The Numerical Recipes Third Edition Code CDROM contains the complete source code in C++ for Numerical Recipes Third Edition, with many completely new routines, plus source code from Numerical Recipes Second Edition in C, Fortran 77, and Fortran 90 and Numerical Recipes First Edition in Pascal and BASIC, and more. Compatible with all computers and operating systems, the CDROM includes a Personal Single-User License that allows an individual to use the copyrighted code on any number of computers (no more than one at a time). More general licenses are available, as well as more information about the CDROM and the book -- including a fully electronic online version. Please visit www.nr.com or www.cambridge.org/us/numericalrecipes for more details. More information concerning licenses is available at: www.nr.com/licenses The Readers' Forum, for bug reports and other information on using Numerical Recipes: http://www.nr.com/forum/
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This CDROM contains the complete source code in C++ for Numerical Recipes Third Edition, plus source code from earlier editions in C, Fortran 77, Fortran 90, Pascal, and BASIC. Compatible with all computers and operating systems, the CDROM includes a Personal Single-User License.About the Author:
William H. Press holds the Raymer Chair in Computer Sciences and Integrative Biology at the University of Texas at Austin.
Saul A. Teukolsky is H. A. Bethe Professor in Physics in the Radiophysics and Space Research Department of Cornell University.
William Vetterling is a Research Fellow and Director of the Image Science Laboratory at ZINK Imaging, LLC in Waltham, MA. His career includes eight years on the physics faculty at Harvard, and 20 years of numerical modeling and laboratory research on digital imaging at Polaroid Corporation.
Brian P. Flannery is Science, Strategy and Programs Manager at Exxon Mobil Corporation.
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