May 95
Name : nrutil
Where : ftp://swarm.wustl.edu/pub/nrutil/nrutil.tar.gz
Description : Appendix B of Numerical Recipes 2nd ed, a group of
vector/matrix initialisation function which NR has
standardised on.
Author : Numerical Recipes is by William Press et al.
This package is maintained by James C. Hu, jxh@cs.wustl.edu.
Version : 1 August 1994
Comments : Note this is public domain, while none of the other NR
source is.
Name : nurbs.tar.Z
Where : in /pub/misc/unix/nurbs/nurbs.tar.Z on unix.hensa.ac.uk
Author : W. T. Hewitt et.al.
Description : Data structures and procedures for creation and
manipulation of B-Spline curves and surfaces.
Name : ObjectProDSP
Authors : Mountain Math Software
Contact Paul Budnik, support@mtnmath.com
P. O. Box 2124, Saratoga, CA 95070
(408) 353-3989
Description : Tool for DSP and object framework for interactive
science and engineering applications.
Systems : Linux binaries available, you can build on any Unix+X.
Where : pub/linux/packages/dsp on tsx-11.mit.edu
pub/Linux/devel/opd on sunsite.unc.edu
Language : C++
Version : Beta 0.1, but likely to be more stable than your usual
beta 0.1 product.
Comments : Released under GPL. Copious documentation.
Date : 1 October 1994.
Name : Octave
Where : ftp.che.utexas.edu:/pub/octave/octave-M.N.tar.gz.
Binaries for some systems are also available.
Systems : Compiles and runs on SPARC, RS/6000, DEC/Ultrix,
i386/Linux, and probably most Unix systems that have a
working port of g++ and libg++. A port to OS/2 and DOS
is mostly working but not quite ready for release yet.
Language : C/C++/Fortran
Author : John W. Eaton
Version : 1.1, Mon Jan 23 10:16:43 GMT+0530 1995
Description : Matlab-like interactive system for numerical computations
Comments : Includes C++ classes for matrix manipulation, numerical
integration, and the solution of systems of nonlinear equations,
ODEs and DAEs. Distributed under the GPL.
230 page texinfo manual. 2d and 3d plotting using gnuplot.
Name : ols
Where : ftp.uu.net in usenet/comp.sources.reviewed/volume01/ols
Systems : almost anything, but it's most useful under Unix
Description : A small linear regression package dressed as a Unix tool
Author : Ajay Shah, ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in
Version : v1.00, late 1991
Name : opbdp
Where : ftp://ftp.mpi-sb.mpg.de/pub/guide/staff/barth/opbdp/
http://www.mpi-sb.mpg.de/~barth
Systems : Unix
Language : C++ (needs a compiler that supports templates)
Author : Peter Barth (barth@mpi-sb.mpg.de)
Version : 1.0 #0 (29.5.95)
Description : An implicit enumeration algorithm for solving linear 0-1
optimization problems. A bunch of heuristics for selecting
a branching literal. Several preprocessing techniques
(coefficient reduction, fixing, equation detection).
Preprocessed problem can written to a file readable for
CPLEX and lp_solve.
Comments : Technical report included. If your favorite linear-programming
based solver fails on your problem you might give opbdp a chance.
Name : p-wavelets.tar.Z
Where : ftp://pandemonium.physics.missouri.edu/pub/wavelets
: http://theory.physics.missouri.edu
Author : Eric L. Veum (veum@pandemonium.physics.missouri.edu)
Language : ANSI C
Systems : Unix, with X-windows
Version : March, 1995
Description : Compactly Supported Wavelets Transform/Inverse Transform
Comments : Transform and inverse transform for compactly supported
wavelets with variable scaling factors, of which the
special case of 2 are the Daubechies wavelets. Generates
phase space time-frequency 3-D graphics if desired.
Name : pdes (sortof)
Where : pub/pdetools at info.mcs.anl.gov
Description : extensive collection of C for linear and nonlinear systems,
derived principally from pdes.
Name : p4.tar.Z
Where : pub/p4 on info.mcs.anl.gov
Description : a library for writing parallel programs for shared-memory
or message-passing. It will work on a network of workstations
or on parallel hardware.
