[std-interval] FW: applications
lawrence.crowl at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 16:24:41 PDT 2006
I'm not an expert in the domain, but my read of the conclusions
is that the interval approach wasn't helpful. Apparently, the
integration process failed far earlier than non-interval integration.
How are we interpreting the conclusions differently?
On 8/15/06, George Corliss <George.Corliss at marquette.edu> wrote:
> Ned Neddialkov had sent this pointer which may be of interest to this list
> for use as "ammunition" that intervals are good.
> ------ Forwarded Message
> > From: Ned Nedialkov <nedialk at mcmaster.ca>
> > Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006 13:45:01 -0400
> > Subject: applications
> > I discovered recently a very thorough study of applications of
> > interval methods, in particular integration, to space flight mechanics:
> ------ End of Forwarded Message
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