In Chapter 2 the general purpose cards are described. All further chapters describe a certain processing step. The Chapter name is equal to the argument of the PROCESS card that should be given in the input file to switch on the processing of that step.
The step is introduced at the beginning of the chapter. In the first section the input cards are described and also an example input file is given. In the second section the output is described, as well with an example. In most chapters there is also a third section describing the implementation.
Cards that are mandatory are written in boldface sans serif. Optional cards are in normal sans serif font. Parameters are notated in italic, and defaults are underlined. Optional parameters are in between square brackets.
The definitions used in the software are described in Annex D. Here, amongst others, the baseline definition, the file formats used, and normalization of polynomials are described.
In Annex B the instalation of Doris is described. It also contains a small trouble shoot section.
Annex C shortly describe (third party) packages that should be installed for a complete version of the Doris software. Also some utilities we have developed are described.
The matrix class which comes with the Doris software is described in Annex E. This matrix class can be freely used in other non-commercial programs.
Finally, Annex F describes how to add a module to the Doris software. Extention of the software is encouraged.