# Stephen L. Moshier

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**Stephen L. Moshier** is a researcher, inventor, and computer programmer. He is author of Cephes, a numerical library that is part of Netlib.

Moshier studied Physics at Harvard College and obtained a BSc in mathematics from Boston University in 1971.
In parallel, he worked in a small company on the development of transducers and instruments for speech analysis, animal training, underwater acoustics, and spectrum analysis. He then worked for the speech recognition firm *Dialog Systems*. By 1977, he was president of this company, which had 45 employees.^{[1]} Between 1975 and 1981 he authored seven patents in the field of speech recognition.^{[2]}

In 1989 published the book *Methods and programs for mathematical functions.*^{[3]}

On his homepage,^{[4]} Moshier hosts a variety of numerical and astronomical computer programs.

## References

- ↑ See introduction and biographical note in SL Moshier,
*Statistical assessment of speech system performance*(1977). - ↑ https://patents.justia.com/inventor/stephen-l-moshier
- ↑ SL Moshier,
*Methods and programs for mathematical functions.*In*Ellis Horwood series in mathematics and its applications.*Chichester: Ellis Horwood (1989) - ↑ http://www.moshier.net/