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Printing double values with a precision, derived from the given error-bound

, 14 Nov 2006 CPOL 41.6K 8
In this article, we will consider one way of printing double values with a precision derived from the given error-bound.

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Dr. Ivan S Zapreev
Instructor / Trainer Fontys Hogescholen
Netherlands Netherlands
A software architect, designer, and a researcher in formal methods, algorithms and tools. Bachelor and Masters degrees (with honors) in Theoretical Mathematics. PhD in Theoretical Computer Science. Nine (9), DBLP recognized, international research publications (http://tiny.cc/umwaux). Five (5) Codeproject articles (http://tiny.cc/qlwaux). Fiveteen (15) years of work experience in research, design and development of Verification Algorithms, Scientific Software, Embedded Systems and Web applications. Young, energetic, pragmatic, smart, quality demanding, proactive, and eager to take responsibility. Working to the fullest, used to solving large-scale multi-disciplinary problems targeting long-run goals. Looking for a new challenge in a field of research and technical leadership.

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