- J.L. Blue,
*RBF*, a neural network program with radial basis functions, March 1994. (E-mailed upon request; 39 copies distributed.) - M. D. Garris, J. L. Blue, G. T. Candela, D. L. Dimmick, J. Geist,
P. J. Grother, S. A. Janet, and C. L. Wilson,
*NIST Form-Based Handprint Recognition System*, a complete system for converting documents to Ascii text, July 1994 (distributed on CD-ROM, available on request; 375 copies distributed). - R.F. Boisvert and Michael L. Strawbridge,
*xgams*, an X11 graphical user interface client for the NIST Guide to Available Mathematical Software, February 1994. (Anonymous FTP from gams.nist.gov.) - R.F. Boisvert and Jeanne L. Springmann,
*gams*, a command-line user interface client for the NIST Guide to Available Mathematical Software, February 1994. (Anonymous FTP from gams.nist.gov.) - M.A. McClain,
*ENVELOPE (Version 2.01)*, a program for calculating curve envelopes, October 1993. (Distributed through GAMS.) - B.R. Miller,
*Format*, a package for pattern-directed restructuring and simplification of symbolic algebraic expressions in Macsyma, Spring, 1995. (via email from miller@cam.nist.gov) - W.F. Mitchell,
*MGGHAT Version 1.1*, an extension of MGGHAT with improved user interface and graphics, and added capability for systems of equations and time dependent problems, June 1994. (Contributed to*netlib*and*mgnet*.) - W.F. Mitchell,
*MGGHAT*, a portable FORTRAN software package for the solution of 2D linear elliptic partial differential equations, using adaptive refinement, multigrid and high order finite elements, March 1993. (Contributed to*netlib*and*mgnet*.) - R. Pozo,
*MV++*, Core Matrix and Vector Classes for numercial computing. \ (`http://math.nist.gov/mv++/`) - R. Pozo, K.A. Remington, A. Lumsdaine,
*SparseLib++*, C++ classes for unstructured sparse matrices.

(`http://math.nist.gov/sparselib++/`) - J.J. Dongarra, A. Lumsdaine, R. Pozo, K.A. Remington,
*IML++*, C++ procedures for the iterative solution of large linear systems.

(`http://math.nist.gov/iml++/`) - B.W. Rust,
*splsensgen*, Fortran programs for generating a 2-dimensional contrast sensitivity function from vertical and oblique measurements, December 1993. (E-mail from bwr@cam.nist.gov.) - B.W. Rust,
*tdamph*, Fortran programs for the Fourier analysis of 2-dimensional luminance data, December 1993. (E-mail from bwr@cam.nist.gov.) - B.W. Rust,
*marple*, Fortran programs for the spectral analysis of time-series data, December 1993. (E-mail from bwr@cam.nist.gov.) - B.W. Rust and D.P. O'Leary,
*Bracket-LS*, Fortran programs for computing interval bounds for non-negatively constrained solutions to linear systems, May 1994. (E-mail from bwr@cam.nist.gov.)