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Written by Sven   
Thursday, 22 January 2009 10:49

Christoph Jorssen and Herbert Voß have released version 0.21 of their pst-math package. The new version provides a new subroutine called SIMPSON for numerical integration of functions written in PostScript or algebraic notation.The pst-math package provides a lot of basic operators like tan, acos, asin and many more, which are missing in PostScript.

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