Michael Kupferschmid, «Classical Fortran»
CRC | ISBN 0824708024 | June 15, 2002 | PDF | 760 Pages | 31.3 MB
College text, self-study guide, and reference about programming computers to do calculating using FORTRAN, the original and still most widely-recognized language for engineering and scientific applications.
Classical FORTRAN is a college text, self-study guide, and reference about computer programming for numerical calculations. The book features a conversational, classroom-proven style that is easy to read and contains numerous case studies and examples. The author provides practical advice on program design, documentation, and coding style and unusually detailed coverage of floating-point arithmetic. He thoroughly discusses performance measurement and optimization and introduces parallel processing using MPI, FORTRAN-90, High Performance FORTRAN, and vector processing. The author also gives expert advice on dealing with troublesome legacy codes.