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2 edition of **FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation.** found in the catalog.

FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation.

Richard Baldwin McCammon

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Published
**1969**
by University of Kansas in Lawrence
.

Written in English

- FORTRAN (Computer program language),
- Geology -- Computer programs,
- NONLIN (Computer program language)

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Merriam, Daniel Francis, |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA76.5 M15 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 20p. |

Number of Pages | 20 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18598016M |

Fortran (/ ˈ f ɔːr t r æ n /; formerly FORTRAN, derived from Formula Translation) is a general-purpose, compiled imperative programming language that is especially suited to numeric computation and scientific computing.. Originally developed by IBM in the s for scientific and engineering applications, FORTRAN came to dominate this area of programming early on and has been in continuous. The FORTRAN IV compiler is itself a computer program that examines FORTRAN IV statements and tells the com puter how to translate the statements into machine language. The compiler runs in a minimum of 9K of core. The program written in FORTRAN IV language is called the source program. The resultant machine language.

A computer program for nonlinear estimation described previously has been modified to fit such functions for a given set of data. McCammon, R. B., , fortran iv program for nonlinear estimation: Kansas Geol. Survey Computer Contr. 34, 20 p. RedFit - Fortran 90 code by Michael Schulz and Manfred fortran Mudelsee to estimate red-noise spectra directly from unevenly fortran spaced time series, without requiring interpolation. Classical Item Analysis - Program by Seock-Ho Kim for classical item analysis source code for tests that consist of multiple-choice or true-false source code items.

Abstract. MINPACK-1 is a pack of FORTRAN subprograms for the numerical solution of nonlinear equations and nonlinear least-squares problems. This report provides an overview of the algorithms and software in the package, and includes the documentation and program listings. Test of the FORTRAN IV Subroutine TWOPNT for Solving Nonlinear Two-point Boundary Value Problems: Author: J.M. van Kats: Publisher: Academic Computer Centre, Length: 46 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

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FORTRAN IV program for estimation of cladistic relationships using the IBMby R. Bartcher, Computer applications in the earth sciences: Colloquium on classification procedures, edited by D.F. FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation.

[Richard B McCammon] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard B McCammon.

Find more information about:. The book follows The American National Standard on flowchart notation and the Fortran language.

It also covers many valuable Fortran extensions. The index is easy to use and the reference provides an abundance of material for the by: A Fortran subroutine is described and listed for solving a system of non-linear algebraic equations.

The practical implementation of the theory in the form of a FORTRAN IV program is presented, and detailed instructions for the use of this program are given. The program requires the specification of (1) a covariance function of the gravity anomalies and (2) a set of observed quantities (with known stan.

We present a Fortran program for Muller's method and, using numerical examples, we compare its efficiency to that of a good bracketing algorithm. INTRODUCTION Nerinckx and Haegemans [4] recently presented a comparative study of ten programs for calculating a real root of a nonlinear equation with one un- known, without using derivatives.

ALGORITHM A Fortran program for discrete nonlinear Chebyshev approxi- mation Charles B. Dunham (*) ABSTRACT For approximating functions with an alternating characterization of best Chebyshev approxima- thee(tions, single point exchange) Remez algorithm is used to obtain the best approximation on a finit set.

A FORTRAN IV program for interpolating irregularly spaced data using the difference equations for minimum curvature. An R-mode nonlinear mapping technique.

Henley. Pages Download PDF. Book review Full text access. PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN FORTRAN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 1. Finding the roots of an equation using BISECTION method.

Finding the roots of an equation using NEWTON'S method. Finding the roots of an equation using SECANT method. Finding the roots of a system of equations using NEWTON'S method. This program was provided with the book "Numerical Methods and Software." real_precision, FORTRAN90 codes which investigate the occasionally awkward methods for requesting a real data type with given precision.

This is the preferred method for requesting double or quadruple precision arithmetic. I This subroutine fits a non-linear function to any data set, using an iterative method as described by Draper and Smith ()*, p. Any non-linear function can be fitted, as long as partialderivatives with respect to each of its parameters can be found.

Initial estimates for the parameters have to be supplied to the subroutine. Program NAES (Nonlinear Algebraic Equation Solver) is a Fortran IV program used to solve the vector equation f(x) = 0 for x. Two areas where Program NAES has proved to be useful are the solution for initial conditions and/or set points of complex systems of differential equations and the identification of system parameters from steady-state equations and steady-state data.

Reserved words FORTRAN has no reserved words. All words have meaning based on context. For example, the following is legal, though unwise, in FORTRAN IF () IF=IF*THEN where the first use of the word IF refers to the keyword for a selection control structure, while the other uses refer to a variable named IF; likewise, THEN is used in the context of a variable in this statement.

FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation, by R.B. McCammon, FORTRAN IV computer program for fitting observed count data to discrete distribution models of binomial, Poisson and negative binomial, by C.W.

Ondrick and J.C. Griffiths, FORTRAN IV PROGRAM FOR CALCULATION OF THERMODYNAMIC DATA by Bonnie J. McBride and Sanford Gordon Lewis Research Center SUMMARY A FORTRAN IV program is described which (1) calculates thermodynamic functions (heat capacity, enthalpy, entropy, and free energy), (2) fits these functions to empirical equations, and (3) calculates, as a function of temperature, heats of formation and.

FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation, by R. McCammon, FORTRAN IV computer program for fitting observed count data to discrete distribution models of binomial, Poisson and negative binomial, by C.W.

Ondrick and J.C. Griffiths, GRAFPAC, graphic OUtPUt subroutines for the GE computer, by F. Rohlf, • There is an index of examples, giving the location of program examples that illustrate the use of many Fortran 90 features.

For an informal and tutorial approach to learning Fort the book, Programmers Guide to Fort Second Edition, by Brainerd, Goldberg, and Adams (Unicomp, Albuquerque, NM, ) is more appropriate. This report contains a set of FORTRAN subroutines written to calculate the Hasofer-Lind reliability index.

Nonlinear failure criteria and correlated basic variables are permitted. Users may incorporate these routines into their own calling program (an example program. RELANAL, is included) and must provide a. Size distributions of wind- and water-deposited sands apparently follow the hyperbolic distribution.

First partial derivatives for parameters of that distribution, and the distribution function, are programmed as FORTRAN subroutines compatible with a previously published generalized FORTRAN main program for nonlinear estimation using regression methods.

FORTRAN IV program for nonlinear estimation, by R. McCammon, FORTRAN IV computer program for fitting observed count data to discrete distribution models of binomial, Poisson and negative binomial, by C.W.

Ondrick and J.C. Griffiths. To this end, the author is willing to supply a general purpose nonlinear curve-fitting program, written in FORTRAN IVforPDP- 11 computers, whichperforms aleast-squares fitandconfidence-intervalevaluation asdescribedhere. The author gratefully acknowledges Drs.

G. K. Ackers and H. R. Halvorson fordiscussionsofthiswork.Fortran IV program for estimation of cladistic relationships using the IBM (Book, ) [] Get this from a library! Fortran IV program for estimation of cladistic relationships using the IBM.

1. Baines N.C., “ Low Development in Radial Turbine Rotors ”. THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, Google Scholar; 2. Todd C.A. and Futral S. M. Jr., “ A FORTRAN IV program to estimate the off-design performance of radial inflow turbines ”, NASA TN D, ().

Google Scholar; 3. Futral S. M. Jr. and Wasserbauer C. A., “ Off-design performance .