|Optimizing IEEE Floating-Point Operations bill@hcx2.SSD.CSD.HARRIS.COM (1991-06-14)|
|INFs and NaNs firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-06-17)|
|Re: INFs and NaNs email@example.com (1991-06-18)|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Jun 91 15:03:50 EDT|
In article 91-06-016, bill@hcx2.SSD.CSD.HARRIS.COM writes:
>As far as I know, there is only _one_ kind of mathematics. The FORTRAN
>standard is referring to real mathematics, not any particular means of
Dealing with error values (such as INF, divzero, etc.) does not necessarily
preclude one from "mathematicality." I seem to recall that the folks working
on dataflow architectures rigorously defined the math for propogating error
values so that traps, etc., would not be necessary. I don't recall the author
but I believe the title of the paper was Error Values in Val.
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