quadmom, a C++ code which computes a Gaussian quadrature rule for a weight function rho(x) based on the Golub-Welsch procedure that only requires knowledge of the moments of rho(x).
The standard Golub-Welsch procedure expects to work with the coefficients alpha() and beta() of the three term recursion for the orthogonal polynomials associated with the weight function rho(x).
However, in the same paper, Golub and Welsch discuss a related procedure which, to compute a Gaussian quadrature rule of order N, requires the values of the first M=2*N+1 moments associated with rho(x):
mu(k) = integral x^k rho(x) dx, 0 <= k <= 2*nThis library demonstrates this moment-based procedure.
Executing the sample program requires access to the toms655() library as well.
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quadmom is available in a C version and a C++ version and a Fortran90 version and a MATLAB version and a Octave version.
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