Author : lusk@mcs.anl.gov
Version : July 28, 1992
Name : paranoia
Where : research.att.com in dist; check netlib/paranoia too
Systems : Unix
Description : exercise the edges of your floating point implementation
Comments : also see `ieeetest' in this file.
Name : Pari/GP
Where : ftp://megrez.math.u-bordeaux.fr/pub/pari/pari-1.39a.tar.gz
Also at math.ucla.edu
Description : PARI/GP is a package which is aimed at efficient
computations in number theory, but also contains a large
number of functions unrelated to number theory. It is
somewhat related to a Computer Algebra System, but is
not really one since it treats symbolic expressions as
mathematical entities such as polynomials, series,
matrices, etc..., and not as expressions per se. However
it is often much faster than other CAS, and contains a
huge number of specific functions not found elsewhere,
essentially for use in number theory. In particular,
and especially so in the present release, there is a
very large package for working in general algebraic
number fields.
Systems : Binaries available for SPARC v7, v8, DEC Alpha, HP-PA.
In the future, Mac (68k and powerPC).
Intel hardware may have unsupported versions.
Version : 1.39a, 19 January 1995
Author : pari@math.u-bordeaux.fr
Name : pca
Where : in multi on Statlib
Description : principal component analysis
Name : perlman.Z
Where : in a on Netlib
Description : normal, chi-squared and F distributions
Author : Gary Perlman
Name : piecewise.tar.Z (68025 bytes)
Where : pub/math on monster.resmel.bhp.com.au (134.18.3.1)
Language : C
Systems : Unix (DOS if getopt available)
Description : Piecewise finds a piecewise linear approximation to a
1D function. The program provides two methods to find
the approximating segments, both satisfying an L infinity
error norm and both SUB-OPTIMAL. The user specifies the
tabulated function values and an error bound and the program
returns the endpoints of the line segments that approximate the
function. The operation is fast (essentially a single pass
through the data) and works reasonably well on data with
low noise. If the noise level is too high an alternative
approach using smoothing splines should be used.
Author : Original algorithms by Ivan Tomek and
F. Gritzali & G.Papakonstantinou
Port to C and packaging by Tim Monks (tim@resmel.bhp.com.au)
Version : 3 March 1991
Comments : keywords linear splines
Name : pierreQP.tar.Z (17680 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Author : Pierre Asselin, pa@verano.sba.ca.us
Description : Extremely good package for calculation of gaussian
quadrature rules
Comments : numerical integration
Name : polyfit.tar.Z
Description : fit polynomials to data
Where : in ftp-raimund/pub/src/Math on nestroy.wu-wien.ac.at
(137.208.3.4)
Author : Ted Stefanik, ted@adelie.Adelie.COM
Version : 8 August 1989
Name : praxis
Where : in math on Simtel
Description : derivative-free maximisation
Version : July 1987
Name : presto
Where : pub/presto1.0.tar.Z on cs.washington.edu
Language : C++
Systems : Unix-like OS on (moderate) multiprocessor machines
Description : C++ routines for fine-grained parallel programming
(lightweight threads) on multiprocessors. Tuned for the Sequent
machines, but highly adaptable and customizable.
Author : Brian N. Bershad, Edward D. Lazowska, Henry M. Levy
Version : Version 1.0 is an optimized version by John E. Faust. (All
above are from U. Washington, Seattle)
Comments : Presto was the subject of a number of research papers in
multiprocessor OS. Version 1.0 looks usable (ie not
experimental anymore).
Name : proj-4.?.tar.Z
Authors : Gerald I. Evenden (gie@charon.er.usgs.gov)
Description : Unix tool for cartographic projection and unprojection
Where : in pub on charon.er.usgs.gov
Language : ANSI and POSIX C
Comments : has beautiful (TeX) manual in postscript form
Name : psuedo.asc
Where : inside ddj9105.zip in published/dr-dobbs on ftp.uu.net
Description : implements R250 random number generator, from
S. Kirkpatrick and E. Stoll, Journal of Computational Physics,
40, p. 517 (1981).
