|Need Common Lisp-compatible transcendental functions firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-03-27)|
|From:||email@example.com (Per Bothner)|
|Organization:||U of Wisconsin CS Dept|
|Date:||27 Mar 91 22:15:33 GMT|
I'm implementing a run-time system for Lisp-like languages in C++, and I
need Common Lisp-compatible transcendental functions: sin, cos, log, etc
for complex arguments. Any suggestions?
Also, does anyone have suggestions for how to treat infinities? My model
is that: +Infinity == +1/0 and -Infinity == -1/0. Is this reasonable? How
about complex numbers? Any references to designs worked out by someone
with a strong math background?
My system contains GNU code, so I need code that is compatible
with the GNU license. (Kcl isn't.)
I will summarize mail.
firstname.lastname@example.org Computer Sciences Dept, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
[F2C has C code for the entire Fortran library and is subject to a very loose
Berkeley-style license. -John]
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