Contributors to GSL¶
AUTHORS file in the distribution for up-to-date information.)
Conceived GSL (with James Theiler) and wrote the design document. Wrote the simulated annealing package and the relevant chapter in the manual.
Conceived GSL (with Mark Galassi). Wrote the random number generators and the relevant chapter in this manual.
Wrote the statistical routines and the relevant chapter in this manual.
FFTs, numerical integration, random number generators and distributions, root finding, minimization and fitting, polynomial solvers, complex numbers, physical constants, permutations, vector and matrix functions, histograms, statistics, ieee-utils, revised CBLAS Level 2 & 3, matrix decompositions, eigensystems, cumulative distribution functions, testing, documentation and releases.
Wrote and documented the initial version of the root finding routines while at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Mathematical Modeling and Analysis Group.
Special Functions, Series acceleration, ODEs, BLAS, Linear Algebra, Eigensystems, Hankel Transforms.
Implementation of nonsymmetric and generalized eigensystems, B-splines, linear and nonlinear least squares, matrix decompositions, associated Legendre functions, running statistics, sparse matrices, and sparse linear algebra.
Wrote the Monte Carlo library.
Jorma Olavi Tähtinen
Wrote the initial complex arithmetic functions.
Wrote the initial heapsort routines and Cholesky decomposition.
Implementation of the random number generators in Knuth’s Seminumerical Algorithms, 3rd Ed.
Wrote the routines for generating combinations.
Wrote the cyclic functions and the initial functions for canonical permutations.
Jason H. Stover
Wrote the major cumulative distribution functions.
Wrote the routines for wavelet transforms.
Improved the implementation of the ODE solvers and wrote the ode-initval2 routines.
Implementation of the Mathieu functions.
Wrote the multiset routines.
Wrote the fixed order Gauss-Legendre quadrature routines.
Wrote the CQUAD integration routines.
Thanks to Nigel Lowry for help in proofreading the manual.
The non-symmetric eigensystems routines contain code based on the LAPACK linear algebra library. LAPACK is distributed under the following license:
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