Lester Ingber's Archive (abridged page)


Lester Ingber, Ph.D. (Theoretical Physics)

physicist with interdisciplinary expertise and interests importance-sampling life

[Lester Ingber] https://www.ingber.com/
[Caltech Alumni] https://alumni.caltech.edu/~ingber/ (mirror)

E-mail queries may be addressed to
lester@ingber.com
ingber@alumni.caltech.edu

This archive is a sampling of my 100+ publications. Limited help assisting people with queries on my codes and papers is available only by electronic mail correspondence. Sorry, but given that this site has 1000's hits/day, I cannot mail out hardcopies of code or papers.

[LIR] Lester Ingber Research (LIR) develops and consults on projects in several areas of expertise documented in the ingber.com InterNet archive. Terms of use, downloading policies, and consulting/contracting are discussed in
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Categories of research files in this / directory are


Additional Files and Information

See utils_file_formats.txt for some links to information on gzip, PostScript, PDF, tar, and shar utilities. See utils_code.html for additional references to files and instructions for retrieval of utilities for DOS, MAC, UNIX, and VMS systems, e.g., ghostscript, gzip, pgp (containing my PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK), unshar, uudecode, unix2dos, zip, etc. Note that gzip will expand .gz, .Z, and .zip files (not .zip archives).

private/
private/ is a "blind" directory which cannot be viewed using `ls` or `dir`, although files can be downloaded via WWW if you know their names.

louise/
This directory belongs to my spouse and her business Creek House Patisserie.

https://alumni.caltech.edu/~ingber/
This is my mirror homepage containing just their own html files,

This is a UNIX system, and all file names are case sensitive. Files that end in .gz (gzip), .zip (zip), or .exe (DOS) are in binary format. Therefore, before retrieving these files, be sure your browser is set to handle binary transfer.

Note that files that contain a .ps are PostScript files (after expanding as appropriate, which can result in an expansion by a factor of 10 for some files); these will require a PostScript viewer or printer. Portable Document Format files have a .pdf suffix and can be viewed with Adobe acroread or some PostScript viewers.

Unmanaged VPS
ingber.com is run on an unmanaged linux virtual private server (VPS) machine. Lester Ingber is responsible for all software maintenance. This machine is monitored externally, and in case of a crash, full service should be restored quickly, i.e., less than an hour.
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