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информ.мат. arbitrary-precision {adj} [attr.] | с произволна точност |

Usage Examples English

- Experimental mathematics makes use of numerical methods to calculate approximate values for integrals and infinite series.
**Arbitrary precision**arithmetic is often used to establish these values to a high degree of precision – typically 100 significant figures or more. - In practice, this can only be done by software that either supports
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic or that can handle 219-bit (unsigned) integers, features that are often not standard. - There is support for numeric computations, to
**arbitrary precision**, as well as symbolic computation and visualization. - its properties cannot be observed with
**arbitrary precision**(within the limits set by uncertainty principle)". - For example, OCaml has a built-in library for
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic.

- However, it was shown in an article by Tolksdorf and Verch that Deutsch's self-consistency condition can be fulfilled to
**arbitrary precision**in any quantum system described according to relativistic quantum field theory even on spacetimes which do not admit closed timelike curves, casting doubts on whether Deutsch's model is really characteristic of quantum processes simulating closed timelike curves in the sense of general relativity. - for example, no FPUs directly support
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic. - Note that since dc supports
**arbitrary precision**, there is no concern about numeric overflow or loss of precision, no matter how many lines the input stream contains, unlike a similarly concise solution in AWK. - module provides decimal floating-point numbers to a pre-defined
**arbitrary precision**and several rounding modes. - Since then, floating-point arithmetic and
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic modes have been added.

- Hexadecimal, decimal, octal, and a wide variety of other bases have been used for binary-to-text encoding, implementations of
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic, and other applications. - Unlike other implementations, in the past Kaffe used GNU Multi-Precision Library (GMP) to support
**arbitrary precision**arithmetics. - Many computer algebra systems such as Mathematica also benefit from the availability of
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic which can provide more accurate results. - A way of performing exactly rounded sums using
**arbitrary precision**is to extend adaptively using multiple floating-point components. - ... Digital
**arbitrary**-**precision**arithmetic can provide any desired degree of precision.) However, in most cases the precision of an analog computer is absolutely sufficient given the uncertainty of the model characteristics and its technical parameters.

- The [...] module provides
**arbitrary**-**precision**integer arithmetic. Moreover, integer literals may be used as arbitrary-precision integers without the programmer having to do anything. - For independence from architecture details, a Bignum or
**arbitrary precision**[...] type might be supplied. - The Unix dc calculator has several ternary operators, such as [...] , which will pop three values from the stack and efficiently compute [...] with
**arbitrary precision**.

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