Author : W. L. Maier
Name : Radix-2 FFT
Authors : oleg@ponder.csci.unt.edu, oleg@unt.edu
Description : Radix-2 DFT of a real or complex sequence, or sin/cos/complex
Fourier integral of an evenly tabulated function.
Systems : Unix/Mac
Where : netlib (ftp://netlib.att.com/netlib/c++/fft.shar.Z)
Language : C++ (gcc 2.5.8)
Version : 1.0
Comments : The input can be either real or complex with/without
zero padding, the full complex transform or only
real/im/abs_value part of it can be obtained.
Test drivers and test run outputs are included, too. Commented.
Needs LinAlg.shar
Date : May 27, 1992
Name : random
Where : bsd-sources/src/lib/libc/gen on gatekeeper.dec.com
Description : the BSD C library random number generator
Name : random-c
Where : in c on Simtel
Description : portable, good random number generator
Name : range.tar.Z (191867 bytes)
Where : in pub/range on math.tamu.edu
Description : C++ class for interval arithmetic.
Associated with article in TOMS, Dec 1992 title
"Precise computation using range arithmetic, via C++"
Author : Oliver Aberth and Mark J. Schaefer
Version : Dec 1992 (?)
Name : ranpm
Where : in prog/libraries on ftp.inria.fr (128.93.1.26)
also in volume5 of comp.sources.misc in "random"
Description : the Park-Miller "minimal standard" random-number generator
Author : Ajay Shah, ajayshah@cmie.ernet.in
Version : February 1992
Comments : there are several other independent implementations,
all are quite alike
Name : ranlib-c
Where : pub/unix/ranlib.c-1.1-tar.Z on odin.mda.uth.tmc.edu
Description : large library for random variate generation from many
univariate and multivariate distributions
Author : Barry Brown, bwb@odin.mda.uth.tmc.edu
Version : v1.1, 24 Mar 1994
Name : rktec.c.Z (20870 bytes)
Where : in misc on netlib, or pub/papers/Hosea on math.niu.edu
Description : computing truncation error coefficients of Albrecht's error
expansion for Runge-Kutta formulas. Version 2.1 adds
a radial stability region "plotter".
Author : Mike Hosea (mhosea@math.niu.edu)
Version : v2.1, 5 June 1994
Comments : The niu site also has some techreports.
Name : rlab
Where : ftp://evans.ee.adfa.oz.au/pub/RLaB
also
ftp://csi.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/matlab/RLaB
Files
702 kb rlab-1.19a.tar.gz
384 kb rlap-2.0.tar.gz
74 kb rblas-1.1.tar.gz
30 kb rfft-1.2.tar.gz
31 kb rnlib-1.1.tar.gz
Systems : Compiles and runs on Sun4, RS/6000, DEC/Ultrix, SysV/R4 i386,
Linux, HP-UX, SGI. Broadly, should work on any Unix.
Language : C + Fortran
Author : Ian Searle (ians@eskimo.com)
Version : 1.18d, 16-Mar-95
Description : Matrix oriented, interactive programing environment.
Rlab is _not_ a clone of languages such as those used by
tools like MATLAB or matrix_X/Xmath. However, as Rlab
focuses on creating a good experimental environment (or
laboratory) in which to do matrix math, it can be called
"MATLAB-like" since its programming language possesses
similar operators and concepts. Extensive use has been
made of the LAPACK, FFTPACK and RANLIB sources available
from netlib.
Comments : Includes online help and LaTeX manual.
There is a mailing list.
The distribution is under GPL
Name : robot
Description : a scientific graph plotting and data analysis package.
Works for Xview v3, and knows to generates postscript.
Where : in pub/astrod on ftp.astro.psu.edu (128.118.147.28)
Version : v0.46, 7 Feb 1993
Author : Robin Corbet (corbet@astro.psu.edu)
Name : rpart (113799 bytes)
Where : in general on Statlib
Description : Routines for recursive partitioning
Author : Terry Therneau, therneau@mayo.edu
Version : 9 July 1993
Name : sa.tar.gz (30473 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : library for simulated annealing
Language : versions for C, C++ and Ada exist. Works with g++ 2.4.2.
