Holistic Numerical Methods

Transforming Numerical Methods Education for the STEM Undergraduate

 

MOBILE | VIDEOS | BLOG | YOUTUBE | TWITTER | COMMENTS | ANALYTICS | ABOUT | CONTACT | COURSE WEBSITES | BOOKS | MATH FOR COLLEGE |Bookmark and Share

FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATION (CHAPTER 01.05)

 

Example: Part 1 of 2

 

By Autar Kaw



TOPIC DESCRIPTION
 

Learn via an example how a base-10 number is represented as floating point number in base-2.


ALL VIDEOS FOR THIS TOPIC
 

Floating Point Representation Background: Part 1 of 3 [ YOUTUBE 7:37] [TRANSCRIPT]

Floating Point Representation Background: Part 2 of 3 [ YOUTUBE 10:43] [TRANSCRIPT]

Floating Point Representation Background: Part 3  of 3[ YOUTUBE 1:58] [TRANSCRIPT]

Floating Point Representation: Example: Part 1 of 1  [YOUTUBE 7:50] [TRANSCRIPT]

Floating Point Representation: Example: Part 2 of 2  [YOUTUBE 6:48] [TRANSCRIPT]

Floating Point Representation - Biased Exponent: Example [YOUTUBE 8:51] [TRANSCRIPT]

IEEE-754 Single Precision Representation: Part 1 of 2 [YOUTUBE 4:57] [TRANSCRIPT]

IEEE-754 Single Precision Representation: Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 8:38] [TRANSCRIPT]


COMPLETE RESOURCES
  Get in one place the following: a textbook chapter, a PowerPoint presentation, individual YouTube lecture videos, worksheets to illustrate the method and its convergence, and multiple-choice questions on Floating Point Representation.

AUDIENCE |  AWARDS  |  PEOPLE  |  TRACKS  |  DISSEMINATION  |  PUBLICATIONS


Copyrights: University of South Florida, 4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33620-5350. All Rights Reserved. Questions, suggestions or comments, contact kaw@eng.usf.edu  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant# Creative Commons License0126793, 0341468, 0717624,  0836981, 0836916, 0836805.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  Other sponsors include Maple, MathCAD, USF, FAMU and MSOE.  Based on a work at http://mathforcollege.com/nm.  Holistic Numerical Methods licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

 

ANALYTICS