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Oxford University Press
01 August 2004
Authored by three leading experts in the development of the language, this is a complete and authoritative description of the two languages (Fortran 95 and Fortran 2003). It is intended for new and existing users of Fortran, and for all those involved in scientific and numerical computing. It is suitable as textbook for teaching and, with its extensive index, as a handy reference for practitioners.
By:   Michael Metcalf (Formerly of the Information Technology Division CERN Geneva Switzerland), John Reid (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford), Malcolm Cohen (Numerical Algorithm Group, Oxford)
Imprint:   Oxford University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   3rd Revised edition
Dimensions:   Height: 248mm,  Width: 175mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   883g
ISBN:   9780198526926
ISBN 10:   019852692X
Series:   Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computation
Pages:   440
Publication Date:   01 August 2004
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Whence Fortran? Language elements Expressions and assignments Control Constructs Program units and procedures Array features Specification statements Intrinsic procedures Data transfers Operations on external files Floating-point exception handling Allocatable array extensions Enhanced module facilities Interoperability with C Type parameters and procedure pointers Object-oriented programing Establishing and moving data Miscellaneous enhancements Input/output enhancements Other features A: Intrinsic procedures B: Obsolescent features C: Pointer example D: Avoiding compilation cascades E: Fortran terms F: Solutions to exercises Index

Michael Metcalf worked for many years at CERN, Geneva. He is the author of a range of publications, including Fortran 90/95 Explained (with John Reid) and Effective FORTRAN 77 (Oxford University Press), and FORTRAN Optimization (Academic Press). He is the editor of ACM Fortran Forum. John Reid is well known as a numerical analyst and is a co-author of Direct Methods for Sparse Matrices (OUP). He is the Convener of the ISO Fortran Committee and has played a leading role in the development of many of the features of Fortran 95 and 2003. Malcolm Cohen is a mathematician and the leading compiler writer at NAG in Oxford. He has participated actively in the development of Fortran standards and was a major deisgner of Fortran 2003's object-oriented features.

Reviews for Fortran 95/2003 Explained

Review from previous edition This book is excellent. The prose is clear and concise, explaining all the elements of Fortran 90 and the extensions making up Fortan 95...If you need to write Fortran 90/95 code, keep this book by your computer. Computer Bulletin 'It is a complete and authoritative description of Fortran 90/95 and is intended for new and existing users, and all for those involved in scientific and numerical computing' Zentralblatt Math Both authors are eminent scientists in the field of scientific computing and their experience shines through every page and every example. Mathematics Today


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