ZEAL is a general purpose package for computing zeros of analytic functions. It can be used in various physical applications. More precisely, given a rectangular region W in the complex plane and an analytic function f : W -> C, such that no zero of f lies on the boundary of W, ZEAL calculates all the zeros of f that lie inside W, together with their respective multiplicities. (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)

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