The project ‘nxnes’ (NxN Equalisations Solver) is the implementation of project 5 from the list of selected projects in the course “Operating Systems II – Laboratory” (Department of Informatics and Communications, T.E.I of Serres). The objective of this project was the implementation of the Gauss Elimination Method to solve a NxN system of linear equations.
Below I quote a program in C which performs memory test in a computer system (for example the BIOS performs a memory test before loading the operating system loader in any IBM PC). However, what we quote is different in its implementation. If you are dealing with embedded systems or operating systems programming it may be useful.
Within the framework of the course “Numerical Methods in Programming Environments – Theory” (Department of Informatics and Communications, T.E.I of Serres) we were asked to develop an optional program that implements Müller’s numerical method for finding the root of equations of the form f(x) = 0.