Issue No. 02 - February (1983 vol. 32)
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.
numerical method, Algorithm, contour following, coupled microprocessors, differential equation, errors, incremental calculation, integer arithmetic
A. Bazelow and J. Raamot, "On the Microprocessor Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Using Integer Arithmetic," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 32, no. , pp. 204-207, 1983.