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 GSL(3)                           GSL Team                            GSL(3)
                           GNU Scientific Library



 NAME
      gsl - GNU Scientific Library

 SYNOPSIS
      #include <gsl/...>

 DESCRIPTION
      The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a collection of routines for
      numerical computing.  The routines are written from scratch by the GSL
      team in C, and present a modern Applications Programming Interface
      (API) for C programmers, allowing wrappers to be written for very high
      level languages.

      The library covers the following areas,

           Complex Numbers
           Roots of Polynomials
           Special Functions
           Vectors and Matrices
           Permutations
           Combinations
           Sorting
           BLAS Support
           Linear Algebra
           Eigensystems
           Fast Fourier Transforms
           Quadrature
           Random Numbers
           Quasi-Random Sequences
           Random Distributions
           Statistics
           Histograms
           N-Tuples
           Monte Carlo Integration
           Simulated Annealing
           Differential Equations
           Interpolation
           Numerical Differentiation
           Chebyshev Approximations
           Series Acceleration
           Discrete Hankel Transforms
           Root-Finding
           Minimization
           Least-Squares Fitting
           Physical Constants
           IEEE Floating-Point

      For more information please consult the GSL Reference Manual, which is
      available as an info file.  You can read it online using the shell
      command info gsl-ref (if the library is installed).




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 GSL(3)                           GSL Team                            GSL(3)
                           GNU Scientific Library



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