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GRESS: Gradient-enhanced software system. Version D User's guide

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Author(s)
E. M. Oblow

Institution
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Year
1985

Abstract
This describes a Fortran precompiler which takes as input Fortran programs. These are then differentiated using differentiation arithmetic techniques. The output is a Fortran subroutine which will calculate the value of the Jacobian of a function without using finite differencing. The packages main application is in the area of sensitivity analysis.

BibTeX
@TECHREPORT{
         Oblow1985GGe,
       AUTHOR = "Oblow, E. M.",
       TITLE = "{GRESS}: {G}radient-enhanced software system. {V}ersion {D} User's guide",
       TYPE = "{T}ech. {R}eport",
       INSTITUTION = "Oak Ridge National Laboratory",
       ADDRESS = "Oak Ridge, Tenn.",
       YEAR = "1985",
       COMMENT = "This is a user's guide to a package which incorporates differentiation
         arithmetic.",
       KEYWORDS = "Differentiation arithmetic; computer program; sensitivity analysis; preprocessor.",
       ABSTRACT = "This describes a Fortran precompiler which takes as input Fortran programs. These
         are then differentiated using differentiation arithmetic techniques. The output is a Fortran
         subroutine which will calculate the value of the Jacobian of a function without using finite
         differencing. The packages main application is in the area of sensitivity analysis."
}


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