Reliability in computing: the role of interval methods in scientific computing

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Ramon E. Moore
Academic Press, 1988 - Computers - 428 pages
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Contents

Arithmetic for Vector Processors 3
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FORTRANSC A FORTRAN Extension for EngineeringScientific
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Reliable Expression Evaluation in PASCALSC
81
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Ramon E. Moore authored Interval Analysis (Prentice-Hall, 1966), Methods and Applications of Interval Analysis (SIAM, 1979), and numerous related publications. Now retired, he was professor of computer science and/or mathematics from 1965 through 2000 at universities in Ohio, Texas, and Wisconsin as well as visiting professor in Stockholm, Oxford, Karlsruhe, and Freiburg. From 1950 until 1965 he worked in the area of computational mathematics at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, UC Radiation Lab in Livermore, and Lockheed Research Labs in Palo Alto. He received an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation-US Senior Scientist Award in 1975.

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