AERN-Real-Interval



arbitrary precision real interval arithmetic

Category: Data, Math

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About AERN-Real-Interval

A concrete implementation for the refinement-order type classes from AERN-Real in the form of interval arithmetic. The arithmetic supports also anti-consistent intervals (ie @[l,r]@ with @l >= r@) and maintains monotonicity in the refinement order so that both inner and outer approximations of exact interval expressions can be safely computed. The package AERN-Real-Double makes it possible to use ordinary machine 'Double' values as endpoints, although limited to its fixed granularity (ie precision). A package AERN-Real-MPFR will be provided in future to facilitate (via package hmpfr) the use of the MPFR arbitrary granularity (ie precision) floating point numbers as endpoints. This package does not compile with ghc 7.0.* due to a compiler bug that has been fixed for the 7.2.1 release. Haddock documentation can be found via <http://code.google.com/p/aern/wiki/Main>.

Author

Michal Konecny (Aston University)

Maintainer

mikkonecny@gmail.com

License

BSD3

Copyright

(c) 2011 Michal Konecny, Jan Duracz

Stability

experimental

Dependencies

base, QuickCheck, test-framework, test-framework-quickcheck2, deepseq, AERN-Basics, AERN-Real

Modules

Latest Version

2011.1.0.1

Older Versions

2011.1, 2011.1.0.1