[R] Find zeros of analytic functions
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Apr 16 13:24:09 CEST 2007
There is no need to send this twice under different subject lines.
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007, enrico.foscolo2 wrote:
> Dear Partecipants to the list,
> I am Enrico Foscolo, a student of the Faculty of Statistics, University of Bologna,
> and I am interested under consideration of the search of zeros of one function.
> I would want to write a code using the software R.
> I have already read the book "Computing the Zeros of Analytic Functions" (P. Kravanja and M. Van Barel, 2000) that speaks about this problem, computing a Fortran 90 code.
> Consequently, I would want to ask You if:
> - already exists a R code,
I presume you mean analytic functions of a complex argument. Few R
packages use complex vectors, and none of those few do this to my
> - how can I recall a Fortran 90 function in R (Windows XP Operating System).
This is covered in 'Writing R Extensions', section 1.2.3 in the version
(2.5.0 beta) I looked at.
> My aim is to write the code for complete my work about studying functions and
> searching points of maximum and minimum (local and global).
> Many thanks for any kind of help and for Your availability.
> Enrico Foscolo
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