4 edition of Scientific computing and applications found in the catalog.
|Statement||Peter Minev, Yanping Lin, editors.|
|Series||Advances in computation : theory and practice ;, v. 7, Advances in the theory of computational mathematics ;, v. 7.|
|Contributions||Minev, Peter., Lin, Yanping., International Workshop on Scientific Computing and Applications (2nd : 2000 : Kananaskis, Alta.)|
|LC Classifications||QA75.5 .S38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||2002265615|
Floating point Extended precision arithmetic. Related Articles. This should give you an approximate idea of how well the current version 1. Tamar Schlick. If you don't mind the syntax, this can be trivial; just use one index as an offset.
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These objects will never invoke garbage collection. Of course, you're probably not developing rocket Scientific computing and applications book, but it's important to know how and why high precision in many scientific applications is so important, and how the IEEE standard for binary floating-point arithmetic can actually be Scientific computing and applications book constraining than helpful.
Limitations currently present in the JIT compiler will hopefully be overcome, but as you can see from the results I've just shown, even with these limitations, rectangular arrays are able to perform much better than jagged arrays.
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A reference to each of these matrices is passed to the Matmul method by value the references themselves are passed by value and not the actual objectswhich then performs a multiplication on the two matrices A and B, and stores the result in matrix C.
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