- 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.) - W.R. Burrus and B.W. Rust,
*FERDO*, Fortran programs for unfolding radiation spectra, June 1996. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.) - J.E. Devaney, R. Lipman, M. Lo, W.F. Mitchell, M. Edwards,
J. Turner, C.W. Clark,
*PADE Version 1.4*, the Parallel Applications Development Environment, November 1995. (Available from math.nist.gov by ftp and WWW.) - M.D. Garris, J.L. Blue, G.T. Candela, D.L. Dimmick, J.C. Geist,
P.J. Grother, S.A. Janet, C.L. Wilson, "Public Domain Optical Character
Recognition," (CD available from first author), 1994.
- A. Lumsdaine, R. Pozo and K.A. Remington,
*SparseLib++*, a C++ class library for sparse matrix computations, February and August 1995. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.) - A. Lumsdaine, R. Pozo and K.A. Remington,
*IML++*, a C++ template library of modern iterative methods for solving linear systems of equations, February and August 1995. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.) - 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,
*StopWatch Version 0.8*, a Fortran 90 module for portable measurement of execution time of program segments, June 1995. Available from math.nist.gov by ftp and WWW. - W.F. Mitchell,
*MGGHAT Version 1.1*, solution of elliptic partial differential equations by high order finite elements with adaptive refinement and multigrid, June 1994. Contributed to*netlib*and*mgnet*. - R.J. Onyshczak,
*Wavelet Scalar Quantization (WSQ) Reference Encoder/Decoder*, a C Programming Language Implementation of the*WSQ Gray-scale Fingerprint Image Compression Specification*, written by the Criminal Justice Information Services, Federal Bureau of Investigation. This implementation is used to test a vendor's implementation for compliance to the FBI's specification, February 1995. (Not available to the public while vendor WSQ certification testing continues.) - R.J. Onyshczak,
*bwg*, a C Programming Language Implementation of the Biorthogonal Wavelet Generator designed by Dr. Abdou Youssef of George Washington University, in MATLAB. This program allows a user to produce a virtually unlimited number of biorthogonal wavelet filter sets useful for analysis and compression. May, 1996 (Available to the public upon request from R.J. Onyshczak.) - R. Pozo,
*Lapack++ v. 1.1*, a C++ library of linear algebra solvers for desne and structured sparse linear equations and eigenvalue systems. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.) - R. Pozo and K.A. Remington, Sparse BLAS in C, a library of basic
linear algebra subroutines for sparse matrices,
October 1995. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.)
- R. Pozo,
*MV++*, a C++ library of small, efficient, concrete vector classes and simple matrix classes, February and August 1995. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.) - K.A. Remington, Harwell-Boeing I/O routines in C, for reading
or writing matrices stored in the Harwell-Boeing sparse
matrix file format, December 1995. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.)
- K.A. Remington, X-llcreate: a GUI for creating and submitting
parallel batch jobs on NIST's IBM SP2, announced May 1995.
- K.A. Remington, X-llgms: an X-llcreate based interface for the
GAMESS quantum chemistry package on NIST's SP2, announced July 1995.
- 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.) - C.M. Wolfe, B.W. Rust, J.H. Dunn, and I.E. Brown,
*INVAR*, Fortran programs for interactive nonlinear least squares regression using the Stanford variable separable algorithm VARPRO, June 1996. (Anonymous FTP from math.nist.gov.)

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