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Re: Hi, ...

From: A. Scottedward Hodel
Subject: Re: Hi, ...
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 08:18:55 -0600

That depends largely on what you mean by a library of math
functions.  On one hand, all functions/subroutines/classes used in
Octave are available for linking in Octave dynamically linked
.oct files (functionally equivalent to matlab .mex files, but the
source code is not even close to interchangable).  That gives
you access to an enormous suite of linear algebra, optimization,
etc. FORTRAN codes as well as object oriented interfaces to them.

On the other hand, specialized libraries (I'm thinking of, e.g.,
SPICE device characterizations) need to be developed independently.

 S Hodel Assoc. Prof. Dept Elect Eng, Auburn Univ,AL  36849-5201
On leave at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (256) 544-1426
Address until 15 Mar 2000:Mail Code ED-13, MSFC, Alabama, 35812

>From: Andrea Ciuffoli <address@hidden>
>To: address@hidden
>Subject: Hi, ...
>Date: Fri, Jan 22, 1999, 4:04 AM

>Hi, I would like to know if Octave have a library of math functions as
>the Matlab product (libmlib0.a) ?
>I am using this library for a program that generate a electronics tube
>model parameters.
>See this page
>I need to use fmins and fminstep to find the rigth parameters of a
>fnction given a set of data.
>I want also run this program as stand alone.
>Do you have other software that can done it ?
>thank you
>My big Audio page

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