cerfi man page

cerfi, erfi — imaginary error function

Synopsis

#include <cerf.h>

double _Complex cerfi ( double _Complex z );

double          erfi  ( double x );

Description

The function cerfi returns an error function rotated in the complex plane, erfi(z) = -i erf(iz).

The function erfi takes a real argument and returns a real result.

See Also

The implementation of cerfi and erfi is trivially based on the functions cerf(3) and im_w_of_x(3).

Other complex error functions in libcerf: dawson(3), erfcx(3), voigt(3), w_of_z(3).

The real error function comes with recent versions of glibc, as requested by the C99 standard: erf(3).

Homepage: http://apps.jcns.fz-juelich.de/libcerf

Authors

Steven G. Johnson, http://math.mit.edu/~stevenj,
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
 researched the numerics, and implemented the Faddeeva function.

Joachim Wuttke <j.wuttke@fz-juelich.de>, Forschungszentrum Juelich,
 reorganized the code into a library, and wrote this man page.

Please report bugs to the authors.

Copying

Copyright (c) 2012 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Copyright (c) 2013 Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH

Software: MIT License.

This documentation: Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike.

Referenced By

cdawson(3), cerf(3), cerfcx(3), voigt(3), w_of_z(3).

The man page erfi(3) is an alias of cerfi(3).

2019-07-25 perl v5.30.0 libcerf manual