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Netlib is a repository of software for scientific computing maintained by AT&T, Bell Laboratories, the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Netlib comprises a large number of separate programs and libraries. Most of the code is written in Fortran, with some programs in other languages.
Netlib is indexed by the Guide to Available Mathematical Software.
Some well-known packages maintained in Netlib are:
- AMPL Solver Library (ASL)
- Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS)
The SLATEC package is special in that it comprises a number of other packages like BLAS and LINPACK.
- Netlib FAQ
- Jack J. Dongarra; Eric Grosse (May 1987). "Distribution of mathematical software via electronic mail". Communications (Association of Computing Machinery) 30 (5). doi:10.1145/22899.22904.
- Jack Dongarra, Gene Golub, Eric Grosse, Cleve Moler, Keith Moore. "Netlib and NA-Net: building a scientific computing community" (PDF). netlib.org. Retrieved 2016-02-13.
The Netlib software repository was created in 1984 to facilitate quick distribution of public domain software routines for use in scientific computation.
- Classical Fortran: Programming for Engineering and Scientific Applications "The best known repository of public-domain scientific numerical software is netlib" (2009)
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