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2012

2012

In this paper we introduce the algebra of bicomplex numbers as a generalization of the field of complex numbers. We describe how… Expand

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2011

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2011

High confidence in floating-point programs requires proving numerical properties of final and intermediate values. One may need… Expand

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2006

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2006

The implementation of a correctly rounded or interval elementary function needs to be proven carefully in the very last details… Expand

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1999

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1999

This paper presents a high-speed method for function approximation that employs symmetric bipartite tables. This method performs… Expand

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1996

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1996

In recent years computer applications have increased in their computational complexity. The industry-wide usage of performance… Expand

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1994

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1994

Many texture-segmentation schemes use an elaborate bank of filters to decompose a textured image into a joint space/spatial… Expand

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1991

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1991

Table-lookup algorithms for calculating elementary functions offer superior speed and accuracy when compared with more… Expand

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1976

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1976

Let ƒ(<italic>x</italic>) be one of the usual elementary functions (exp, log, artan, sin, cosh, etc.), and let <italic>M</italic… Expand

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1976

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1976

We consider methods for finding high-precision approximations to simple zeros of smooth functions. As an application, we give… Expand

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1971

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1971

This paper describes a single unified algorithm for the calculation of elementary functions including multiplication, division… Expand

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