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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 2)
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Approximation of Mathematical Functions Using Hornerís Scheme and Continued Fraction

A.A. Eludire
Corresponding Author:  A.A. Eludire 

Key words:  Approximation, continued fraction, Hornerís scheme, iterative functions, pipelined functions, serial functions,
Vol. 3 , (2): 68-71
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2011 March, 21 2011 April, 30 2011 September, 30
Abstract:

The choice of optimal algorithms for fast computation of functions are of great interest in numerical theory and have increasing importance in the organisation and development of computer systems. The main problem here is the definition of such computational methods of universal character in use and such functional property that justifies the hardware implementation. This study examines the process of solving mathematical functions on computers using Hornerís scheme and continued fraction. It concludes that procedures combining both algorithms may be efficiently used as an option in software for the approximation of linear systems of equations, serial and pipelined functions.
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A.A. Eludire, 2011. Approximation of Mathematical Functions Using Hornerís Scheme and Continued Fraction.  Research Journal of Information Technology , 3(2): 68-71.
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