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From: Van den Eynde Gert
Subject: sqrtm
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 10:01:01 +0100


I recently bumped into a very recent article by
Nick Higham about computing the matrix square root
in a better way than is used now in Matlab and Octave.

He includes an m-file in the article, but it seems 
it's going to be part of the next Matlab release.

Is it (legally) possible to include this also in
Octave ? Maybe not the mfile itself, but if it gets
coded into liboctave I see no problem....

Here's the link:

I also read the request for QP and NLP software on
the mailing list, maybe it's worth having a look here:

He's got a bunch of links to (free) optimisation 
software (LP, QP, NLP, Global optimisation,...). 

Sincere greetings,

Gert Van den Eynde.

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