Computational Mathematics
# Dr. Warren F. Perger

## Computation of the confluent hypergeometric and generalized
hypergeometric function for arbitrary, complex, arguments

## CONHYP

Evaluation of the confluent hypergeometric function for large, complex
arguments. The article describing this software is
"CONHYP: A Numerical
Evaluator of the Confluent Hypergeometric Function for Complex Arguments
of Large Magnitudes,"
* Transactions on
Mathematical Software*, vol. 18, no. 3, pgs. 345-349, 1992, and
"Numerical Evaluation of
the Confluent Hypergeometric Function for Complex Arguments of Large
Magnitudes,"
*J. Comput. Appl. Math* vol. 39, pgs. 193-200, 1992
The software can
be obtained here:conhyp code, with
driver file and
sample input file.
To test, simply compile the driver.f and conhyp.f files as:
f77 driver.f conhyp.f -o test1f1

Then test with:

test1f1 < data

## pFq

Evaluation of the generalized hypergeometric function for large, complex
arguments. The article describing this software is in Computer Physics
Communications, vol. 77, pgs. 249-254, 1993. The software can
be obtained here:
pFq code, and the driver program (referred to in
the article, below):pfq driver program.
Click here to view the article describing the program:
pFq article.

## pFq in Matlab

Ben Barrowes has re-written the original pFq Fortran program into Matlab. To
obtain a copy, click here:
Matlab
version

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