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## Re: [Bug-gsl] No gsl_complex_float_math.h

**From**: |
Xuebin Wu |

**Subject**: |
Re: [Bug-gsl] No gsl_complex_float_math.h |

**Date**: |
Wed, 7 Jul 2010 17:34:21 -0700 |

I didn't find them either. But if I were you, I would like to wrap the
function gsl_complex_add with the gsl_complex_float type..Simply convert the
datatype manually will do the trick.
I think the gsl_complex_float type are for the compatibility with BLAS
routines..
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 3:28 AM, Alexander McPhail <
address@hidden> wrote:
>* Dear Bugs List,*
>
>* I cannot find definitions for basic mathematical functions over*
>* complex_float types.*
>
>* <gsl/gsl_complex.h> defines types for arrays of complex_float but I cannot*
>* find functions such as:*
>
>* complex_float gsl_complex_float_add(complex_float,complex_float);*
>* complex_float gsl_complex_float_sin(complex_float);*
>
>* Cheers,*
>
>* Vivian*
>
>* P.S. Perhaps you would like to know that there is an excellent Haskell*
>* package, hmatrix: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/hmatrix, written by*
>* Alberto Ruiz, which makes extensive use of GSL. Also, there is*
>* hmatrix-gsl-stats, which provides a Haskell wrapper to some GSL statistical*
>* functions. The hmatrix package currently can not provide a full interface*
>* to the Vector (Complex Float) type because we are waiting for the above*
>* functions.*
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