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Numerical Recipes: FORTRAN

  title={Numerical Recipes: FORTRAN},
  author={William H. Press and Saul A. Teukolsky and Brian P. Flannery and William T. Vetterling},
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.- Diskette v 2.04, 3.5'' (720k) for IBM PC, PS/2 and compatibles [DOS] Reference Record created on 2004-09-07, modified on 2016-08-08 
Formula translation in Blitz++, NumPy and modern Fortran: A case study of the language choice tradeoffs
Three object-oriented implementations of a prototype solver of the advection equation are introduced. The presented programs are based on Blitz
Excerpts from a Proposal to the National Science Foundation on Programming Environments and Tools for Advanced Scientiic Computation 2.1 Mathematical Modeling and Symbolic Computing
The blossoming of this area via commercial programs typiied by Mathematica and Maple, as well as some less widely used but still viable competitors (Axiom, Macsyma, MuPAD) might suggests that this approach is successful and needs no more academic research.
Parameterized Adaptive Multidimensional Integration Routines (PAMIR): Localization by Repeated 2^p Subdivision
This book draft gives the theory of a new method for p dimensional adaptive integration by repeated 2^p subdivision of simplexes and hypercubes. A new method of constructing high order integration
Fast floating-point processing in Common Lisp
There are a surprising number of advantages to Lisp, especially in cases where a mixture of symbolic and numeric processing is needed, and it is compared to Fortran in terms of the speed of efficiency of generated code and the structure and convenience of the language.
Calendars and Software
Abstract Meteorologists need to be able to manipulate arbitrary dates in the past, present, and future. Here calendar rules for both the Julian (old) and Gregorian (modern) calendars are reviewed.
The recursive adaptive quadrature in MS Fortran-77
It is shown that MS Fortran-77 compilers allow to construct recursive subroutines and the proposed recursive procedure can be effectively applied for creating more sophisticated quadrature codes and easily incorporated into existing programs.
The Art of Formula : Computer systems and reference books WORKING DRAFT
Some of the differences between a reference book and a textbook are discussed, along with some of the similarities between a reference book and a computer-based mathematical system. The discussion
Cuba - a library for multidimensional numerical integration
  • T. Hahn
  • Computer Science
    Comput. Phys. Commun.
  • 2005
Twinned buffering: A simple and highly effective scheme for parallelization of Successive Over-Relaxation on GPUs and other accelerators
A new scheme for parallelization of the Successive Over-Relaxation method for solving the Poisson equation over a 3-D volume outperforms the conventional Red-Black scheme by a factor of 16, compared to the fully optimised reference implementation.
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  • Computer Science
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