NOTICE
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute EXPOKIT and its
supporting documentation for non-commercial purposes, is hereby
granted without fee, provided that this permission message and
copyright notice appear in all copies. Approval must be sought for
commercial purposes as testimony of its usage in applications.
Neither the Institution (University of Queensland) nor the Author
make any representations about the suitability of this software for
any purpose. This software is provided ``as is'' without express or
implied warranty.
The work resulting from EXPOKIT has been published in ACM-Transactions
on Mathematical Software, 24(1):130-156, 1998.
The bibtex record of the citation:
@ARTICLE{EXPOKIT,
AUTHOR = {Sidje, R. B.},
TITLE = {{\sc Expokit.} {A} Software Package for
Computing Matrix Exponentials},
JOURNAL = {ACM Trans. Math. Softw.},
VOLUME = {24},
NUMBER = {1},
PAGES = {130-156}
YEAR = {1998}
}
Certain elements of the current software may include inadequacies
that may be corrected at any time, as they are discovered. The Web
always contains the latest updates.
Original Author:
Roger B. Sidje
Department of Mathematics, University of Queensland
Brisbane, QLD-4072, Australia, (c) 1996-2006 All Rights Reserved
ERRATA - Added March 23, 1999.
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Some cross-references were not resolved properly in the TOMS paper:
Page 137 (bottom) and Page 138 (top) should read:
The original large problem (5) [instead of (10)]
has been converted to the small problem (6) [instead of (11)]
Page 142 (line 7) should read
An upper bound on (12) [instead of (18)]
Page 143 (line 6) should read
the upper bound in (13) [instead of (19)]
Page 143 (line 11) should read
it is reduced by formula (10) [instead of (16)]
Page 144 (line 8)
If during the integration process (7) [instead of (12)]
Added January 10 2003
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Page 135 (bottom) last equation: 2^8 should read 2^s
page 136 (top) first equation: (2p+1) should read (2p+1)!
Added Sep 29 2004
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Page 134 (line 1-2) should read
Given the domain of applicability specified in (1) [instead of (4)]
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