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by Fritz Schweiger
This technique, based upon multi-dimensional wave digital structures, holds much promise for . Thus our algorithm can be considered as a generalization, within the framework of number fields, of the continued fraction algorithm.
This technique, based upon multi-dimensional wave digital structures, holds much promise for the stable simulation of systems of PDEs that model critical physical phenomena. To date, however, little has been published. concerning handling other than the simplest types of boundary conditions for such systems.
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Multidimensional Continued Fractions. Oxford Science Publications. Oxford Science Publications - Volume 22 Issue 4 - ARNALDO NOGUEIRA. ARNALDO NOGUEIRA (a1).
Brentjes, A. J. 1981: Multi-dimensional continued fraction algorithms. Schweiger, F. 2000: Multidimensional Continued Fractions. 2005: Periodic multiplicative algorithms of Selmer type. Mathematical Centre Tracts 145, Amsterdam: Mathematisch Centrum. David, . 949: Sur un algorithme voisin de celui de Jacobi.
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A multi-dimensional continued fraction generalization of Stern’s diatomic sequence. we get the Farey decomposition of the unit interval, which in turn can be used to recover the continued fraction expansion of any real number on the unit interval
A multi-dimensional continued fraction generalization of Stern’s diatomic sequence. we get the Farey decomposition of the unit interval, which in turn can be used to recover the continued fraction expansion of any real number on the unit interval. The case of letting v1 v2 1 is equivalent to keeping track of the denominators for the Farey decomposition.
I have been given Schweiger's book on multi-dimensional continued fractions as a reference. However, perhaps the area is a bit foreign to me so that I could not exactly find it in there. This renormalization is acting on the set of rotations. It's likely the Brun expansion arises from a "Euclidean algorithm" on vectors.
In complex analysis, a branch of mathematics, a generalized continued fraction is a generalization of regular continued fractions in canonical form, in which the partial numerators and partial denominators can assume arbitrary complex values. A generalized continued fraction is an expression of the form. where the an (n 0) are the partial numerators, the bn are the partial denominators, and the leading term b0 is called the integer part of the continued fraction.