NSWC library of mathematical subroutines. The NSWC library is a library of general purpose Fortran subroutines that provide a basic computational capability for a variety of mathematical activities. Emphasis has been placed on the transportability of the codes. Subroutines are available in the following areas: elementary operations, geometry, special functions, polynomials, vectors, matrices, large dense systems of linear equations, banded matrices, sparse matrices, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, l1 solution of linear equations, least-squares solution of linear equations, optimization, transforms, approximation of functions, curve fitting, surface fitting, manifold fitting, numerical integration, integral equations, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and random number generation.
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- Fukushima, Toshio: Series expansions of symmetric elliptic integrals (2012)
- Pérez-Arancibia, Carlos; Ramaciotti, Pedro; Hein, Ricardo; Durán, Mario: Fast multipole boundary element method for the Laplace equation in a locally perturbed half-plane with a Robin boundary condition (2012)
- Fukushima, Toshio: Precise and fast computation of a general incomplete elliptic integral of second kind by half and double argument transformations (2011)
- Gil, Amparo; Segura, Javier; Temme, Nico M.: Basic methods for computing special functions (2011)
- Fukushima, Toshio: Fast computation of incomplete elliptic integral of first kind by half argument transformation (2010)
- Hein, Ricardo; Durán, Mario; Nédélec, Jean-Claude: Explicit representation for the infinite-depth two-dimensional free-surface Green’s function in linear water-wave theory (2010)
- Lozier, Daniel W.: Software needs in special functions (1996)
- Van Snyder, W.: Algorithm 723: Fresnal integrals (1993)
- DiDonato, Armido R.; Morris, Alfred H.jun.: Algorithm 708: Significant digit computation of the incomplete beta function ratios (1992)