Java Number Cruncher: The Java Programmer's Guide to by Ronald Mak

By Ronald Mak

Java quantity Cruncher: The Java Programmer's advisor to Numerical Computing, by means of subject specialist Ronald Mak, presents sensible info for Java programmers who write mathematical courses. with no over the top mathematical conception, he animates the algorithms at the visual display unit with interactive graphical courses and applets.

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Bias = bias; // Extract the individual parts as strings of '0' and '1'. = 0); isReserved = (biased == reserved); impliedBit = isDenormalized || isZero || isReserved ? "0" : "1"; } /** * Print the decomposed parts of the value. println("------------------------------"); // Print the value. println("float value = " + floatValue()); } // Print the sign. print("sign = " + signBit()); // Print the bit representation of the exponent and its // biased and unbiased values. Indicate whether the value // is denormalized, or whether the exponent is reserved.

Part I: Why Good Computations Go Bad 37 38 Part I: Why Good Computations Go Bad Top Java™ Number Cruncher: The Java Programmer's Guide to Numerical Computing By Ronald Mak Table of Contents Part I. Why Good Computations Go Bad Chapter 3. The Floating-Point Standard Chapter 1 covered floating-point numbers and floating-point arithmetic in general. [1] We'll begin to understand the behavior of Java's float and double types. [1] Pronounced "I triple E," IEEE is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a professional organization under whose auspices the standard was published in 1985 after a historic cooperation between computer scientists and microprocessor chip designers.

Why Good Computations Go Bad Chapter 3. The Floating-Point Standard Chapter 1 covered floating-point numbers and floating-point arithmetic in general. [1] We'll begin to understand the behavior of Java's float and double types. [1] Pronounced "I triple E," IEEE is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a professional organization under whose auspices the standard was published in 1985 after a historic cooperation between computer scientists and microprocessor chip designers. Top Java&"v1">Table of Contents Chapter 3.

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