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DENEST procedure in fortran

DENEST procedure in fortran

DENEST procedure in fortran

Hi guys, do you know procedure DENEST in fortran or in some library?

Thanks, in advance

RE: DENEST procedure in fortran

Is this DENEST as in http://www.cybertester.com/data/denest.pdf or something completely different?  Procedure names are just that: names - the procedures can do anything.

RE: DENEST procedure in fortran

Thank you xwd, but really I have no ideas how it should look like. I guess that it should be a standard procedure, but haven't found something similar to it. I have code from where this procedure called


where TEMPN(N), FT(M), SMOOTH(M) are arrays of real numbers  and other parameters are real numbers.

RE: DENEST procedure in fortran

This is not a standard procedure, it is a subroutine. You require the code for DENEST.


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