Source Code for the Tight T Program
The TT program contains code from four public domain sources:
- code that I (Steve Verrill) have written.
It is distributed under a GNU copyright. Please see the files
copyright and COPYING for details.
These files are distributed with
the source code.
- RNOR which is a normal random number generator code written by
Kahaner and Marsaglia. More information about RNOR can be obtained
by starting at the
Guide to Available Mathematical
produced by the Commerce Department's National Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST).
See the comments in the code for further details.
- code from the slatec mathematical subroutines library. This code
can be obtained from
See the comments in the code for
DCDFLIB is a
public domain library of "routines for cumulative distribution
functions, their inverses, and their parameters." It was produced
by Barry Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), James Lovato, and
Kathy Russell of the Department of Biomathematics,
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, The University of Texas.
One way to obtain it is through statlib.
To get started on statlib, send the e-mail message
Alternatively, here is a WWW link to
For further information, please contact Steve Verrill at
email@example.com or 608-231-9375.
Last modified on 5/22/96.