* GNU Scientific Library (GSL) 1.0 is released
@ 2001-11-02 17:56 Brian Gough
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The first major release of the GNU Scientific Library (1.0) is now
available for general use.
The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a collection of routines for
numerical computing in C. The routines are written from scratch by
the GSL team in ANSI C and present a modern API for C programmers,
allowing wrappers to be written for very high level languages.
GSL is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License.
The source code can be downloaded from the following locations,
The project home page is at http://sources.redhat.com/gsl/
Thanks to everyone who contributed code and bug reports, and to Red
Hat for generously providing hosting services for the project.
The library covers the following areas,
* Complex Numbers
* Roots of Polynomials
* Special Functions
* Vectors and Matrices
* BLAS Support
* Linear Algebra
* Fast Fourier Transforms
* Random Numbers
* Quasi-Random Sequences
* Random Distributions
* Monte Carlo Integration
* Simulated Annealing
* Differential Equations
* Numerical Differentiation
* Chebyshev Approximations
* Series Acceleration
* Discrete Hankel Transforms
* Least-Squares Fitting
* Physical Constants
* IEEE Floating-Point
Further information can be found in the GSL Reference Manual and on
the project homepage.
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