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By Arieh Iserles

The yearly e-book Acta Numerica has verified itself because the leading discussion board for the presentation of definitive stories of present numerical research themes. The invited papers, by means of leaders of their respective fields, enable researchers and graduate scholars to quick seize fresh traits and advancements during this box. Highlights of this year's quantity are articles on area decomposition, mesh adaption, pseudospectral tools, and neural networks.

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The first bracket on the right hand side will in this case give the irremovable error of one step in the programme a n d the second will give the rounding error. Thus, after one step in the process· of calculation, the calculation error will be the sum of the irremovable error and the rounding error. When devising the programme it is desirable to carry out the process in such a way t h a t one error compensates another. True, 24 COMPUTING METHODS this often entails a great deal of work and time in writing the pro­ gramme.

Then we obtain from the second equality Δχ**ζΜ *Ϊ + * Ϊ + / - - +χη x* = M and, similarly, Λ Δχ* ^ χ *^1 ~Γ *^2 I" · · · Τ" Χγι ra—-i -— — =7τι. χ* Thus, when adding approximate quantities, the relative error of the sum will lie between the largest and smallest relative errors of the terms. O P E R A T I O N S ON A P P R O X I M A T E Q U A N T I T I E S 15 When performing calculations on automatic calculating machines (punched card system) there is no sense in rounding the terms before making the addition if only these terms are put into the machine.

3) Construction of an interpolating function Let us first consider the simplest problem. We shall have a system of m + 1 equations with n+1 unknowns to determine the coefficients av The matrix of the system has the form: . {xm)

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