2 edition of **Algorithms for the computation of mathematical functions.** found in the catalog.

Algorithms for the computation of mathematical functions.

Yudell L. Luke

- 131 Want to read
- 34 Currently reading

Published
**1977**
by Academic Press in New York
.

Written in English

- Functions, Special -- Data processing.,
- Approximation theory -- Data processing.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography, p.

Series | Computer science and applied mathematics |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA351 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18784743M |

ISSN Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics ISBN ISBN (eBook) While the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of pub- explicit programs would have obscured the mathematical background r File Size: 4MB. • linear & quadratic equation solving: some of the ﬁrst algorithms. What is an Algorithm? • Mathematical abstraction of computer program • Computational procedure to solve a problem. programming language pseudocode computer model of computation program algorithm analog built on top of. Figure 1: Algorithm. Model of computation. speciﬁesFile Size: KB.

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Algorithms for the computation of mathematical functions. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Yudell L Luke. Symbolic Integration I: Transcendental Functions (Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics Book 1) - Kindle edition by Bronstein, Manuel.

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book the eld. The main source of this knowledge was the Theory of Computation commu-nity, which has been my academic and social home throughout this period. In particular, Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics emphasizes the computational aspects of algebraic geometry, number theory, combinatorics, commutative, non-commutative and differential algebra, geometric and algebraic topology, group theory, optimization, dynamical systems and Lie theory.

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Algorithms For The Computation Of Mathematical Functions by Yudell L. Luke / / English / DjVu. Read Online MB Download. Related Mathematics Books. An algorithm in mathematics is a procedure, a description of a set of steps that can be used to solve a mathematical computation: but they are much more common than that thms are used in many branches of science (and everyday life for that matter), but perhaps the most common example is that step-by-step procedure used in long division.

hmmm -- looks good about general theory of function approximations. but reading the table of contents, they don't seem to go over specific functions. most functions, if evaluated over a finite range, aren't hard to compute. But over the full range of double inputs, exp() and log() and sqrt() aren't trivial to implement.

(sin/cos/tan can make. The Mathematical-Function Computation Handbook Programming Using the MathCW Portable Software Library. Authors: Beebe, Nelson H.F.

Free Preview. Describes the computation of mathematical functions in decimal arithmetic, including coverage of bit floating-point formats; Covers a major part of the NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions, with.

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(Algorithms do not necessarily represent functions. The instruction: ‘Toss a coin; if the outcome is head, add 1 to x, otherwise, do nothing’ is legitimate and unambiguous, but not deterministic. The output of an algorithm containing such instruction is not a function of the input alone.

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and the companion text, Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Mathematical Methods, are an introduction to the subject that addresses both its practical and theoretical aspects. This book, which addresses the practical side, is concerned with the formulation of algorithms that solve symbolic mathematical problems, and with the.

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The best modern algorithms use highly sophisticated up-front automatic analysis to minimize the amount of computational work they need to do. Parallel computation is rapidly becoming a dominant theme in all areas of computer science and its applications. It is estimated that, within a decade, virtually all developments in computer architecture, systems programming, computer applications and the design of algorithms will be taking place within the context of parallel computation.Algorithms.

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Overall I thought the book was overwhelming. I admire its goals and like its execution but I think the result, at pages, is just too long, and few students will make it all the way through to benefit from these goals.

If you don’t use the whole book, or if you use it as a supplement, you lose a lot of the benefit of the unified approach.