On 8/24/21 10:40 AM, Van Snyder via cctalk wrote:
That's the BLAS SAXPY (or DAXPY) routine, a
fundamental step in
Speaking of which, do any specimens of the Saxpy Matrix-1 still exist?
Saxpy Computer was a brief flash in the supercomputing universe; fell
onto bad times when a former employee was caught selling secrets to the
Soviets. Afterward, the company went into bankruptcy, if memory
serves, sometime in the 1980s.
SAXPY was a program in the LINPACK suite, and well known to FORTRAN
LINPACK could well mean the difference between a sale and a "thanks for
trying", it received a lot of attention.