hfloat

hfloat (for huge floats) is a library package for doing calculations with floating point numbers of extreme precision. It is optimised for computations with 1000 to several million digits. The computations can be done in (almost) arbitrary radix. The library contains routines for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, n-th power, square root, n-th root, logarithm, exponentiation and more. There are implementations of several superlinear converging algorithms for the computation of pi. The computation of 1 million decimal digits of pi takes about 15 seconds on an AMD64/2.2GHz. (Source: http://freecode.com/)


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  1. Chamberland, Marc; Herman, Eugene A.: Arctangent formulas and pi (2019)
  2. Heckenberger, I.; Sawada, J.: A Pascal-like bound for the number of necklaces with fixed density (2019)
  3. Potter, Samuel F.; Cameron, Maria K.: Ordered line integral methods for solving the eikonal equation (2019)
  4. Guillera, Jesús: Self-replication and Borwein-like algorithms (2018)
  5. Bolotin, Arkady: Constructibility of the universal wave function (2016)
  6. Kim, Dohan: Sorting on graphs by adjacent swaps using permutation groups (2016)
  7. Brink, David: Nilakantha’s accelerated series for (\pi) (2015)
  8. Chan, Swee Hong; Hollmann, Henk D. L.; Pasechnik, Dmitrii V.: Sandpile groups of generalized de Bruijn and Kautz graphs and circulant matrices over finite fields (2015)
  9. Richeson, David: Circular reasoning: who first proved that (C) divided by (d) is a constant? (2015)
  10. Agarwal, Ravi P.; Agarwal, Hans; Sen, Syamal K.: Birth, growth and computation of pi to ten trillion digits (2013)
  11. Fernández, Antonio; Álvarez, Marcos X.; Bianconi, Francesco: Texture description through histograms of equivalent patterns (2013)
  12. Cantone, Domenico; Faro, Simone; Giaquinta, Emanuele: On the bit-parallel simulation of the nondeterministic Aho-Corasick and suffix automata for a set of patterns (2012)
  13. Greenbaum, Anne; Chartier, Timothy P.: Numerical methods. Design, analysis, and computer implementation of algorithms. (2012)
  14. Arndt, Jörg: Matters computational. Ideas, algorithms, source code. (2011)
  15. Flori, Jean-Pierre; Mesnager, Sihem; Cohen, Gérard: Binary Kloosterman sums with value 4 (2011)
  16. Gibbons, Jeremy: Unbounded spigot algorithms for the digits of pi (2006)
  17. Zhang, Zhimin: Superconvergence of spectral collocation and (p)-version methods in one dimensional problems (2005)
  18. Choe, Geon Ho; Kim, Chihurn: The Khintchine constants for generalized continued fractions. (2003)
  19. Arndt, Jörg; Haenel, Christoph: Pi-unleashed. Transl. from the German by Catriona and David Lischka. Incl. 1 CD-ROM (2001)