By Axel Harnack
Writer: London : Williams and Norgate booklet date: 1891 topics: Calculus services Notes: this is often an OCR reprint. there is various typos or lacking textual content. There are not any illustrations or indexes. if you purchase the final Books variation of this e-book you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose from greater than 1000000 books at no cost. you may as well preview the ebook there.
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Usually these are manufacturer's subroutines. The complete program with the subroutine and specimen results is given in Appendix 1. 9 NUMERICAL CONSIDERATIONS Under normal operating conditions the computing system works with about eight or nine significant figures for any numerical value. Usually this is adequate for the purposes of the mathematics being performed, but cases can arise (especially in processes such as inversion of large matrices or determinant evaluation) where even this order of accuracy is not sufficient.
9a Θ 1 DO LOOP M=2,N |SUBMX(M-1,M-1)| =X(M,M) -VALU (L) |CALL INVERSION! N Fig. 9b 59 I WRITE OUT / /EIGENVECTOR/ /MATRIX, VEX/ QNT) 60 COMPUTER METHODS It should be noted that any subroutines used with a mainline program which includes the extended precision option must themselves use extended precision, and if manufacturer's subroutines are used it will generally be necessary to modify them for this operation. The use of the extended precision option has the disadvantage of taking up more space in the system, since every numerical value needs more storage in order to produce the additional numerical accuracy.
Each time the subroutine is called, whichever variables are given within the brackets are used in the subroutine. 5, it is seen that certain subroutines are applicable to many types of program. For instance, in vibration analysis, matrix processes such as multiplication, inversion, addition and subtraction COMPUTER METHODS 51 can be carried out by using subroutines called in the same way as QUAD in the example given. For this reason there are sets of standard subroutines supplied with the software which accompanies the computer, and the program description for each subroutine specifies the form of the CALL instruction and the order in which the variables must be stated.