mpfit 1.85+2017.01.03-3 source package in Ubuntu


mpfit (1.85+2017.01.03-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix mpfit test again.
  * Push Standards-Version to 4.2.1. No changes needed.

 -- Ole Streicher <email address hidden>  Fri, 23 Nov 2018 08:41:58 +0100

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Debian Astronomy Maintainers on 2018-11-26
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gdl-mpfit: Robust non-linear least squares curve fitting for GDL

 These GDL routines provide a robust and relatively fast way to perform
 least-squares curve and surface fitting. The algorithms are translated from
 MINPACK-1, which is a rugged minimization routine found on Netlib, and
 distributed with permission. This algorithm is more desirable than CURVEFIT
 because it is generally more stable and less likely to crash than the
 brute-force approach taken by CURVEFIT, which is based upon Numerical
 MPFIT has additional capabilities not found in CURVEFIT. Model parameters can
 be "frozen" (that is, held constant during the fitting process). Simple
 boundary constraints can be imposed on parameter values, which can be helpful
 to keep parameters from becoming negative, for example. Please see the
 documentation for the PARINFO keyword if you wish to use this facility.