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Introduction to Programming using Fortran 95/2003/2008

Introduction to Programming using Fortran 95/2003/2008

In order to compile, the command prompt (Windows) or terminal interface (Unix, MAC) is required. This interface will allow commands to be typed directly into the computer (instead of using a mouse). Once started, it is typically necessary to change directories (from the default location) to the location of where the hw.f95 source file was located (from the previous steps). Changing directories is typically done with a cd <directoryName> command. For example, cd fortran (which is the name of the directory used in this example). The prompt typically changes to include the current directory location. In the example below, the commands typed by the user are displayed in bold. The regular (non-bolded) text refers to prompts or other information displayed by the computer (which need not be typed). To compile the example program, the following command would be entered:
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The New Features of Fortran 2003

The New Features of Fortran 2003

Fortran 2003 is a major extension of Fortran 95. This contrasts with Fortran 95, which was a minor extension of Fortran 90. Beside the two TR items, the major changes concern object orientation and interfacing with C. Allocatable arrays are very important for optimization – after all, good execution speed is Fortran’s forte. Exception handling is needed to write robust code. Object orientation provides an effective way to separate programming into independent tasks and to build upon existing codes; we describe these features in Section 2. Interfacing with C is needed to allow programmers ease of access to system routines which are often written in C and to allow C programmers to call efficient Fortran codes; we describe these features in Section 5. There are also many less major enhancements, described in Sections 3 and 4.
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EwE-F 1.0: an implementation of Ecopath with Ecosim in Fortran 95/2003 for coupling and integration with other models

EwE-F 1.0: an implementation of Ecopath with Ecosim in Fortran 95/2003 for coupling and integration with other models

In contrast to the EwE, the introduction of namelist and HDF5 files to be used for the operation of EwE-F may cre- ate a hindrance to its users. However, it is not necessarily more complicated than the current EwE database files (MS Access). EwE-F requires an HDF5 database file only when transferring information from Ecopath-F to Ecosim-F, and output to and input from this file does not require any user intervention. In addition, the results of both Ecopath-F and Ecosim-F models are output into TAB-delimited ASCII files, which are quite similar to the EwE’s output files, i.e. comma- separated value (CSV) ASCII files. These files can easily be opened with spreadsheet programs. The only hindrance for the user could be the preparation of the TAB-delimited ASCII input files for Ecopath-F and Ecosim-F, which how- ever is explained in the User’s Manual in detail. On the other hand, through this simple input/output scheme utilising ASCII encoded text files, the availability of EwE-F provides a further opportunity by giving Fortran modellers the possi- bility to perform detailed sensitivity and uncertainty analyses using hundreds of ensemble scenarios that can easily be pre- pared also by using modern high-level languages (e.g. Perl, Python, NCL) in addition to Fortran. For their convenience, users of EwE-F are advised to set up, test and fit their mod- els to time series data using EwE, also benefiting from the several routines included in EwE, and, thereafter, to transfer their models to EwE-F.
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Introduction to Numerical Math and Matlab Programming

Introduction to Numerical Math and Matlab Programming

data, as we did above, can be thought of envisioning the function using just the data. We will find later that we can also do other things with the function, like differentiating and integrating, just using the available data. Numerical methods, the topic of this course, means doing mathematics by computer. Since a computer can only store a finite amount of information, we will almost always be working with a finite, discrete set of values of the function (data), rather than a formula for the function.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO ALICE AND OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

AN INTRODUCTION TO ALICE AND OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

Why “Hello, World!”? One of the most useful and popular programming languages ever created was the C programming language developed at AT&T labs in the 1970s. The “Hello, World!” program first appeared in a book for the C lan- guage by two AT&T software developers, Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie. Dr. Kerninghan, who is now a professor at Princeton University, actually wrote the first “Hello World!” program for a tutorial on an earlier programming language, BCPL. Ever since then, it has been the custom for someone programming in a new language to write a version of the “Hello, World!” program as his or her first program. Congratulations, you’ve just done that in a new language. Let’s add one more instruction before saving the program.
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A Note of Growth and Inequality in Peru, 2003 2008

