History of Numerical Analysis

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Brian Ford - Supplementary Materials

NAG Founding Document - 1971 (pdf, 253kb)
Developing a Numerical Algorithms Library - 1972 (pdf, 655kb)
Important Dates in NAG Activities (pdf, 236kb)
Evolving the NAG Way slides and notes by Brian Ford (pdf, 459kb)
Developing a Single Numerical Algorithm Library - 1974 (pdf, 802kb)
Early NAG Statement and List of Routines (pdf, 89kb)
Early Papers on NAG (pdf, 119kb)

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Brian Ford (NAG), Charles Lawson (JPL), Jill Ford, IFIP Working Group 2.5
Meeting, Sophia-Antipolis, France, 1985 - photo by W.J. Cody

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John Rice (Purdue), Brian Ford (NAG), Bo Einarsson, and Margaret Wright
(Stanford), at Charles Lawson’s home, Pasadena, June 1984 - photo by
W.J. Cody

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Jill Ford and Brian Ford, Oxford, 2004 - photo by Tom Haigh


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