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Re: The Boost Libraries -- tests [message #1513 is a reply to message #1508] Thu, 24 March 2005 11:05 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Sylwester Radomski is currently offline  Sylwester Radomski
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Registered: August 2004
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From: lxial12.gsi.de

Hi Anar

In Your message You claim, the BOOST library have everything
that could be needed.

Please check and inform us if the following is implemented:

1) generate random numbers from the Poisson distribution

2) create and draw/operate on histograms
- divide histograms and keep errors propagation correctly
- axex of histogram have to allow special characters
- fit a histogram with for example, Landau distribution
- store histograms on a file
- draw histograms as EPostScript

3) give properties of a given particle type eg: mass, life time,
decays modes

4) store objects on a files. Allow stroring ~3TB of data.

Best Regards
Sylwester Radomski
 
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