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Matrix computations with Fortran and paging

By Cleve B. Moler

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 15 No. 4, Pages 268-270

The efficiency of conventional Fortran programs for matrix computations can often be improved by reversing the order of nested loops. Such modifications produce modest savings in many common situations and very significant savings for large problems run under an operating system which uses paging.

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