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MODULEF runs successfully on a number of computers such as HP700, CRAY, HP/Apollo, IBM, SILICON, SUN, KSR... etc.
The library source code is given either on cartridge.
For those users working on a UNIX system, the MODULEF implementation is now facilitated by the use of a makefile for installation.
In addition, the MODULEF system requires a Fortran 77 compiler with the following two extensions:
The minimum configuration is indicated below.
These values are merely indicative as they depend on the machine used, the compilation options selected, and the executable files created (it is not obligatory to create all the executables).
This problem was solved by a simple conjugate gradient method (one D.S. AMAT and one D.S. B) with the
The organisation of the directories containing the MODULEF source code and the non-portable part is shown in figures and , respectively.
Figure: Organisation of the MODULEF source code.
Figure: Organisation of the non-portable part of MODULEF