Author : Skip Carter (skip@taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil)
Version : 3 July 1993
Name : sabre.tar.Z (813499 bytes)
Where : in pub on athena.erc.msstate.edu
Description : (not clear) a linear/nonlinear simulation system
Comments : the `portable math library' directory is definitely
very useful (5k lines). I noticed some interesting
interpolation, integration, banded LU decomposition,
nonlinear solver, etc.
Author : ?
Version : ?
Name : Scilab
Authors : scilab@inria.fr
Description : Matrix--based scientific computation
Systems : Sun, RS6000, HP9000, Mips, Alpha, i386 (Linux)
Requires X.
Where : ftp.inria.fr (192.93.2.54) in INRIA/Projects/Meta2/Scilab
Language : ?
Version : 2.1
Comments : Resembles Matlab and Xmath. Has hundreds of builtin
mathematical functions, sophisticated data structures,
a high--level interpreter, a macro language, and excellent
graphics. C and fortran functions can be added as new
functions.
Comes with toolboxes for control and signal processing,
and for analysis of graphs and optimisation of utility networks.
Date : 8 March 1995
Name : sdeint.tar.z
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Systems : Unix, MS-DOS
Language : C++
Description : A Runge-Kutta like class for integrating systems of Stochastic
Differential Equations
Author : Skip Carter, skip@taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil
Version : v1.9 4 May 1993
Name : sga-c
Authors : David Goldberg
Description : C source for simple genetic algorithm
Where : ftp://ftp.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/pub/mirrors/EC/GA/src/sga-c.tar.gz
Name : sge.shar
Where : in c on Netlib
Description : Linpack functions geco, gefa, gesl and a little of BLAS;
nonstandard matrices
Author : Mark K. Seager, seager@lll-crg.llnl.gov
Version : April 88
Name : SGPC
Description : Simple Genetic Programming in C
Author : Walter Alden Tackett (tackett@ipld01.hac.com)
Where : in the pub/Users/tackett on sfi.santafe.edu
Version : 28 May 1993
Comments : genetic algorithms, nonlinear maximisation
Name : SIMATH
Author : SIMATH-Gruppe, Saarbruecken, Germany
Systems : Unix
Where : via anonymous ftp: ftp.math.uni-sb.de (134.96.32.23),
ftp.math.orst.edu (128.193.80.160) in pub/simath
Version : 3.6.1
Description : SIMATH contains a lot of C-functions over algebraic
structures as arbitrary long integers, rational
numbers, polynomials, Galois fields, matrices,
elliptic curves, algebraic number fields, modular
integers, etc. There is also an interactive calculator
(simath) which uses the C-libraries of SIMATH.
Comments : version 3.6.1 contains a handbook written in English.
The SIMATH package also includes a user interface,
which makes it possible to use the on-line
documentation of the functions and the keyword index.
It is free, but you have to first register, in order
to get a "license" file without which it won't compile.
Name : simlab
Authors : ?
Description : circuit simulation environment
Systems : Unix, optimised version for connection machine exists.
Where : rle-vlsi.mit.edu:/pub/simlab
Language : C
Name : simpack-2.1.tar.Z (287965 bytes), simpack-2.1++.tar.Z (82683 bytes)
Author : Paul A. Fishwick, fishwick@cis.ufl.edu
Description : tools for writing simulations with a EECS bias
Where : pub/simdigest/tools on bikini.cis.ufl.edu, also see
tr92-022.ps.Z from cis/tech-reports/tr92
Language : C and C++ versions exist
Version : v2.0, June 1992
Name : smirnov.shar.Z (3599 bytes)
Author : David Rapoport (actize@cea.berkeley.edu)
Version : 22 February 1993
Description : Kolmogorov Smirnov two-sample statistic
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Name : SMMS (Sparse Matrix Manipulation System)
Description : A collection of about 80 commands to do almost
anything you wish to do with sparse matrices VERY
EASILY. It is designed as an instructional and
prototyping tool, not for "production" work.
