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Computing of the Complex Variable Functions

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Computing of the Complex Variable Functions
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Publisher: MiC
ISBN-13: 9781257826605
Number of pages: 46

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Hardware algorithms for computing of all elementary complex variable functions are proposed. Contents: A method 'digit-by-digit'; Decomposition; Compositions; Two-step-by-step operations; Taking the logarithm; Potentiation; Operations with logarithmic forms; Extraction of a square root; Polar coordinates; Operations with polar forms.

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