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      The AUTODIF  distribution  disk  includes  many  of  the  examples
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      discussed  in  the  User's  Guide. The examples are contained in a
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      self-extracting executable archive named EXAMPLES.EXE The  install
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      program  will  extract  this archive into the directory specified.
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The AUTODIF distribution includes many of the examples discussed in the User's
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Guide.
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Compiling the examples with make
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      Compiling the examples with make
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If you are familiar with the make utility, the simplest way to compile the
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examples is to simply type 'make all' in the shell. See comments on makefile
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below.
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      If your are familiar with the make utility, the  simplest  way  to
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      compile  the  examples  is to simply type 'make all' at the system
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      prompt. See comments on makefile below.
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The following files will be created
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Makefile - Makefile to compile and link the examples. It is necessary to modify
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the makefile to match the configuration of your computer. The definitions of the
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macros INCLUDE, LIB, CFLAGS, CC, and LL will usually require modification. Type
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"make all" to make all of the examples. To make a single example, type "make
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NAME" where NAME is one of the following: simple, hemholtz, minimize, newt,
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io_examp, mixture, normsim, neur1, winit, nplot2, robust, robsim.
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      Compiling the examples with Borland C++
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examples.txt - this file.
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      If you are using the Borland compiler, you can use  the  'project'
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      files  to get a better idea of what is going on. Start the borland
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      compiler and open a project file by pressing <Alt><P> then <O>.  A
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      list  of  files  to  be compiled and linked (including the AUTODIF
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      library) will appear in a window near the bottom  of  the  screen.
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      The  default  library is AUTDIF7.LIB. If you do not have a numeric
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      coprocessor, change the library specified to AUTDIFE.LIB.
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hemholtz.cpp - Hemholtz energy example from Chapter 1.
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hem_func.cpp - The procedure hemholtz_energy from the Hemholtz energy example.
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      It may be  necessary  to  change  the  paths  where  the  compiler
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      searches  for the include files and libraries. Press <Alt><O> then
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      <D> and enter the information in the include  and  library  fields
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      displayed.
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io_examp.cpp - The input and output example from Chapter 6.
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      Approximately 2.8Mb of disk space is  required to compile and link
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      all of the examples with 'make all'.
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minimize.cpp - The minimization example from Chapter 9.
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userfun.cpp - The objective function for the minimization example.
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mixture.txt - Instructions for the mixture example.
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mixture.cpp - The main() procedure for the complete example in Chapter 13.
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fcomp_m.cpp - Objective function for the mixture example.
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like.cpp - Likelihood function for the mixture example.
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mixture.h - Function prototypes for the mixture example.
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normaliz.cpp - The normaliz_p function for the mixture example.
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nvarcal.cpp - The nvarcal function for the mixture example.
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reset.cpp - The reset function for the mixture example.
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savepar.cpp - The save_pars function for the mixture example.
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xinit.cpp - The xinit function for the mixture example.
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mixture.pa1 - Initial parameter estimates for mixture example.
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mixture.pa2 - Initial parameter estimates for mixture example.
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mixture.pa3 - Initial parameter estimates for mixture example.
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mixture.pa4 - Initial parameter estimates for mixture example.
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mixture.par - Initial parameter estimates for mixture example.
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mixture.dat - Input length data for the mixture example.
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normsim.cpp - Simulator to generate input length data for the mixture example.
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normsim.par - Input data to mixture simulator.
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newt.cpp - Root finding example from Chapter 12 (Newton-Raphson).
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      makefile - Make file to compile  and  link  the  examples.  It  is
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      necessary  to  modify  the  makefile to match the configuration of
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      your computer system. The definitions of the macros INCLUDE,  LIB,
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      CFLAGS, CC , and LL will usually require modification. Type  "make
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      all" to make all of the examples. To make a single  example,  type
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      "make  NAME.exe"  where  NAME is the name of the following example
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      executables:  simple.exe,  hemholtz.exe,  minimize.exe,  newt.exe,
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      io_examp.exe,   mixture.exe,  normsim.exe,  neur1.exe,  winit.exe,
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      nplot2.exe, robust.exe robsim.exe
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robust.txt - Instructions for the robust regression example.
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robust.cpp - Source code for robust regression example.
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fcomp_r.cpp - Objective function for robust regression example.
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rob_reg.cpp - Source code for AUTODIF robust_regression() procedure.
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robsim.cpp - Simulator to generate data for the robust regression.
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robust.dat - Output from simulator and input to 'robust' executable.
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robsim.par - Input to simulator.
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      examples.txt - this file.
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