Where : /pub/smms93/* on eceserv0.ece.wisc.edu
Systems : Any Unix system with X-windows, but tested only on Sun,
HP and DEC. Also works under DOS
Language : Mostly C (any version). One or two routines in Fortran
Author : Fernando Alvarado (alvarado@engr.wisc.edu)
Version : Release 2 May 1993
Comments : Includes online help for every command and LaTeX and
PostScript versions a manual. Expandable by the user.
Release 2 handles complex sparse matrices, interval
matrices, blocked matrices adn symbolic matrices.
Visualization tools. Interfaces to Harwell routines
and Boeing-Harwell sparse matrix data.
Name : smooth.tar.Z
Description : Unix tool for smoothing
Where : in ftp-raimund/pub/src/Math on nestroy.wu-wien.ac.at
(137.208.3.4)
Author : Bill Davidsen (davisen@crd.ge.com)
Version : v1.9, 15 Aug 1989
Name : smoothwb (209947 bytes)
Authors : Lise Manchester (lise@cs.dal.ca)
David Trueman (david@cs.dal.ca)
Description : Smoothing Workbench
Systems : Unix + Xview (e.g. SunOS, Linux)
Where : in general on statlib
Language : C (2613 lines) and fortran (1458 lines)
Comments : interactive program for exploring smoothing methods
Includes postscript documentation.
Date : 28 June 1993
Name : SPARSE
Where : in sparse on Netlib
Description : library for LU factorisation for large sparse matrices
Author : Ken Kundert, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli,
sparse@ic.berkeley.edu
Name : spline29.zip
Where : in mirrors/msdos/c on wuarchive.wustl.edu
Description : Interpolation using splines under tension, dressed up as
a Unix tool
Author : James. R. Van Zandt
Version : v2.9, 21 Nov 1992
Name : |STAT
Where : in pub/stat on archive.cis.ohio-state.edu (128.146.8.52)
Description : collection of around 30 Unix tools for statistical analysis
Author : Gary Perlman (perlman@cis.ohio-state.edu)
Version : 5.4, 27 May 1993
Systems : Unix, MS-DOS
Comments : Has been in use for 13 years. There is a troff|ps manual
and man pages. Explicitly designed to work with Unix
philosophy. The file stat.tar.Z.crypt.uu is ENCRYPTED;
you have to send email asking for the password.
There is a handbook available.
Name : submit1
Where : in jcgs on Statlib
Description : damped convex minorant algorithm
Author : David Eberly, eberly@cs.unc.edu
Version : May 1992
Name : surf
Authors : Weimin Zhao, wzhao@Nimitz.mcs.kent.edu
Description : Xlib program to debug, monitor, control largescale
numerical simulations (in either fortran or C). Does
realtime 3d display.
Systems : Aix, HP-UX, Linux.
Where : sunsite.unc.edu, pub/Linux/Incoming
Version : 1.0, 12 May 1994
Name : SVDPACKC.tar.Z
Where : in pub/berry on cs.utk.edu
Systems : Sun, IBM RS/6000, HP9000, DECstation, Macintosh II/fx, Cray Y-MP
Language : C
Description : an ANSI-C library for the singular value decomposition
: of large sparse matrices. Lanczos- and subspace iteraton-
: based methods are used to iteratively compute several
: of the largest (or smallest) singular values and corres-
: ponding singular vectors. Sample UNIX C-SHELL scripts
: are provided for automatic compiling and testing of the
: library routines. Cray Y-MP compatible routines provided.
Author : Michael W. Berry (berry@cs.utk.edu)
Version : 1.0, June 1993
Name : svd.c.Z (8704 bytes)
Where : in pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : SVD based on pascal from J. C. Nash book
Author : Bryant Marks (bryant@sioux.stanford.edu)
Brian Collett (bcollett@hamilton.edu)
Version : 14 April 1993
Name : taranto-1.0.shar.Z
Where : in prog/libraries on ftp.inria.fr (128.93.1.26)
Description : portable, accurate FP to decimal conversion.
