We give an overview on existing software implementations of special mathematical functions (erf(x), erfe(x), Γ(x), Bessel-Functions,...) which can be found on the web. We discuss the quality of the numerical results and their usability in an interval setting. We also point out whether it is an easy or difficult task to find reliable routines with approved (relative or absolute) error bounds. We will show which additional steps have to be performed to get worst-case error bounds for such routines.
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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