A Note of Growth and Inequality in Peru, 2003 2008

We can find U’s tables in many statistics texts. If we use it the column number should be the number of the larger sample and the row number should be of the smaller one. On the other hand, if we use the Z value and it doesn’t equal or exceed the critical Z value of 1.96 (95% two tailed test), then you can assume that the null hypothesis is correct and there is no difference between samples. However, if Z exceeds 1.96 then you have evidence to reject the null hypothesis. Maybe it is more convenient observing the p-value as we did in this note. Therefore, once the values of T and U are found, it is straightforward to test the null hypothesis Ho: F(x)=G(y).
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Unattended Installation on Windows Server 2003/2008

Unattended Installation on Windows Server 2003/2008

vCenter Server Heartbeat supports use of multiple NICs on each server pair. When using multiple NICs, one NIC is configured with the Principal (Public) IP address for client access and a Management IP address for administrator access while a second dedicated NIC is configured with the VMware Channel IP address. Deploying with multiple NICs provides the advantage of redundancy and also removes the risk of single point of failure that exists in single NIC configurations. To configure using multiple NICs on each server, seeMulti-NIC Configuration .

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Syllabus COP2334: Introduction to Programming in C++

Syllabus COP2334: Introduction to Programming in C++

The final exam is comprehensive and is weighted heavily in relationship to the programming assignments; this is by design. Assistance, resources and time are plentiful for the programming assignments; however, you are on your own during the exams. An exam is a test of your understanding of the content; therefore, you must prepare extensively for the exams or there will be a significant difference between your programming grades and your exam grades.

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The Effect of Foreclosures on Crime in Indianapolis, 2003-2008

The Effect of Foreclosures on Crime in Indianapolis, 2003-2008

Cameron and Trivedi (2010, p. 641) suggest that since Poisson panel estimators rely on weaker distributional assumptions, it may be preferable to estimate negative binomial panel models using the Poisson procedure, obtaining robust standard errors. With the Poisson fixed effects model, Stata provides a bootstrap procedure for obtaining the robust standard errors. As shown in the third model in Table 9, the foreclosure variable is positive and significant (p <.01) in the Poisson fixed effects model as well. For the final model, Ellen et al.(2011) use what they call a hybrid approach to estimate the FENB model following Allison (2005). They describe this estimation procedure in an appendix as follows: “…we transform the log-linear conditional mean function into mean-deviated form. Instead of the entity dummy and time variables, the D matrix now includes the independent variables in the form of deviations from the entity means and both the entity means, and the precinct*quarter dummy variables are entered into the model.”
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Introduction to C programming-1.ppt

Introduction to C programming-1.ppt

 If the conditions are true in one or more of the if statements starting in lines 21, 25, 29, 33 and 37, the corresponding body statement displays an appropriate line of text.  I[r]

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Introduction to MIPS Assembly Language Programming

Introduction to MIPS Assembly Language Programming

If a register can contain the address of a variable in memory, by extension it seems reasonable that a memory value can contain a reference to another variable at another spot in memory. This is indeed true, and this is a very common way to access data and structures. These variables are called pointer variables, and exist in the compiled executables for all programming languages. However most modern programming languages prohibit the programmer from accessing these pointer variables directly, mainly because experience with languages that allowed access to these variables has shown that most programmers do not really understand them, or the implications of using them. Accessing these pointer variables is always unsafe, and the improper use of pointers has resulted in many of the worst bugs that many programmers have encountered.
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Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide - Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials

Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide - Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials

The Fortran compiler supports four kinds of variable usage within a parallel loop: SHARE, LOCAL, LASTLOCAL, and REDUCTION. If a variable is declared as SHARE, all iterations of the loop use the same copy. If a variable is declared as LOCAL, each iteration is given its own uninitialized copy. A variable is declared SHARE if it is only read (not written) within the loop or if it is an array where each iteration of the loop uses a different element of the array. A variable can be LOCAL if its value does not depend on any other iteration and if its value is used only within a single iteration. In effect the LOCAL variable is just temporary; a new copy can be created in each loop iteration without changing the final answer. As a special case, if only the very last value of a variable computed on the very last iteration is used outside the loop (but would otherwise qualify as a LOCAL variable), the loop can be multiprocessed by declaring the variable to be LASTLOCAL. The use of REDUCTION variables is discussed later.
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Introduction to Java Programming, Comprehensive_CPCS 202.pdf

Introduction to Java Programming, Comprehensive_CPCS 202.pdf

Part IV: Data Structures and Algorithms (Chapters 20–31 and Bonus Chapters 47–48) This part covers the main subjects in a typical data structures course. Chapter 20 introduces recursion to write methods for solving inherently recursive problems. Chapter 21 presents how generics can improve software reliability. Chapters 22 and 23 introduce the Java Collection Framework, which defines a set of useful API for data structures. Chapter 24 dis- cusses measuring algorithm efficiency in order to choose an appropriate algorithm for appli- cations. Chapter 25 describes classic sorting algorithms. You will learn how to implement several classic data structures lists, queues, and priority queues in Chapter 26. Chapters 27 and 29 introduce binary search trees and AVL trees. Chapter 28 presents hashing and imple- menting maps and sets using hashing. Chapters 30 and 31 introduce graph applications. The 2-4 trees, B-trees, and red-black trees are covered in Chapters 47–48.
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GAMES IN THE SEMANTICS OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AN ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION

GAMES IN THE SEMANTICS OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AN ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION

A BSTRACT . Mathematical models are an important tool in the development of software technology, including programming languages and algorithms. During the last few years, a new class of such models has been developed based on the notion of a mathematical game that is especially well-suited to address the interactions between the components of a system. This paper gives an introduction to these game-semantical models of programming languages, concentrating on motivating the basic intuitions and putting them into context.

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Certification In SAS Programming. Introduction to SAS Program

Certification In SAS Programming. Introduction to SAS Program

PROC steps are typically used to process SAS data sets (i.e. sort data, manage data, generate reports and graphs and data analysis). Raw Data[r]

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Introduction to Server-Side Programming. Charles Liu

Introduction to Server-Side Programming. Charles Liu

HTTP Response: web content (HTML file) Client-side code: HTML, CSS, JavaScript (dynamically generated by server).. Server:?[r]

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Introduction to Programming in C++: Algorithms, Flowcharts and Pseudocode

Introduction to Programming in C++: Algorithms, Flowcharts and Pseudocode

For example, if we wish to read ten numbers and compute the average, we need a loop to count the number of numbers we have read.. Count loops are loops where the program must count the [r]

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The Missing Link: An Introduction to Web Development and Programming

The Missing Link: An Introduction to Web Development and Programming

While an IP address and a URL will bring you to a particular web server, there may be more than one way you want to interact with it, or more than one thing you want it to do. Maybe you also want the server to provide email services, or you want to use FTP to update your files. These ports act as different doors into your server, so different applications can communicate without getting in each other’s way. Certain ports are typically used for cer- tain activities, for example port 80 is the standard port for web traffic (your browser viewing a page), as opposed to ftp, which typically uses port 21. Using standard ports is not a rule, as applications can be configured to use any available port number, but it is recommended in most cases as firewalls and other security devices may require additional configuring to keep them from blocking wanted traffic because it is arriving at an unusual, fire walled, or “locked” port.
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BSP Fortran pdf

BSP Fortran pdf

The Burroughs Scientific Processor FORTRAN language processing system is designed to provide a means by which the programmer can access the high speed of the BSP and express the algorith[r]

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EKT150 Introduction to Computer Programming. Wk1-Introduction to Computer and Computer Program

EKT150 Introduction to Computer Programming. Wk1-Introduction to Computer and Computer Program

Write an algorithm that will ask user to input a number then your design will calculate and display the square of input number:.. Example 2[r]

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