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GNU Scientific Library
The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a library for numerical analysis in C and C++. It includes a wide range of mathematical routines, with over 1000 functions in total. Subject areas covered by the library include: differential equations, linear algebra, Fast Fourier Transforms and random numbers.


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released on 11 November 2015

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GPLv3orlaterKelly Hopkins12 March 2010

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Brian Gough Maintainer
Mark Galassi Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Weak prerequisite GNU m4
Weak prerequisite GNU make (all for anonymous CVS)
Weak prerequisite autoconf
Weak prerequisite BLAS library (authors recommend ATLAS; automake
Weak prerequisite libtool

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 12 November 2015.


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