Category : C Source Code
Archive   : CEPHES22.ZIP
Filename : REMESG.C

 
Output of file : REMESG.C contained in archive : CEPHES22.ZIP
/* remesg.c */
/* Global symbol declarations for Remes program */

#include "remes.h"

int IPS[P] = {0,}; /* simq() work vector */
double AA[P*P] = {0.0,}; /* coefficient matrix */
double BB[P] = {0.0,}; /* right hand side vector */
double param[P] = {0.0,}; /* solution vector */
double xx[P] = {0.0,}; /* points in approximation interval */
double mm[P] = {0.0}; /* points of maximum deviation */
double yy[P] = {0.0}; /* the error maxima */
double step[P] = {0.0}; /* step sizes for searching */
double qx = 0.0; /* function argument */
double qy = 0.0; /* accurate function value */
double qyaprx = 0.0; /* approximate function value */
double dev = 0.0; /* deviation at solution points */
double apstrt = 0.0; /* start of approximation interval */
double apwidt = 0.0; /* width of interval */
double apend = 0.0; /* end of interval */
double xm = 0.0; /* variables for search of maximum */
double xn = 0.0;
double ym = 0.0;
double yn = 0.0;
double delta = 0.0;
double eclose = 0.0;
double farther = 0.0;
double spread = 0.0; /* error spread from last iteration */
int esign = 0; /* sign of error returned by geterr */
int n = 0; /* degree of numerator polynomial */
int d = 0; /* degree of denominator polynomial */
int nd1 = 0; /* n + d + 1 */
int neq = 0; /* number of equations to solve */
int relerr = 0; /* relative error criterion flag */
int search = 0; /* flag for automatic search */
int iter = 0; /* search-solve iteration number */
int askitr = 0; /* iteration on which to stop */


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : CEPHES22.ZIP
Filename : REMESG.C

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