Volume 26, Number 1, March 2000
- Michael C. Ferris, Michael P. Mesnier, Jorge J. Moré:
NEOS and Condor: solving optimization problems over the Internet.
- Andreas Griewank, Andrea Walther:
Algorithm 799: revolve: an implementation of checkpointing for the reverse or adjoint mode of computational differentiation.
- Flavia de Tisi, Alba Valtulina:
Remark on Algorithm 761: scattered-data surface fitting that has the accuracy of a cubic polynomial.
- Peter Benner, Ralph Byers, Eric Barth:
Algorithm 800: Fortran 77 subroutines for computing the eigenvalues of Hamiltonian matrices. I: the square-reduced method.
- Josef Leydold:
Automatic sampling with the ratio-of-uniforms method.
- Y. Charlie Hu, Guohua Jin, S. Lennart Johnsson, Dimitris Kehagias, Nadia Shalaby:
HPFBench: a high performance Fortran benchmark suite.
- Thomas F. Coleman, Arun Verma:
ADMIT-1: automatic differentiation and MATLAB interface toolbox.
- Steven M. Wise, Andrew J. Sommese, Layne T. Watson:
Algorithm 801: POLSYS_PLP: a partitioned linear product homotopy code for solving polynomial systems of equations.
- Wolfgang Hörmann:
Algorithm 802: an automatic generator for bivariate log-concave distributions.
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