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That’s Not Normal–the Performance of Odd Floats

Denormals, NaNs, and infinities round out the set of standard floating-point values, and these important values can sometimes cause performance problems. The good news is, it’s getting better, and there are diagnostics you can use to watch for problems. In … Continue reading

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Floating-point complexities

Binary floating-point math is complex and subtle. I’ve collected here a few of my favorite oddball facts about IEEE floating-point math, based on the articles so far in my floating-point series. The focus in this list is on float but … Continue reading

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