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GSL includes data types and routines for complex numbers, vectors, matrices, basic linear algebra subroutines (BLAS), eigensystems, simulated annealing, minimization, root finding, pseudo-random numbers, least-squares fitting, fast Fourier transforms (FFT), differential equations, quadrature, Monte Carlo integration, special functions, physical constants, and much more.
This package provides the shared libraries required to run programs compiled with GNU GSL. To compile your own programs you also need to install libgsl0-dev.
GSL - GNU Scientific Library ============================ This is GSL, the GNU Scientific Library, a collection of numerical routines for scientific computing. GSL is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License. The GNU General Public License does not permit this software to be redistributed in proprietary programs. This library is more»
** Added an error check to trap multifit calls with fewer observations than parameters. Previously calling the multifit routines with n<p would cause invalid memory access. ** Added the Debye unit to physical constants. ** Added cumulative distribution functions for the discrete distributions, including binomial, poisson, geometric, negative binomial, pascal and hypergeometric. ** Added the fu more»
GSL(3) GSL(3) NAME gsl - GNU Scientific Library SYNOPSIS #include <gsl/...> DESCRIPTION The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a collection of routines for numerical computing. The routines are written from scratch by the GSL team in C, and present a modern Applica‐ tions Programming Inte more»
gsl (1.8-2) unstable; urgency=low * debian/rules: Add -fexceptions to CFLAGS as suggested and tes more»
2006-02-15 Brian Gough <firstname.lastname@example.org> * configure.ac: restrict darwin IEEE detection more»
Main Todo Items =============== We are looking for volunteers to do the following tasks. Consult th more»
Mark Galassi (email@example.com) - overall design, simulated annealing Jim Davies (firstname.lastname@example.org more»
* Jim McElwaine for very useful comments and discussions about the dilogarithm and related functio more»