PCOMP
Summary:
PCOMP implements the forward and reverse mode for functions written in a FORTRANlike modeling language, a subset of FORTRAN with a few extensions. First and secondorder derivatives are supported.
URL: http://www.klausschittkowski.de/pcomp.htm
Developers:
Mode: 
Forward Reverse 
Supported Language: 
Fortran77 
Reference:
M. Dobmann, M. Liepelt, K. Schittkowski
Algorithm 746: PCOMP: A Fortran Code for Automatic Differentiation
Article in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 1995
Michael Liepelt, Klaus Schittkowski
Remark on Algorithm 746: new features of PCOMP: A Fortran Code for Automatic Differentiation
Article in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 2000
Algorithm 746: PCOMP: A Fortran Code for Automatic Differentiation
Article in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 1995
Michael Liepelt, Klaus Schittkowski
Remark on Algorithm 746: new features of PCOMP: A Fortran Code for Automatic Differentiation
Article in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 2000
Features:
PCOMP reads symbolically defined nonlinear functions that are composed of standard elementary functions, and precompiles them. Subsequently function and, in particular, derivative values up to order two can be computed directly, i.e. without numerical approximation or symbolic differentiation. Alternatively FORTRANcode for function and gradient evaluation can be generated automatically by PCOMP.
Licensing: free with restrictions
Entries in our publication database that actually use PCOMP in the numerical experiments: 4
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