CHEBYSHEV_SERIES is a C++ library which can evaluate a Chebyshev series approximating a function f(x), while efficiently computing one, two or three derivatives of the series, which approximate f'(x), f''(x), and f'''(x), by Manfred Zimmer.
Note that this library does not compute a Chebyshev series; it assumes that the series has already been computed, and offers an efficient means of evaluating the series and its derivatives simultaneously.
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CHEBYSHEV_SERIES is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version.
CHEBYSHEV, a C++ library which computes the Chebyshev interpolant/approximant to a given function over an interval.
CHEBYSHEV_INTERP_1D, a C++ library which determines the combination of Chebyshev polynomials which interpolates a set of data, so that p(x(i)) = y(i).
CHEBYSHEV_POLYNOMIAL, a C++ library which considers the Chebyshev polynomials T(i,x), U(i,x), V(i,x) and W(i,x). Functions are provided to evaluate the polynomials, determine their zeros, produce their polynomial coefficients, produce related quadrature rules, project other functions onto these polynomial bases, and integrate double and triple products of the polynomials.
CLAUSEN, a C++ library which evaluates a Chebyshev interpolant to the Clausen function Cl2(x).
FN, a C++ library which approximates elementary and special functions using Chebyshev polynomials; functions include Airy, Bessel I, J, K and Y, beta, confluent hypergeometric, error, gamma, log gamma, Pochhammer, Spence; integrals include hyperbolic cosine, cosine, Dawson, exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic sine, sine; by Wayne Fullerton.
POLPAK, a C++ library which evaluates a variety of mathematical functions, including Chebyshev, Gegenbauer, Hermite, Jacobi, Laguerre, Legendre polynomials, and the Collatz sequence.
TOMS446, a C++ library which manipulates Chebyshev series for interpolation and approximation; this is ACM TOMS algorithm 446, by Roger Broucke.
Manfred Zimmer
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