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[Lapack] Bug in description of testing files

Thank you Christoph. This has been corrected.
Sincerely
Julie
On Nov 29, 2008, at 2:24 PM, Christoph Pacher wrote:

Hello,

in http://www.netlib.org/lapack/testing/ one reads

file csb.in
for  Data file for testing complex Symmetric Banded Eigenvalue Problem
routines
prec complex

file zsb.in
for  Data file for testing complex Symmetric Banded Eigenvalue Problem
routines
prec doublecomplex

file csg.in
for  Data file for testing complex Symmetric Generalized Eigenvalue
Problem routines
prec complex

file zsg.in
for  Data file for testing complex Symmetric Generalized Eigenvalue
Problem routines
prec doublecomplex

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This is not really correct, as these files (as also mentioned inside
them) are meant for testing complex HERMITIAN problems.

(I do understand the analogy to real symmetric, but they should be
called complex Hermitian not complex symmetric, which is something
different)


best regards
Christoph Pacher




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