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what are the major scientific libraries?

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whats the industry standard libraries for scientific mathematical
programming? I did a few searchs and it seems Lapack and the Gnu
Scientific Libraries are the two big ones, but what else? Any good
link collections out there? Doesn't really matter what language
(since its going to be either c/c++/fortran, right?)
Jul 19 '05 #1
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On 4 Jul 2003, Lindon wrote:
whats the industry standard libraries for scientific mathematical
programming?


Your local library
Library of Congress
British Library
etc.

Tak-Shing <g,d&r>

Jul 19 '05 #2

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On 4 Jul 2003, Lindon wrote:
whats the industry standard libraries for scientific mathematical
programming? I did a few searchs and it seems Lapack and the Gnu
Scientific Libraries are the two big ones, but what else? Any good
link collections out there? Doesn't really matter what language
(since its going to be either c/c++/fortran, right?)


Redirection: sci.math.num-analysis. As your question has
already been answered by their FAQ, it would probably be off
topic there as well.

Tak-Shing

Jul 19 '05 #3

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On 4 Jul 2003 01:35:47 -0700, li************@yahoo.com (Lindon) wrote:
whats the industry standard libraries for scientific mathematical
programming? I did a few searchs and it seems Lapack and the Gnu
Scientific Libraries are the two big ones, but what else? Any good
link collections out there? Doesn't really matter what language
(since its going to be either c/c++/fortran, right?)


www.oonumerics.org

Tom
Jul 19 '05 #4

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