The group develops fundamental mathematical algorithms of direct relevance to NIST programs, implements them in high-quality software, and consults and collaborates in their use. We work to ensure the performance, usability, reliability, portability, and compatibility of mathematical software via demonstrations, testbeds, prototypes, reference implementations, and the wide dissemination of information. We also develop techniques, tools, and standards for representation, search, visualization, and exchange of mathematical objects and databases.
OOF: Object-Oriented Finite Element Analysis of Materials with Complex Microstructure
PHAML: Parallel Hierarchical Adaptive Multi-Level Software for Partial Differential Equations
GAMS: Guide to Available Mathematical Software
Matrix Market: Database of sparse matrices for testing and evaluation of linear algebra software
SIAM Activity Group on Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions