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The mathlib library is a large set of mathematical routines used for purposes such as evaluating special functions and integrals, numerically solving algebraic and differential equations, performing matrix and vector operations, running statistical tests, and generating random numbers in specified distributions.
Note that in order to compile and link programs against this library, you must also install the libmathlib1-dev package.
Notes on libmathlib1: --------------------- Parts of the Divon code in mathlib depend upon the non-free program Lepto, which in turn depends upon Pythia (v. 5) and Jetset. They may be obtained either by installing the apt-installer and montecarlo-installer-data packages, then running the command "apt-installer installdebs jetset pythia5 lepto6" ; or by downloading and compiling source code from more»
cernlib (2004.11.04.dfsg-0sarge1) stable; urgency=low If you are using the GEANT 3.21 libraries, you should be aware that some functions have been removed from them with this release. (If you are not using the Debian packages of GEANT 3.21, you may disregard this note.) The functions in question were discovered to contain non-free GEANT-FLUKA code (part of which had already more»
cernlib (2004.11.04.dfsg-0sarge1) stable; urgency=low * Upload repacked orig.tar.gz targeted to Sarge for licensing reasons. Mirrors the parallel upload of 2005.05.09.dfsg-1 to unstable. * Removed the directories src/geant321/peanut and src/geant321/block, as well as a number of include files in src/geant321/geant321 (see debian/deadpool.txt for details). These are all part of more»
This will only be done after the release of sarge, as it will break binary compatibility: Link math more»
This package was debianized by Kevin B. McCarty <email@example.com>. It was downloaded from the more»