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Why Automatic Differentiation Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : We’ve tried and rejected many numerical approaches to differentiation. Richard Harris has one final attempt.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #108 - April 2012 ]
Why Computer Algebra Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : We still haven’t found how to accurately do calculus. Richard Harris revisits an algebraic technique.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #107 - February 2012 ]
Why Computer Algebra Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numerical computing is proving quite a challenge. Richard Harris sees if a computer can do mathematics.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #102 - April 2011 ]
Why Dysfunctional Programming Matters
Description : Function progamming is all the rage. Teedy Deigh considers how it offers many opportunities for the serious programmer.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #114 - April 2013 ]
Why Finite Differences Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : Now we know our problem in depth. Richard Harris analyses if a common technique will work adequately.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #105 - October 2011 ]
Why Fixed Point Won't Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numeric computing is very difficult to do properly. Richard Harris looks at whether a common technique will help.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #100 - December 2010 ]
Why Floats Are Never Equal
Description : Silas S. Brown tries his hand at optimising floating point equality comparisons.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Why I Avoid PHP
Description : Silas S. Brown shares a war story.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #4 - September 2017 ]
Why Interval Arithmetic Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : We’ve looked at several approaches to numeric computing. Richard Harris has a final attempt to find an accurate solution.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #103 - June 2011 ]
Why Polynomial Approximation Won't Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : We’re still trying to find a good way to approach numerical computing. Richard Harris tries to get as close as possible.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #106 - December 2011 ]
Why Rationals Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numerical computing is still proving hard to do accurately. Richard Harris considers another number representation.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #101 - February 2011 ]
Why [Insert Algorithm Here] Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : We now know that floating point arithmetic is the best we can do. Richard Harris goes back to school ready to show how to use it.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #104 - August 2011 ]
Windows 64-bit Calling Conventions
Description : How the stack works is useful to understanding your programs’ behaviour. Roger Orr compares and contrasts.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #120 - April 2014 ]
Working with GNU Export Maps
Description : Taking control over the symbols exported from shared libraries built with the GNU toolchain.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #79 - Jun 2007 ]
Writing Custom Widgets in Qt
Description :

In the fourth installment of our series on cross-platform GUI programming with the Qt C++ toolkit, we are going to write a custom widget using Qt. The widget in question is a "scribble" widget (see Figure 1) - that is, the drawing area of a simple paint program


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 16, #6 - Dec 2004 ]
Writing Good C++ APIs
Description : Tom Björkholm examines some common pitfalls that make code hard to use.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 27, #2 - May 2015 ]

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