Name : totinfo
Where : in volume7 of comp.sources.misc
Description : info statistic and chi-square for 2-D contingency tables
Date : August 1989
Name : Tela
Authors :
Description : Tensor Language
Systems : Unix (SGI, Linux, Aix, Sun)
Where : ftp.funet.fi:pub/sci/math/tela/
Language :
Version : 1.21, 24 Feb 1995
Comments : Includes a C translation of FFTPACK, 20-page user manual,
FAQ, graphics examples, etc.
See http://www.geo.fmi.fi/prog/tela.html
Email addresses are tela-bugs@fmi.fi and tela-suggestions@fmi.fi
Name : Tensor.tar.Z
Authors : E. Robert Tisdale, edwin@maui.cs.ucla.edu
Description : Experimental Tensor Class
Systems : Solaris
Where : ftp://pink.cs.ucla.edu/pub/Tensor.tar.Z
pink.cs.ucla.edu is 131.179.64.80
Language : Gnu C++ 2.6.2
Date : Thu Jan 12 18:10:53 GMT+0530 1995
Name : tsp
Where : ftp://ftp.alumni.caltech.edu/pub/dank/tsp.c
Systems : Any C environment
Description : Simple heuristic Travelling Salesman Problem solver
Author : Dan Kegel - from "Discrete Optimization Algorithms," Maciej Syslo
Version : 1.1
Name : tsp_solve
Where : e-mail request to churritz@crash.cts.com
Systems : Borland, sco and Sun with gcc
Language : C++
Authors : Chad Hurwitz (churritz@crash.cts.com)
Robert.J.Craig (kat3@uscbu.ih.att.com) and anyone else who'd
like to test their own TSP tour finder's performance
Version : 1.0beta
Description : Finds Optimal and Heuristic Solutions to many types of
Traveling Salesman Problems (TSP).
Comments : tsp_solve finds optimal solutions to geometric TSPs with 100
cities in about an hour (don't go to lenscrafters for this one.)
It will soon have an asymmetric TSP optimal solution finder that
will perform at approximately the same level.
Name : using-lapack.Z (8478 bytes)
Where : pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : Notes on using Lapack through f2c.
Author : S. Sullivan (sullivan@mathcom.com)
Version : 14 April 1993
Name : vis5d
Where : vis5d.ssec.wisc.edu (128.104.231.66)
Systems : SGI, Stardent, IBM PC
Language : C, Fortran
Authors : Brian Paul (bpaul@vms.macc.wisc.edu) and Bill Hibbard
Version : 3.0 (soon to be 3.1)
Description : visualizing/animating data made by numerical weather
models and similar sources
Comments : vis5d interactively provides 3-D isosurfaces, vector-field
slices, horizontal and vertical contour and colored slices,
and ribbon "particle" trajectories (integral curves)
Name : vregion
Authors : Seth Teller, seth@tachyon.princeton.edu
Description : Computes the voronoi diagram, delaunay triangulation,
and convex hull of a two-dimensional point set. It's based
on Steve Fortune's algorithm, and partially on his
implementation.
Systems : Unix
Where : comp.sources.misc, volume 41, issue 30
Language : C
Date : 14 December 1993
Name : vspline
Where : in gcv on Netlib
Description : non-parametric estimate of a smooth vector-valued
function from noisy data
Author : Jeff Fessler
Comments : splines
Name : wavethresh (wavelet.shar)
Where : in directory S on Statlib, and anonymous ftp from
gdr.bath.ac.uk, in directory pub/masgpn
Language : C (and S functions)
Author : Guy Nason (gpn@maths.bath.ac.uk)
Version : 2.1 (March 26 1993)
Description : wavelet transform & thresholding software in C for linking
into S.
Comments : Performs 1- and 2-D discrete wavelet transforms using
Daubechie's wavelets. Also performs thresholding according to
Donoho and Johnstone.
Name : weisfeld-simplex.shar (7457 bytes)
Where : pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Description : small implementation of simplex method for linear programming.
Author : Matt Weisfeld (not on Internet)
Version : Feb 1993
Comments : associated with article in Feb 1993 CUJ.
For production use (where you want a black-box solver),
the `lpsolve' package (above) is better. If you want to
open up a simplex implementation and modify it, then this is
quite good, using the article as documentation.
