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Finite Precision Number Systems and Arithmetic (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) Hardcover – 30 Sep 2010

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'For researchers and more mathematically oriented readers, this book is a treasure trove of algorithms difficult or impossible to find elsewhere.' Mathematical Reviews

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This comprehensive reference provides a solid theoretical foundation for applied mathematicians, scientists, and engineers who wish to understand the fundamental computations that support a wide variety of practical applications. Suitable for graduate teaching, it includes problems, exercises and an extensive bibliography. A solutions manual is also available for instructors.

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Deep and detailed 11 Jan 2011
By Jean michel Muller - Published on
Format: Hardcover
There are several books on computer arithmetic (examples of good ones are Koren; and Ercegovac & Lang... and this new one). The particularity of this one is an in-depth, detailed presentation of the various number systems that are and/or may become interesting for computer arithmetic. I especially appreciated the rigor of the presentation. The arithmetic algorithms are too often presented in a rough way: it is a pleasure to see a good, solid analysis of them. Both authors of this book are highly respected in the computer arithmetic scientific community.
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