Fortran 90/95 for Scientists and Engineers
This text is intended for engineering undergraduates and practising engineers, and the level of mathematics should not be beyond the scope of most first year undergraduates. Emphasis is placed on modern Fortran 90/95, and also on portability and standard Fortran 90/95 so that programs can be moved from one type of computer to another. The text aims to teach students to consider the proper design of a program before they begin to code, and it covers pointers and dynamic data structures.
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algorithm allocatable arrays allocated ASCII assignment statement associated binary binary tree calculate calling arguments change Original code character string character variable clause coefficients complex number containing Date Programmer DEALLOCATE default defined derived data type Description of change DIMENSION double-precision dummy arguments EBCDIC Elemental function END PROGRAM END SUBROUTINE equation example executed explicit interface file name format descriptor Fortran 95 Fortran program Fortran statements Gauss-Jordan elimination i/o unit IMPLICIT initialized input file input values insertion sort INTEGER INTENT(IN INTENT(OUT interface block intrinsic functions irow istat LAPACK logical loop memory namelist node nvals OPEN operation output PARAMETER pointer problem processor program unit Programming Practice pseudocode ptr2 ptrl quadratic equation quiz READ statement real data type real number Record of revisions result Returns roots round-off errors scalar scoping unit shown in Figure single-precision sort specified status strl sum_x target temp type declaration statement unformatted vector WRITE statement