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Re: inconsistency with Inequality testing and Floor


In article <dfbf58$iom$1 at smc.vnet.net>,
 Andrzej Kozlowski <andrzej at akikoz.net> wrote:

> And by the way, while  
> writing a review of Hans Stetter's "Numerical Polynomial Algebra", I  
> have found that  Mathematica's significance arithmetic with its  
> automatic precision tracking performs performs very well when  
> combined with   backward error based techniques that Stetter uses; in  
> fact quite a lot better than the other well known systems he was  
> using. I could even send you some examples of Matheamtica's  
> superiority but in view of the countless disputes on this topic that  
> you have initiated and that never get anywhere,   I think it would be  
> pointless. If you are interested you can read my review when it  
> appears in Math Reviews as actually discusses Mathematica's numerics.

This review may be of interest to readers of The Mathematica Journal. 
Perhaps a short discussion of this topic should appear in TMJ?

Cheers,
Paul

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