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author | Michaël Baudin <michael.baudin@scilab.org> | 2009-12-17 11:39:35 +0100 |
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committer | Michaël Baudin <michael.baudin@scilab.org> | 2009-12-17 11:39:35 +0100 |

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92 | \begin{document} | 92 | \begin{document} |

93 | \author{Michael Baudin} | 93 | \author{Michael Baudin} |

94 | \date{February 2009} | 94 | \date{February 2009} |

95 | \title{Scilab is not naïve} | 95 | \title{Scilab is not naive} |

96 | \maketitle | 96 | \maketitle |

97 | \begin{abstract} | 97 | \begin{abstract} |

98 | Most of the time, the mathematical formula is | 98 | Most of the time, the mathematical formula is |

@@ -103,13 +103,14 @@ the computer does not process mathematical real values, | |||

103 | but performs computations with their floating | 103 | but performs computations with their floating |

104 | point representation. | 104 | point representation. |

105 | The goal of this article is to show that, in many | 105 | The goal of this article is to show that, in many |

106 | situations, Scilab is not naïve and use algorithms | 106 | situations, Scilab is not naive and use algorithms |

107 | which have been specifically tailored for floating point | 107 | which have been specifically tailored for floating point |

108 | computers. We analyse in this article the | 108 | computers. We analyse in this article the |

109 | particular case of the quadratic equation, the | 109 | particular case of the quadratic equation, the |

110 | complex division and the numerical derivatives, | 110 | complex division and the numerical derivatives. |

111 | and show that one these examples, the naïve algorithm | 111 | In each example, we show that the naive algorithm |

112 | is not sufficiently accurate. | 112 | is not sufficiently accurate, while Scilab's implementation |

113 | is much more accurate. | ||

113 | \end{abstract} | 114 | \end{abstract} |

114 | 115 | ||

115 | \tableofcontents | 116 | \tableofcontents |