Algorithm 693

Algorithm 693: A FORTRAN package for floating-point multiple-precision arithmetic FM is a collection of FORTRAN-77 routines which performs floating-point multiple-precision arithmetic and elementary functions. Results are almost always correctly rounded, and due to improved algorithms used for elementary functions, reasonable efficiency is obtained.

This software is also peer reviewed by journal TOMS.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 21 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Milovanović, Gradimir V.; Igić, Tomislav S.; Turnić, Dragana: Generalized quadrature rules of Gaussian type for numerical evaluation of singular integrals (2015)
  2. Krämer, Walter: Multiple/arbitrary precision interval computations in C-XSC (2012)
  3. Kormanyos, Christopher: Algorithm 910: a portable C++ multiple-precision system for special-function calculations (2011)
  4. Smith, David M.: Algorithm 911: multiple-precision exponential integral and related functions (2011)
  5. Kirby, P.: Calculation of radial prolate spheroidal wave functions of the second kind (2010)
  6. Takahashi, Daisuke: Parallel implementation of multiple-precision arithmetic and 2,576,980,370,000 decimal digits of $\pi $ calculation (2010)
  7. Schreppers, Walter; Cuyt, Annie A.M.: Algorithm 871: A C/C++ precompiler for autogeneration of multiprecision programs. (2008)
  8. Gentle, James E.: Matrix algebra. Theory, computations, and applications in statistics (2007)
  9. Schreppers, Walter; Backeljauw, Franky; Cuyt, Annie: MPL: A multiprecision MATLAB-like environment (2005)
  10. Smith, David M.: Algorithm 814: Fortran 90 software for floating-point multiple precision arithmetic, gamma and related functions (2001)
  11. Verdonk, Brigitte; Cuyt, Annie; Verschaeren, Dennis: A precision- and range-independent tool for testing floating-point arithmetric. I: Basic operations, square root, and remainder (2001)
  12. Verdonk, Brigitte; Cuyt, Annie; Verschaeren, Dennis: A precision- and range-independent tool for testing floating-point arithmetic. II: Conversions (2001)
  13. Dyadkin, Iosif G.; Hamilton, Kenneth G.: A study of 128-bit multipliers for congruential pseudorandom number generators (2000)
  14. Kanaki, Aggeliki; Papadopoulos, Costas G.: HELAC: A package to compute electroweak helicity amplitudes (2000)
  15. Imai, Hitoshi; Takeuchi, Toshiki; Kushida, Masahiro: On numerical simulation of partial differential equations in infinite precision (1999)
  16. Smith, David M.: Algorithm 786: Multiple-precision complex arithmetic and functions (1998)
  17. Anuta, M.A.; Lozier, D.W.; Turner, P.R.: The MasPar MP-1 as a computer arithmetic laboratory (1996)
  18. Schulte, Michael J.; Swartzlander, Earl E.jun.: Software and hardware techniques for accurate, self-validating arithmetic (1996)
  19. Doman, B.G.S.; Pursglove, C.J.; Coen, W.M.: A set of Ada packages for high-precision calculations (1995)
  20. Crow, John A.: Quadrature of integrands with a logarithmic singularity (1993)

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