Schnelle Berechnung von Kettenbruchentwicklungen

@article{Schnhage2004SchnelleBV,
  title={Schnelle Berechnung von Kettenbruchentwicklungen},
  author={Arnold Sch{\"o}nhage},
  journal={Acta Informatica},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={139-144}
}
SummaryA method, given by D. E. Knuth for the computation of the greatest common divisor of two integers u, v and of the continued fraction for u/v is modified in such a way that only O(n(lg n)2(lglg n)) elementary steps are used for u,v<.2n.ZusammenfassungEin von D. E. Knuth angegebenes Verfahren, für ganze Zahlen u, v den größten gemeinsamen Teiler und den Kettenbruch für u/v zu berechnen, wird so modifiziert, daß für n-stellige Zahlen nur O(n(lg n)2 (lglg n)) elementare Schritte gebraucht… 
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