Noweb

Noweb — A Simple, Extensible Tool for Literate Programming. Literate programming is the art of preparing programs for human readers.noweb is designed to meet the needs of literate programmers while remaining as simple as possible. Its primary advantages are simplicity, extensibility, and language-independence—especially noticeable when compared with other literate-programming tools. ..


References in zbMATH (referenced in 14 articles )

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  1. Vladimir V. Kisil: An Extension of Moebius--Lie Geometry with Conformal Ensembles of Cycles and Its Implementation in a GiNaC Library (2015) arXiv
  2. Gandrud, Christopher: Reproducible research with R and RStudio (2014)
  3. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Induced representations and hypercomplex numbers (2013)
  4. Markovsky, Ivan; Usevich, Konstantin: Structured low-rank approximation with missing data (2013)
  5. Markovsky, Ivan: Low rank approximation. Algorithms, implementation, applications (2012)
  6. Markovsky, Ivan: Algorithms and literate programs for weighted low-rank approximation with missing data (2011)
  7. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Erlangen program at large-1: geometry of invariants (2010)
  8. Falcon, Seth: Caching code chunks in dynamic documents. The weaver package (2009)
  9. Pascoe, J. S.; Loader, R. J.; Sunderam, V. S.: The agreement problem protocol verification environment (2002)
  10. Hani Doss; Balasubramanian Narasimhan: Dynamic Display of Changing Posterior in Bayesian Survival Analysis: The Software (1999) not zbMATH
  11. Ramsey, Norman: Eliminating spurious error messages using exceptions, polymorphism, and higher-order functions (1999)
  12. Schwerdt, Joerg; Smid, Michiel; Majhi, Jayanth; Janardan, Ravi: Computing the width of a three-dimensional point set: an experimental study (1999)
  13. Doss, Hani; Narasimhan, B.: Dynamic display of changing posterior in Bayesian survival analysis (1998)
  14. Thomas Lumley: Survival Analysis in XLISP-Stat. A semiliterate program (1998) not zbMATH