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A.R. Bazelow, Data Communications Services, on contract assignment with the Technical Publication Department, Bell Laboratories
Integer arithmetic is a numerical method which exploits the architecture and instruction set of a microcomputer in a way analogous to that of computational techniques which utilize the capabilities of analog and digital computers. Exact solutions of phase plane trajectories for ordinary differential equations are obtained by coupling a pair of F space difference terms to a pair of bit slice microprocessors. This is an alternative to previously reported solution methods.
Index Terms:
numerical method, Algorithm, contour following, coupled microprocessors, differential equation, errors, incremental calculation, integer arithmetic
Citation:
A.R. Bazelow, J. Raamot, "On the Microprocessor Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Using Integer Arithmetic," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 204-207, Feb. 1983, doi:10.1109/TC.1983.1676207
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