MONTE_CARLO_RULE is a FORTRAN77 program which generates a dataset of N random M-dimensional points, regards it as a quadrature rule for the unit hypercube, and writes out three files of information.
monte_carlo_rule m n swhere
The data is written to three files:
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
MONTE_CARLO_RULE is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN77 version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version.
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SPARSE_GRID_CC_DATASET, a FORTRAN77 program which creates a Clenshaw-Curtis sparse grid and write the data to three files.
SPARSE_GRID_GL_DATASET, a FORTRAN90 program which creates a Gauss-Legendre sparse grid and write the data to three files.
SPARSE_GRID_HERMITE_DATASET, a FORTRAN90 program which creates a Gauss-Hermite sparse grid and write the data to three files.
SPARSE_GRID_LAGUERRE_DATASET, a FORTRAN90 program which creates a Gauss-Laguerre sparse grid and write the data to three files.
SPARSE_GRID_MIXED_DATASET, a FORTRAN90 program which creates a sparse grid dataset based on a mixture of 1D rules.
SPARSE_GRID_OPEN_DATASET, a FORTRAN90 program which creates a sparse grid dataset based on open rules (Fejer 2, Gauss-Patterson, Newton-Cotes-Open).
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