Publication: Infinitely Small Numbers and Almost Infinitely Large Accelerators, or: Automatic Differentiation as Nonarchimedean Analysis, in Workshop Report on First Theory Institute on Computational Differentiation
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Infinitely Small Numbers and Almost Infinitely Large Accelerators, or: Automatic Differentiation as Nonarchimedean Analysis, in Workshop Report on First Theory Institute on Computational Differentiation

- Technical report -
 

Author(s)
Martin Berz

Institution
Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory

Year
1993

BibTeX
@TECHREPORT{
         Berz1993ISN,
       AUTHOR = "Martin Berz",
       TITLE = "Infinitely Small Numbers and Almost Infinitely Large Accelerators, or: Automatic
         Differentiation as Nonarchimedean Analysis, in {W}orkshop {R}eport on {F}irst {T}heory {I}nstitute
         on {C}omputational {D}ifferentiation",
       INSTITUTION = "Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory",
       YEAR = "1993",
       TYPE = "Technical Memorandum",
       NUMBER = "ANL/MCS--TM--183",
       ADDRESS = "Argonne, Ill.",
       REFERRED = "[Pusch1996JSa]."
}


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