|[8 earlier articles]|
|Re: floating point darcy@usul.CS.Berkeley.EDU (1998-11-06)|
|Re: floating point darcy@CS.Berkeley.EDU (Joseph D. Darcy) (1998-11-06)|
|Re: floating point email@example.com (Bruce Dawson) (1998-11-07)|
|Re: floating point firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-11-19)|
|Re: floating point email@example.com (David McQuillan) (1998-11-21)|
|Re: floating point darcy@CS.Berkeley.EDU (Joseph D. Darcy) (1998-12-01)|
|Floating Point firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim) (1999-11-02)|
|Date:||2 Nov 1999 00:36:57 -0500|
I am looking for information regarding the implementation of IEEE
I found the standard at Fatbrain.com
And there a a few books the come back from a search, but this is a
'pig in a poke'
These books are too expensive to buy them and then see if they are
[Depends what you have in mind. Do you want to write math libraries to
IEEE precision? Implement the basic operations in hardware? In software?
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