Saturday, September 11, 2004


In numerical analysis, the numerical stability of a method describes how that method responds to the differences between the calculation and the function being approximated. In a stable method, the errors due to the approximations get damped out as the computation proceeds. In an unstable method, any errors in processing get magnified as the calculation proceed. Unstable methods quickly generate garbage and are useless for numerical processing.

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can you even understood what the heck was it?? -_-
get dizzy easily lately, aren't I??
o maaan... i miss him ... kinda -_- but ... oh well, who cares anyway??? (I do, damn it!!)

0 tasted the wine: