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Hi Julie,

Sure, you can use them.

The pdf / tex files I released under GPL, so basically if you  
distribute them, distribute the tex file too. This is so 10 years  
down the road, someone else can update them without redoing them  
completely. The routines list has no added copyright by me.

(Though possibly at the moment the tex files are not self contained.  
They may use things from my personal style sheet. I'll see about  
fixing that.)


On Mar 6, 2008, at 9:45 AM, julie langou wrote:

you did a really nice job.
LAPACK is working with contributors as you know.
Do you want to contribute with your webpages and quick reference  
I will be my pleasure to put your webpages on the LAPACK netlib  
website and of course mention your contribution.
Please, let me know
Feel free to suggest / comment anything on the LAPACK library, we  
need input from users like you.
On Mar 6, 2008, at 8:34 AM, Julien Langou wrote:


Can you put a post on our forum about this, please:
I'll move it as an announcment.


On Thu, 6 Mar 2008, Mark Gates wrote:


Just FYI, I compiled a version of the LAPACK list of routines
organized by task, with a short note about what each routine does.
This seemed a more useful organization of the list at


I've also been working on BLAS and LAPACK quick reference guides. In
particular I've tried to make them more readable and electronically
searchable than the existing quick reference guide. The BLAS ones  
more developed than the LAPACK ones.


Thanks for the great software.
 -mark gates

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