Boisvert, R.F., Howe, S.E., and Kahaner, D.K. GAMS: A Framework
for the Management of Scientific Software, *ACM Transactions on
Mathematical Software* 11, 4 (Dec. 1985), 313-355.

Boisvert, R.F. The Guide to Available Mathematical Software
Advisory System, in *Intelligent Mathematical Software Systems*, E.
Houstis, J. Rice, and R. Vichnevetsky, eds., North-Holland, March
1990, 167--178.

Boisvert, R.F., Howe, S.E., Kahaner, D.K., and Springmann, J.L.
*The Guide to Available Mathematical Software*. National Institute
of Standards and Technology, NISTIR 90-4237 (Also PB90-216508/AS,
National Technical Information Service (NTIS), Springfield, Va.)
April 1990, (682 pages).

Boisvert, R.F., Howe, S.E. and Kahaner, D.K., The Guide to Available Mathematical Software Problem Classification System,

Boisvert, R.F., Springmann, J.L. and Strawbridge M.L, The GAMS
Virtual Software Repository, in the *Proceedings of the Thirtieth
Semi-Annual Meeting*, Cray User Group, Five Point Editorial Services,
Gaithersburg, MD, Sept. 1992, 68--72.

Boisvert, R.F. and Springmann, J.L., *Internal Structure of the Guide
to Available Mathematical Software*, June 1993, GAMS Working Note, 54
pages.

Boisvert, R.F., *Guide to Available Mathematical Software Network
Server*, July 1993, GAMS Working Note, 17 pages.

Boisvert, R.F., The Architecture of an Intelligent Virtual Mathematical
Software Repository, * Mathematics and Computers in Simulation*,
vol. 36, 1994, pp. 269-279.
[PostScript version]

Boisvert, R.F., A Web Gateway to a Virtual Mathematical Software Repository, Electronic Proceedings of the Second International World Wide Web Conference, 1994. [PostScript version]

Ronald F. Boisvert, Shirley Browne, Jack Dongarra, and Eric Grosse,
Digital Software and Data Repositories for Support of Scientific Computing,
in *Advances in Digital Libraries*, Springer-Verlag,
NY, 1995, pp. 61-72.
[PostScript version]

Ronald F. Boisvert and Bruce Miller,
Enhancing Interactivity of Software and Data Repositories with Java,
in *Proceedings of the 15th IMACS World Congress on
Scientific Computation, Modelling and Applied Mathematics*,
Volume 4: Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, A. Sydow, Ed.,
Wissenshaft & Technik Verlag, Berlin, August 1997, pp. 767-772.
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The NIST Guide to Available Mathematical Software was originally developed by

- Ronald F. Boisvert
- Sally E. Howe
- David K. Kahaner
- Jeanne L. Springmann

of the NIST Computing and Applied Mathematics Laboratory. Current members of the project are

- Ronald F. Boisvert
- Majorie McClain
- Bruce Miller

We have benefited by the advice and assistance of many others over the years, including Martin Knapp-Cordes, Janice Knapp-Cordes, Michael Strawbridge, Jeanne L. Springmann, and Shirley Browne (who developed the original http gateway). To each of them we offer thanks.

Questions or comments should be directed to

Ronald F. BoisvertMathematical and Computational Sciences Division

NIST North, Room 365

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Gaithersburg, MD 20899 USA

boisvert@nist.gov

301-975-3812

We wish to thank the following for allowing GAMS to redistribute portions of their online documentation : Cray Research, Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) Ltd., Visual Numerics, Inc.

The Guide to Available Mathematical Software (GAMS) documents software that has been made available for use by the staff of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Certain software products, both public-domain and commercial, are identified in GAMS in order to adequately document this software. Identification of such products does not imply recommendation or endorsement by NIST, nor does it imply that the identified software is the best available. Conversely, the omission of any such software does not imply its unsuitability for use.

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