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PI and the AGM

A Study in Analytic Number Theory and Computational Complexity

by Jonathan M. Borwein

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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English


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Number of Pages432
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Open LibraryOL7615003M
ISBN 10047131515X
ISBN 109780471315155

AGM/EGM Summary. The last POM of PI Industries was held on Ma AGM/EGM (PI Industries).   Abstract. We consider some of Jonathan and Peter Borweins’ contributions to the high-precision computation of \(\pi \) and the elementary functions, with particular reference to their book Pi and the AGM (Wiley, ). Here “AGM” is the arithmetic–geometric mean of Gauss and Legendre. Because the AGM converges quadratically, it can be combined with fast multiplication algorithms to.

Our AGM is being held online! Nominations will open 27th April - 8th May and voting will open from 11th May - 15th May. Check out the committee positions on offer here: Prior. 8 comments:: Arithmetic-Geometric Mean of Gauss Post a Comment In the last stage of the first proof we established that but when I read something in Borwein's "PI & the AGM" book the penny dropped. I didn't realize that the invariance under the AGM transformation proved this. However, it is obvious now, and probably was to you all along.

Wanted to find Ramanujan''s formula for pi because I was told it''s messy as heck. It is. [10] /11/11 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /. How to compute digits of pi? Symbolic Computation software such as Maple or Mathematica can comp digits of pi in a blink, and anot,, digits overnight (range depends on hardware platform).. It is possible to retrieve + million digits of pi via anonymous ftp from the site , in the files Z and Z which reside in subdirectory doc.


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Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: "Fortunately we have the Borwein's beautiful book explores inthe first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text book for a graduate course."--Bulletinof the American Mathematical SocietyCited by: Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: "Fortunately we have the Borwein's beautiful book explores in the first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text book for a graduate course."--Bulletin of the American Mathematical SocietyRatings: 0.

ular reference to their book Pi and the AGM (Wiley, ). Here “AGM” is the arithmetic-geometric mean of Gauss and Legendre. Because the AGM converges quadratically, it can be combined with fast multiplication algorithms to give fast algorithms for the n-bit computation of p, and more generally the elementary functions.

Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: "Fortunately we have the Borwein's beautiful book explores in the first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text book for a graduate course."--Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society.

This book presents new research revealing the interplay between classical analysis and modern computation and complexity theory. Two intimately interwoven threads run through the text: the arithmetic-geometric mean (AGM) iteration of Gauss, Lagrange, and Legendre and the calculation of pi.

We consider some of Jonathan and Peter Borweins' contributions to the high-precision computation of $π$ and the elementary functions, with particular reference to their book "Pi and the AGM" (Wiley, ). Here "AGM" is the arithmetic-geometric mean of Gauss and Legendre.

Because the AGM converges quadratically, it can be combined with fast multiplication algorithms to give fast Author: Richard P. Brent. Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: Fortunately we have the Borweins beautiful book explores inthe first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text PI and the AGM book for a graduate courseBulletinof the American Mathematical Society What am I to say about this quilt of a book.

One is reminded ofDebussy who, on being asked by his harmony teacher to explain. with particular reference to the fascinating book Pi and the AGM (Wiley, ) by Jon and his brother Peter Borwein.

Here “AGM” is the arithmetic-geometric mean, first studied by Euler, Gauss and Legendre. Because the AGM has second-order convergence, it can be combined with fast multiplication algorithms to give fast algorithms for the n-bitFile Size: 1MB. In mathematics, the arithmetic–geometric mean (AGM) of two positive real numbers x and y is defined as follows.

Call x and y a 0 and g 0: =. Then define the two interdependent sequences (a n) and (g n) as + = (+), + =, where the square root takes the principal two sequences converge to the same number, the arithmetic–geometric mean of x and y; it is denoted by M(x, y), or.

By examining the complex relationship between pi and the AGM, or Arithmetic-Geometric Mean, this book presents research revealing the interplay between classical analysis and modern computation and complexity theory. Two intimately-interwoven strands run through the book: the AGM iteration of Gauss, Lagrange, and Legendre; and the calculation of pi.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Pi and the AGM: A Study in Analytic Number Theory and Computational Complexity by Jonathan M. Borwein () at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. the book, the lead character searched for patterns in the digits of ˇ, and after her mysterious experience found sound confirmation in the base expansion of ˇ.

The book The Joy of Pi [7] has sold many thousands of copies and continues to sell well. The movie entitled Pi began with decimal digits of ˇ displayed on the screen. In mathematics, Borwein's algorithm is an algorithm devised by Jonathan and Peter Borwein to calculate the value of 1/ devised several other algorithms.

They published the book Pi and the AGM – A Study in Analytic Number Theory and Computational Complexity. The book is inspired to some extent by Ramanujan’s paper, “Modular Equations and Approximations to Pi”.

Like much of Ramanujan’s work, this paper is full of interesting ideas but skimpy on proofs, and the present book is the first time that these ideas were worked out in detail and proved.

As described in Pi and the AGM, Selberg and Chowla proved that K(kN) K42867 could be expressed in terms of products of ¡ functions, algebraic numbers, and powers of.

Borwein and Zucker bz89 subsequently showed that these formulae were much simplifled if they were expressed in terms of the Euler beta function B(p;q) given by B(p;q) = ¡(p. Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: "Fortunately we have the Borwein's beautiful book explores in the first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text Read more.

We consider some of Jonathan and Peter Borweins' contributions to the high-precision computation of $\\pi$ and the elementary functions, with particular reference to their book "Pi and the AGM" (Wiley, ). Here "AGM" is the arithmetic-geometric mean of Gauss and Legendre.

Because the AGM converges quadratically, it can be combined with fast multiplication algorithms to give fast algorithms. π(PI) and the AGM: Gauss-Brent-Salamin Formula 3 comments After a heavy dose of elliptic integral theory in the previous posts we can now prove the celebrated AGM formula for $\pi$ given independently by Gauss, Richard P.

Brent and Eugene Salamin. 图书PI and the AGM 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Critical Acclaim for Pi and the AGM: "Fortunately we have the Borwein's beautiful book explores in the first five chapters the glorious world so dear to Ramanujan would be a marvelous text book for a graduate course."--Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society "What am I to say about this quilt of a book.

Presents new research revealing the interplay between classical analysis and modern computation and complexity theory. Two intimately interwoven threads run though the text: the arithmetic-geometric mean (AGM) iteration of Gauss, Lagrange, and Legendre and the calculation of pi[l.c.

Greek letter]. value of the AGM at step i to be the arithmetic mean of a i and b i. References Jorg Arndt, Christoph Haenel, π Unleashed, Spring-Verlag, Lennart Berggren, Jonathan Borwein, Peter Borwein, Pi: A Source Book, Spring-Verlag, New York Richard P.

Brent, Fast multiple-precisions evaluation of elementary functions, J. of the ACM, Vol.$\begingroup$ @JaumeOliverLafont: the approximation for $\pi^{4}$ is indeed based on numerical values.

Borwein brothers in their book Pi and the AGM hint that the value $$ is also based on numerical evidence. But I doubt this. Ramanujan proved some of his series for $1/\pi$ and gave several details about his method in his paper as well as his Notebooks.The Borwein Brothers, Pi and the AGM. From Analysis to Visualization, () A Generic Optimisation-Based Approach for Improving Non-Intrusive Load by: 2.