10 edition of **The SIAM 100-digit challenge** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2004**
by Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Philadelphia
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Written in English

- Numerical analysis

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-299) and index.

Statement | Folkmar Bornemann ... [et al.] ; with a foreword by David H. Bailey. |

Contributions | Bornemann, Folkmar, 1967- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA297 .S4782 2004 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xi, 306 p. : |

Number of Pages | 306 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15563270M |

ISBN 10 | 089871561X |

LC Control Number | 2004049139 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 55095108 |

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The Hundred-dollar, Hundred-digit Challenge problems are 10 problems in numerical mathematics published in by Nick Trefethen. A $ prize was offered to whoever produced the most accurate solutions, measured up to 10 significant digits. Numerical Analysis Textbooks. Computational Methods for Option Pricing Yves Achdou and Olivier Pironneau Recommended for advanced graduate students. The SIAM Digit Challenge: A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing Folkmar Bornemann, Dirk Laurie, Stan Wagon, and Jörg Waldvogel Recommended for graduate students.

"The SIAM Digit Challenge: A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing gives concrete examples of how to justify the validity of every single digit of a numerical answer. Methods range from carefully designed computer experiments to a posteriori error estimates and computer-assisted proofs based on interval arithmetic.". The book is based on a challenge posed by Nick Trefethen of Oxford University in the January/February issue of SIAM News. The challenge, in short, was to determine the solution to 10 problems, and each solution was to be accurate to the 10 leading digits. The challenge was made to all members or teams of members of the SIAM community.

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The SIAM digit challenge. In January SIAM News publshed a short article of Nick Trefethen which proposed ten problems. They were each related to the computation of a certain quantity using computers. The challenge was to obtain at least 10 digit precision for each one of them.

Thus the SIAM digit challenge was born. Five Numerical Problems in the Style and Spirit of the SIAM Digit Challenge (Open) Summary: We present five problems in the style and spirit of the SIAM Digit Challenge, a contest posed by Lloyd N. Trefethen in These problems are taken from a recent book of ours.

Folkmar Bornemann, Dirk Laurie, Stan Wagon, Jörg Waldvogel: The SIAM Digit Challenge, A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing. Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), Philadelphia, The SIAM Digit challenge: a study in high-accuracy numerical computing Article (PDF Available) in The Mathematical Intelligencer 27(4) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The SIAM Digit Challenge: A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing Folkmar Bornemann, Dirk Laurie, Stan Wagon, Jörg Waldvogel This book takes readers on a thrilling tour of some of the most important and powerful areas of contemporary numerical mathematics.

The SIAM Digit Challenge was a contest posed by Nick Trefethen of Oxford University in the January/February issue of SIAM News. This book shows in detail how each of those problems can be solved, as described by four authors who belonged.

InL.N. Trefethen of Oxford University challenged the scientific community by ten intriguing mathematical problems to be solved, numerically, to ten digit accuracy each (I was one of the successful contestants; injointly with three others of them, I published a book—Bornemann et al.: The SIAM Digit Challenge, SIAM, Philadelphia, —on the manifold ways of solving those Cited by: 3.

The SIAM Digit Challenge: A Decade Later 89 The Challenge Book Enthralled by the large variety of methods and mathematical knowledge that had been used to solve the problems, ranging from pure to applied, from classical to contemporary, from brute-force to sophisticated, four of the con. The SIAM Digit Challenge A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing.

By Folkmar Bornemann, Dirk Laurie, Stan Wagon, and Jörg Waldvogel. SIAM Press, Philadelphia, pp. $Author: Folkmar Bornemann.

This book takes readers on a thrilling tour of some of the most important and powerful areas of contemporary numerical mathematics.

The tour is organized along the 10 problems of the SIAM Digit Challenge, a contest posed by Nick Trefethen of Oxford University in the January/February issue of SIAM. The SIAM Digit Challenge: A Study in High=Accuracy Numerical Cow put ing by Folkmar Bornmann, Dirk Laurie, Stan Wagon, and Jorg Waldvogel SIAM.

PHILADELPHIA. USAX11+ PP. SOFTCOVER. ISBN X. US$ REVIEWED BY JONATHAN M. BORWEIN L ists, challenges, and competitions have a long and pri. The SIAM Digit Challenge is an entertaining and valuable book that belongs on the shelf of everyone who takes numerical computation seriously.

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Review in: CiSE 7. This book takes readers on a thrilling tour of some of the most important and powerful areas of contemporary numerical mathematics.

The tour is organized along the 10 problems of the SIAM Digit Challenge, a contest posed by Nick Trefethen of Oxford University in the January/February issue of SIAM : In FebruaryL. N. Trefethen of Oxford University, in conjunction with SIAM, sponsored a worldwide contest in which the goal was to get 10 digits of the answer to each of 10 problems in numerical computing.

The contest attracted a lot of attention: there were entries from 94 teams in 25 countries, and 20 of those teams (including two Mathematica-based teams: one from WRI and one from.

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