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BNALib, A Visual Basic Numerical Analysis Library for Personal Computers

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Author:C. David Eagle, Jr.
Description: The BNALib software package, provided in source code form, is a toolbox of subroutines, functions, and demonstration programs that provide numerical analysis computing capability for Visual Basic programmers. Each numerical method is a digital computer algorithm designed to help solve practical and challenging problems in engineering, science, and other technical applications. Many of these routines have been used in industry to solve flight mechanics problems in the field of aerospace engineering. BNALib can be used for analysis involving one or more of the following types of numerical calculations systems of linear equations: ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, stiff differential equations, integration (quadrature), differentiation, nonlinear equations, optimization, interpolation, least squares curve fit, nonlinear curve fit, Chebyshev approximations, statistics, complex numbers, special functions, trigonometry, vector algebra, matrix algebra, calendar/Julian date calculations, xy plotting, and utility routines. Cost and ordering information; demonstration programs.

Levels: College, Research
Languages: English
Resource Types: Topic Tools Miscellaneous
Math Topics: Numerical Analysis

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