LAWSON is a FORTRAN90 library which solves least squares problems.
The most common least squares problems considers an overdetermined M by N linear system A*X=B. A least squares solution X is sought which has the property that, although it generally is not a solution of the system, it is the best approximation to a solution, in the sense that it minimizes the L2 norm of the residual R=A*X-B.
In some cases, a unique solution to the system A*X=B will exist, and in that case the least squares solution will coincide with what is ordinarily meant by a solution.
In underdetermined cases, where multiple solutions exist, the least squares solution is usually taken to be that solution X which has minimum L2 norm, that is, which minimizes ||X||.
LAWSON is available in a FORTRAN90 version.
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