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LAPACK95 Users' GuideLAPACK95 Users' Guide

V. A. Barker, L. S. Blackford, J. Dongarra, J. Du Croz, S. Hammarling, M. Marinova, J. Waśniewski, and P. Yalamov

Software, Environments, and Tools 13

LAPACK95 is a Fortran 95 interface to the Fortran 77 LAPACK library. It is relevant for anyone who writes in the Fortran 95 language and needs reliable software for basic numerical linear algebra. It improves upon the original user-interface to the LAPACK package, taking advantage of the considerable simplifications that Fortran 95 allows. LAPACK95 Users' Guide provides an introduction to the design of the LAPACK95 package, a detailed description of its contents, reference manuals for the leading comments of the routines, and example programs. For more information on LAPACK95 go to


Preface; Part I: General information. Chapter 1: Essentials; Chapter 2: Contents of LAPACK95; Chapter 3: Documentation Design and Program Examples; Chapter 4: Performance and Troubleshooting; Part II: Driver Routines. Chapter 5: Driver Routines for Linear Systems; Chapter 6: Driver Routines for Least Squares Problems; Chapter 7: Driver Routines for Standard Eigenvalue Problems; Chapter 8: Driver Routines for Generalized Eigenvalue Problems; Chapter 9: Driver Routines for Singular Value Problems; Part III: Computational Routines. Chapter 10: Computational Routines; Bibliography; Index by Keyword; Index by Routine Name.

2001 / xviii + 258 pages / Softcover / ISBN-13: 978-0-898715-04-0 / ISBN-10: 0-89871-504-0 /
List Price $70.00 / SIAM Member Price $49.00 / Order Code SE13
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