Judith E. Devaney
William F. Mitchell
Computing and Applied Mathematics Laboratory
Charles W. Clark
National Institute of Standards and Technology
PADE -- Major Release 1.4
Tue Nov 21 11:23:10 EST 1995
Some eminent scientists sprinkle their speech with foreign or foreign-sounding phrases, and in emulation of this practice we have adopted the pronunciation of PADE as ``pah-DAY'', which incidentally honors the French mathematician Henri Padé (1863-1953). Those who telephone NIST to ask how they can get paid may engender a misunderstanding.
The PADE software and its documentation have been produced as part of work done by the U.S. Government, and are not subject to U.S. copyright.
The mention of specific products, trademarks, or brand names in PADE
documentation is for purposes of identification only. Such mention is
not to be interpreted in any way as an endorsement or certification
of such products or brands by the National Institute of Standards
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X Window System is a trademark of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
IRIX, Onyx and SGI are trademarks or registered trademarks of Silicon Graphics, Inc.
SPARCstation is a trademark of SPARC International, Inc.
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NeXT and NEXTSTEP are trademarks of NeXT Computer, Inc.
Netscape is a trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
Motorola is a registered trademark of Motorola, Inc.
CRAY, CRAY Y-MP and UNICOS are trademarks of Cray Research, Inc.