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Global Warming
Global Warming (2)
Global Warming (3)
Real world examples
Overall motto: threat minimisation
Part 1
Reprise: signed and unsigned integers
Fixed point values and saturating arithmetic
Back to school
Back to school (3)
Computer Representation
Computer Representation (2)
Decimal or Binary?
Part 2
Standards
IEEE 754 Floating Point Representation
Hidden bit and exponent representation
Hidden bit and exponent representation (2)
Digression (non-examinable)
Hidden bit and exponent representation (3)
Solved exercises
Solved exercises (2)
Solved exercises (3)
Solved exercises (4)
Signed zeros, signed inﬁnities
Why inﬁnities and NaNs?
IEEE 754 History
IEEE 754 and Intel x86
Part 3
IEEE arithmetic
IEEE Rounding
Other mathematical operators?
The java.lang.Math libraries
Errors in Floating Point
Errors in Floating Point (2)
Errors in Floating Point (3)
Errors in Floating Point Operations
Output
Machine Epsilon
Machine Epsilon (2)
Machine Epsilon (3)
Machine Epsilon (4)
Machine Epsilon (5) – Negative Epsilon
Revisiting sin 1e40
Part 4
Non-iterative programs
Getting the small root right
Summing a Finite Series
Summing a Finite Series (2)
Summing a Finite Series (3)
Summing a Finite Series (4)
Summing a Finite Series (5)
Part 5
Rounding versus Truncation Error
Illustration—diﬀerentiation
Illustration—diﬀerentiation (2)
Illustration—diﬀerentiation (5)
Illustration—diﬀerentiation (6)
Illustration—diﬀerentiation (7)
Iteration and when to stop
Golden ratio iteration
Golden ratio iteration (2)
Golden ratio iteration (3)
Golden ratio iteration (4)
Golden ratio iteration (5)
Iteration issues
Newton–Raphson
Newton–Raphson (2)
Newton–Raphson (3)
Summing a Taylor series
Summing a Taylor series (2)
Summing a Taylor series (3)
Summing a Taylor series (4)
Summing a Taylor series (5)
Summing a Taylor series (6)
How accurate do you want to be?
How accurate do you want to be? (2)
How accurate do you want to be? (3)
How accurate do you want to be? (4)
Part 6
How do errors add up in practice?
Part 7
Ill-conditionedness
Ill-conditionedness (2)
Ill-conditionedness (3)
Ill-conditionedness (4)
Ill-conditionedness (5)
Ill-conditionedness (6)
Ill-conditionedness (7)
Ill-conditionedness (8)
Monte Carlo techniques and Ill-conditionedness
Chaotic Systems
Mandelbrot set
Interval arithmetic
Interval arithmetic (2)
Interval arithmetic (3)
Arbitrary Precision Floating Point
Exact Real Arithmetic
Exact Real Arithmetic (2)
Pi to a trillion decimal places
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