An introduction to digital computing
Language and notation; Elements of a practical language; Statements and flow charts; Functions and example programs; The design of a practical machine; Machine language and components; Number systems and arithmetic; Computational error; Taylor's series and divided differences.
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Language and Notation
Elements of a Practical Language
Statements and Flow Charts
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abscissas addition algorithm approximation argument arithmetic operations array elements augmented matrix binary binary operation Boolean called cards characters Chebyshev Chebyshev polynomials coefficients column computation constant Cramer's rule cycle defined definition degree polynomial described designated determinant diagonal dimension vector divided difference polynomial division dummy variables END OF FUNCTION evaluation example executed expression external function f(xQ floating point flow chart formula fraction function reference FUNCTION RETURN given illustrate included index register indicated initial input instruction integer interpolation interval iteration statement language linear array linear equations machine magnetic magnitude method multiplied Newton's method notation obtained octal operands output parentheses possible problem procedure produce punched quotient range recursive represented root routine scale factor sequence simply Simpson's Rule solution statement label storage subroutine substitution statements subtraction symbols tape Taylor Series tion TRANSFER Turing machine variable names VECTOR VALUES written x-xQ zero