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## Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?

**From**: |
Rhys Ulerich |

**Subject**: |
Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable? |

**Date**: |
Thu, 1 Dec 2011 21:12:59 -0600 |

Hi Denes,
>* The whole issue arose because a collaborator could not independently*
>* reproduce some of my results.*
+1 for having collaborators who independently reproduce results.
>* Anyway, explicit confirmation that the workspace is reusable was very*
>* useful. Not to mention that it is cleared by the gsl routines upon each*
>* call. It would probably be helpful to include this information in the*
>* manual (or have we missed it?).*
I think the re-usability of workspaces is implied by the manual but I
do not see where it is explicitly stated.
Do you think adding "A workspace may be used to perform multiple
numerical integrations." to the end of gsl_integration_workspace's
documentation at
http://www.gnu.org/s/gsl/manual/html_node/QAG-adaptive-integration.html
would be sufficiently clear? Can you think of better wording? Maybe
"multiple sequential numerical integrations"?
- Rhys

**[Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Denes Molnar*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Rhys Ulerich*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Andrew W. Steiner*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Denes Molnar*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Rhys Ulerich*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Andrew W. Steiner*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Denes Molnar*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**,
*Rhys Ulerich* **<=**
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Denes Molnar*, `2011/12/01`
**Re: [Help-gsl] is gsl_integration_workspace reusable?**, *Rhys Ulerich*, `2011/12/01`