History of Numerical Analysis


Oral Histories





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)

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

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

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

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