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Modern Computer Arithmetic by Richard P. Brent, Paul Zimmermann

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Modern Computer Arithmetic
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Publisher: LORIA
Number of pages: 239

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This book collects in the same document all state-of-the-art algorithms in multiple precision arithmetic (integers, integers modulo n, floating-point numbers). The book will be useful for graduate students in computer science and mathematics, researchers in discrete mathematics, computer algebra, number theory, cryptography, and developers of multiple-precision libraries.

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