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Interval arithmetic in calculations

Gaziza Bairbekova, Talgat Mazakov, Sholpan Djomartova and Salima Nugmanova
From the journal Open Engineering

Abstract

Interval arithmetic is the mathematical structure, which for real intervals defines operations analogous to ordinary arithmetic ones. This field of mathematics is also called interval analysis or interval calculations. The given math model is convenient for investigating various applied objects: the quantities, the approximate values of which are known; the quantities obtained during calculations, the values of which are not exact because of rounding errors; random quantities. As a whole, the idea of interval calculations is the use of intervals as basic data objects. In this paper, we considered the definition of interval mathematics, investigated its properties, proved a theorem, and showed the efficiency of the new interval arithmetic. Besides, we briefly reviewed the works devoted to interval analysis and observed basic tendencies of development of integral analysis and interval calculations.

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Received: 2016-7-14
Accepted: 2016-8-8
Published Online: 2016-10-14

©2016 G. S. Bairbekova et al.

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