### Netlib Netlib at The University of Tennessee and ORNL - biggest FORTRAN library

- Netlib Software Libraries- common list
- Same list without descriptions
- LINPACK - a collection of Fortran subroutines that analyze and solve linear equations and linear least-squares problems
- EISPACK - a collection of Fortran subroutines that compute the eigenvalues and eigenvectors
- LAPACK - Fortran77 Linear Algebra PACKage, extends LINPACK and EISPACK
- FFTPACK - Fortran subprograms for the fast Fourier transform of periodic and other symmetric sequences
- NAPACK
- Fortran subroutines to solve linear systems, to estimate the condition number or the norm of a matrix, to compute determinants, to multiply a matrix by a vector, to invert a matrix, to solve least squares problems, to perform unconstrained minimization, to compute eigenvalues, eigenvectors, the singular value decomposition, or the QR decomposition
- ODE - Fortran subprograms to solve differential-algebraic systems
- ODEPACK - collection of Fortran packages to solve differential-algebraic systems
- LAPACK Benchmark - Benchmark Programs and Reports
- BLACS
- Basic Linear Algebra Communication Subprograms - a message passing interface that may be implemented efficiently and uniformly across a large range of distributed memory platforms
- ScaLAPACK
- dense and band matrix software,large sparse eigenvalue software, sparse direct systems software,preconditioners for large sparse iterative solvers
- DIERCKX - Fortran subroutines for calculating smoothing splines
- Netlib FITPACK - Fortran subroutines for calculating splines
- ITPACK - Fortran subroutines for solving large sparse linear systems by iterative methods
- LANZ - Fortran subroutines for Solving the Large Sparse Symmetric Generalized Eigenproblem
- Minpack - Fortran subroutines for solving nonlinear equations andnonlinear least squares problems
- MPI (Message Passing Interface) - parallel computing interface library
- pppack - Fortran subroutines to calculate splines
- QUADPACK - Fortran subroutines for the numerical computation of definite one-dimensional integrals

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