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August 2008

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ISBN 978-3-11-020319-6
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    Computer Arithmetic and Validity

    Theory, Implementation, and Applications

    Series:De Gruyter Studies in Mathematics 33

      Aims and Scope

      The present book deals with the theory of computer arithmetic, its implementation on digital computers and applications in applied mathematics to compute highly accurate and mathematically verified results.The aim is to improve the accuracy of numerical computing (by implementing advanced computer arithmetic) and to control the quality of the computed results (validity). The book can be useful as high-level undergraduate textbook but also as reference work for scientists researching computer arithmetic and applied mathematics.

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      Supplementary Information

      xvii, 409 pages
      Type of Publication:
      Computer Arithmetic; Interval Arithmetic; Floating Point Arithmetic; Verified Computing

      MARC record

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      Ulrich Kulisch, University Karlsruhe.

      "The book can be used as a high-level undergraduate textbook but also as a reference work for research in computer arithmetic and applied mathematics."
      In: Ems Newsletter 3/2009

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