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Joining forces with JeanMarc Baillard, two new 8k PowerMath modules are being released in a few days, as follows:
1. The BESSEL ROM, a compendium of MCODE functions and FOCAL programs to calculate Bessel, Gamma, and other BesselType functions. Real and Complex variables, Integrodiffereciation, Spherical, Asymptotic expansion... just to name a few. Includes an allnew Reiman's Zeta using the Borwein algorithm for real and complex variables, don't miss that!
2. The (ultimate) Polynomial ROM, a collection of utilities and programs for Polynomial analysis  Roots, Interpolation, Factorization... both real and complex variables. Don't miss the new LIST capability to introduced the coefficients as list elements using Alpha and dedicated MCODE functions.
Rounding off the final touches  will be coming soon at a TOS near you, the legend lives on.
Cheers,
'AM.
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JeanMarc is an exceptional mathematician/programmer. He has written advanced calculus applications for the HP41C that I thought to be beyond the 41's reach!! His skills to push the calculator programming to the limit remind of those the late Swiss professor Peter Henrici had for the HP25C and HP33C.
Since the 41C is very dear to me, JeanMarc's new modules for that machine is a true joy to have. It's like Christmas in spring!
Thank you Angel for sharing and thank you JeanMarc for developing these new modules. I hope you can attend HHC 2011 so many folks, like myself, could meet you in person!!!
Namir
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I gree with your assessment Namir. In this case it's a 5050 cooperation between the both of us, so hopefully you've got the "best of both styles".
These modules comprise the best of the SandMath, 41Z, JMB_Math and JMB_Matrix  for the subjects they're concerned with, of course. That plus a few new tricks to round it all off nicely, if I'm allowed to say.
BTW I neglected to mention that the MCODE functions use the 13digit accuracy wherever possible  and it sure makes a difference.
Cheers,
'AM
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Angel,
When it comes to complex math on the HP41C you are the "Hercules" of this aspect.
I am really looking forward to downloading these modules.
Namir
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The modules are already available at TOS  enjoy!
PS. You don't want to miss QPOL: introducing the polynomial coeffs on a LIST as string elements, then watch ANUMDEL in action...
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Hi Namir,
Thank you for your compliments !
While these programs will be so appreciated,
why would we stop ?
Best wishes,
JeanMarc.
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Very nice.
And so compact.
 Pauli
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It is truly a joy to be the audience to gurus like you two. I thrive in acquiring new knowledge, and people like you make it easy for me to thrive.
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Well, let's put it this way: no project is good without users  so you also make it happen!
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I didnâ€™t realise that new modules were still being developed for the â€™41.
Do you have a link for these? I wasnâ€™t sure what TOS is.
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Steve, FYI, TOS (The Other Site) is a site like this museum but with hp41 standing where hpmuseum is written here. It must not be mentioned explicitely here for reasons way back in history [;)
HTH, Walter
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The modules will be posted shortly. In the mean time I'd encourage you to peruse JeanMarc's excellent (and comprehensive) web pages, at: http://hp41programs.yolasite.com/
You can spend a couple of lifetimes going through all his material, well worth repeated visits!