Name : xgobi
Where : in general on Statlib
Systems : Unix, needs X Windows
Description : a data analysis package emphasising graphical data exploration
Author : Debby Swayne, dfs@bellcore.com
Dianne Cook, dcook@fisher.rutgers.edu
Andreas Buja, andreas@bellcore.com
Date : 23 March 1993
Comments : EDA
Name : XLispStat
Where : pub/xlispstat on umnstat.stat.umn.edu
Systems : Unix, Macintosh, MSW
Description : a statistical package
Author : Luke Tierney, luke%umnstat@umn-cs.cs.umn.edu
Version :
Comments : object-oriented, EDA, graphics, lisp
Name : xtrap.c.Z (4463 bytes)
Author : Bryan M. Gorman, gorman@scri.fsu.edu
Version : 28 July 1992
Description : extrapolation program. Supports 6 algorithms: VBS
approximants, Aitken delta-squared, Wynn epsilon algo,
Wynn rho algo, Brezenski theta algo, Levin u-transform.
Is dressed up as a Unix tool.
Where : pub/C-numanal on usc.edu
Name : xvgr/xmgr (open look or motif versions)
Where : /CCALMR/pub/acegr on amb4.ccalmr.ogi.edu
Systems : Unix, with either open look or motif
Description : graphics for EDA
Author : Paul J. Turner, pturner@amb4.ccalmr.ogi.edu
Version : 2.10, 2 May 1993
3.01 (Motif only), 17 August 1994.
Comments : Linux and SunOS 4.1.3 binaries are in bin directory
Name: Yorick
Author: David Munro - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
munro@icf.llnl.gov
Version: 1.1
Date: 18 May 1995
Description: Yorick is a very fast interpreted language designed for
scientific computing and numerical analysis. The syntax
is similar to C, but without declarative statements.
Operations between arrays yield array results, and Yorick
provides a very rich selection of multi-dimensional array
indexing operations. Yorick also features a binary I/O
package which automatically translates floating point and
integer representations on the machine where it is running
to and from the format of any other machine. Thus, you can
easily share binary files between, for example, Cray YMPs
and DEC alphas, or "teach" Yorick to read existing binary
databases. Yorick also offers an interactive graphics
package based on X windows. X-Y plots, quadrilateral
meshes, filled meshes, cell arrays, and contours are
supported. Finally, you can embed compiled routines in
custom versions of Yorick to solve problems for which the
interpreter is too slow. The primary use of Yorick to date
has been as a pre- and post-processor for large physical
simulation programs.
A binary distribution for Linux is available at sunsite.
Freely Redistributable
Language: ANSI C (some support for Fortran customization)
Keywords: interpreter, language, interactive graphics, data analysis,
post-processing
Where: ftp-icf.llnl.gov /pub/Yorick
1.4 MB yorick-1.1.tar.gz
or wuarchive.wustl.edu /languages/yorick
Systems: Sun SPARC (SunOS or Solaris), HP PA-RISC (HPUX), IBM RS/6000
(AIX), DEC alpha, SGI (IRIX), Cray YMP (UNICOS), Ix86 (Linux)
Requires ANSI C compiler. Interactive graphics requires
X window system. Tested on Sun (SunOS and Solaris), HP
PA-RISC, IBM RS/6000, DEC alpha, SGI, Cray YMP, and Linux;
should not be difficult to build on other UNIX machines.
f2c
---
In case you had not already noticed it: a public domain, industrial
strength, fortran-to-C translator named f2c exists. It has one great
strength and one great weakness: "It is a true compiler". Thus the
code generated always "works", at the price of frequently looking like
fortran.
A lot of useful fortran libraries can readily be turned into working C
using f2c, and the resulting C can often be made almost human after
some hand-editing. The weakest link of f2c is code which involves
matrices.
A pointer to f2c is at EOF. f2c is also inside Netlib, so you are
probably better off figuring out how to use Netlib.
Other pointers
--------------
There is a lot of interesting C source in these fields which I know nothing
about:
- signal processing
- pattern recognition, neural networks
The comp.dsp FAQ has some pointers to source code.
Please send me complete entries to include in the above index.
A lot of 3rd party source code which hooks into the S statistical package
uses computational engines written in C. With a little work you can extract
useful source from this. Look in the S directory on Statlib for more
pointers. If you find something which is remarkably useful and easy
to extract, please tell me about it.
The same phenomenon operates to some extent for the XLispStat package.
Look around on the umnstat.stat.umn.edu site.
Interesting sites
-----------------
If you don't have ftp access, send email to ftpmail@decwrl.dec.com
saying "help". You will get instructions on how to do ftp via email.
Juhana Kouhia (jk87377@cs.tut.fi) has setup a very nice service:
Everything in this index (except for what is on {net,stat}lib) is
mirrored in pub/sci/math/numcomp-free-c on nic.funet.fi
Note: this site is in finland. If you are in the US, please try
to find a site closer to you.
source-code newsgroups:
ftp.uu.net (e.g. usenet/comp.sources.reviewed archives the
comp.sources.reviewed newsgroup).
f2c:
netlib/f2c on netlib.att.com
pub/gnu on prep.ai.mit.edu
Netlib:
netlib.att.com email, ftp
ornl.gov email, xnetlib
nac.no email, xnetlib for Europe
(e.g. send email to netlib@ornl.gov to access by email)
unix.hensa.ac.uk is a mail server useful for Europe.
ci.cs.uow.edu.au (130.130.64.3) in Australia
Statlib:
lib.stat.cmu.edu (as statlib)
dmssyd.syd.dms.csiro.au (130.155.96.1)
others:
qiclab.scn.rain.com has a small collection in pub/math, including
fft stuff not listed above. elib.ZIB-Berlin.de is quite interesting
too.
Credits
-------
The following people helped me put this index together:
Bardo Muller bardo@gonzales.ief-paris-sud.fr
David E. Stewart des@thrain.anu.edu.au
Skip Carter skip@taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil
http://taygeta.oc.nps.navy.mil/skips_home.html
John Gregory jwg@db.cray.com
John Eaton jwe@che.utexas.edu
P. G. Hamer P.G.Hamer@bnr.co.uk
Alan Magnuson awm@osc.edu
David Rapoport actize@garnet.berkeley.edu
Peter Fraenkel pnf@pwcm.com
Martin-D. Lacasse isaac@physics.mcgill.ca
Matthew Koebbe phaedrus@alioth.cc.nps.navy.mil
Nicolas Ratier ratier@laas.laas.fr
Henri Cohen cohen@merak.greco-prog.fr
Bill Hutchison bhutchi@godiva.ssw.com
Ronald F. Guilmette segfault!rfg@netcom.com
Jay Han han@corto.inria.fr
Van Snyder vsnyder@math.Jpl.Nasa.Gov
Alan Cabrera adc@tardis.cl.msu.edu
Vincent Broman broman@peanuts.nosc.mil
Piercarlo Grandi pcg@aberystwyth.ac.uk
Abed Hammoud abed@saturn.wustl.edu
Richard A. O'Keefe ok@goanna.cs.rmit.OZ.AU
Fumiaki Kamiya kamiya@slinky.cs.nyu.edu
Keith Briggs Keith.Briggs@physics.uwa.edu.au
Brian Glendenning bglenden@colobus.CV.NRAO.EDU
Bill Gropp gropp@mcs.anl.gov
Emmett McLean emclean@sfsuvax1.sfsu.edu
Wenfu Ku wk02@lehigh.edu
Adrian Ireland aireland@hsc.usc.edu
Alexander Frink FRINK@MZDMZA.ZDV.UNI-MAINZ.DE
Douglas N Arnold dna@math.psu.edu
Jens Ehlers je@ganymed.mt2.tu-harburg.de
Bruce Haggerty haggerty@acf2.NYU.EDU
Peter Espen espen@math.unm.edu
M J Olesen olesen@weber.me.queensu.ca
Vincent Broman broman@nosc.mil
Of course, we owe infinite gratitude to the authors themselves, for
making their work available in the public domain.