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Netlib is an on-line repository of mathematical software that contains a large number of interesting codes, tables, and papers. Netlib is a compilation of resources from a variety of places, with fairly detailed indices and search mechanisms to help you find what is there. Netlib is important because of its breadth and ease of access. Whenever you need a specialized piece of mathematical software, you should look here first.   

There are three ways to access netlib: by e-mail, ftp, or WWW:

GAMS, the Guide to Available Mathematical Software, is an indexing service for Netlib and other related software repositories that can help you find what you want. Check it out at GAMS is a service of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).   

Netlib pointers

Mon Jun 2 23:33:50 EDT 1997