Calcul De Pi Translate this page 51 539 600 000. en 29 heures, avec 212Go, par Yasumasa Kanada. 6/12/2002. HITACHI.1 240 000 000 000. Yasumasa Kanada, en 400 heures de calcul (1). http://www.mines.inpl-nancy.fr/~tisseran/cours/pi/
Online Books, Ebooks, E-books By Rproject.org Kafka, Franz Metamorphosis Read the ebook Kamban, Gudmundur Hadda Pada Read thee-book Kanada, Yasumasa One Divided By pi (to 1 million digits) Read the e http://www.rproject.org/list.php?i=1&sv=K
Calculate Pi 1) The easy to run Super_Pi (for MSWindows) by Yasumasa Kanada Download Super_Pinow (in a 72 kb .zip file) and Calculate up to 32 Million digits of Pi. http://thestarman.pcministry.com/math/pi/piprogs.html
Extractions: Since I'm running Windows 95/DOS 7 on a PC, each program listed here is at least available in an x86 (PC) DOS (or Win32) binary form. Executables for a particular program on another platform may exist, since some of them come with their own open source code! (Consult the program homepages and links listed below.) 1) The easy to run Super_Pi by Yasumasa Kanada Download Super_Pi now (in a 72 kb .zip file) and Calculate up to 32 Million digits of Pi. There are twelve different digit-lengths to choose from (see below). Simply extract the files ( Super_pi.exe, Super_pi.hlp and Super_pi.txt ) into any directory and run the program. The program creates the file pi_rec.txt
Forumy RZh Okolo poloviny vseh rekordov v etoi oblasti (a vsego ih 35 ili okolo togo) sobralyaponec Yasumasa Kanada (Yasumasa Kanada), matematik iz Komp yuternogo Centra http://www.russ.ru:8085/forums/msg/941/941.html
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Daily Times - Site Edition Professor Yasumasa Kanada and nine other researchers at the Information TechnologyCentre at Tokyo University calculated the value of pi with a Hitachi http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_10-12-2002_pg3_8
Só Páginas Sobre O Número PI Pi through the ages; Yasumasa Kanada s FTP site Computer Centre, University of Tokyo Latest Record of Yasumasa Kanada; 6.4 Billion 6,400,000,000,000 digits! http://www.mat.uc.pt/~jaimecs/pipag.html
Extractions: National Pi Day is March 14th (3.14). . See the program for the 2004 celebration , and the S. Francisco Exploratorium PI Page Ideas for activities that can be used for Pi Day celebration on March 14 (3.14) PI APPROXIMATION DAY "This Pungenday (the 57th of Confusion) is Pi Approximation Day, being on the Aneristic Calendar 22/7" - Pi Approximation Day is on the 22/7 - that is, July 22. For the past few years, people at Chalmers University have celebrated it. Pi Approximation Day (March 14) e-cards Pi Approximation Day (March 14) is a day to recognise the importance of our favorite number, Pi [3.1428..]. So, let's lay back and try to memorise the value of Pi giving thought to the marvellous mysteries behind this number. While you are at it, why not celebrate by eating pies [Pi's] and send some Pi greeting cards to your friends? (123Greetings)
Homepage Or Ronald Benedik 1999. Pi computed for 206 billion digits, Yasumasa Kanada, Takahashi.2002. Pi computed for 1.241 trillion digits, Yasumasa Kanada. 2002. http://fsmat.htu.tuwien.ac.at/~rbenedik/mhistory.html
Books And Reading - Queens Borough Public Library Kendall F.; Clark, Donna. 1/pi to 1.000.000 digits, Kanada, Yasumasa.The online world, De Presno, Odd. Organic syntheses, . The origin of http://www.queenslibrary.org/books/ebook/ebook.asp?category=Science
MachineDesign.com: Do You Know What Pi Is? Yasumasa Kanada at Tokyo University set a world s record for the number of decimalplaces to which p has been calculated, establishing it to 1.24 trillion http://www.machinedesign.com/ASP/strArticleID/55732/strSite/MDSite/viewSelectedA
Extractions: by Ronald Khol, Editor No, the headline is not a question asking whether or not you know to more decimal places than 3.14159. My query concerns whether you know how is used in a mathematical sense. Of what utility is it? My reason for asking is that a team of academics led by Prof. Yasumasa Kanada at Tokyo University set a world's record for the number of decimal places to which has been calculated, establishing it to 1.24 trillion places. Now let's look at the opening paragraph of an article about the event written for the Associated Press. The article begins with: "To most people, it's a funny-looking Greek letter that has something to do with circles. To Professor Yasumasa Kanada, however, pi is an obsession." Good grief! So the Associated Press feels that most people think is just a funny-looking Greek letter having something to do with circles. I couldn't believe the general public is so uninformed about math, and I thought the comment was just another example of dumb-and-dumber reporting in the mass media. So I did an informal survey, asking several people if they knew how is used in mathematics.
THE SIZE OF PI Professor Yasumasa Kanada of the University of Tokyo and Dr Daisuke Takahashimade the calculation by running two different programs in 1999. http://www.il-st-acad-sci.org/kingdom/math1001.html
Extractions: THE SIZE OF PI The most decimal places to which Pi has been calculated is 206,158,430,000. Professor Yasumasa Kanada of the University of Tokyo and Dr Daisuke Takahashi made the calculation by running two different programs in 1999. The number Pi (22/7) is one of the most important numbers in mathematics. Whenever circles are involved in any calculation, Pi is a critical number. Pi is what mathematicians call an irrational number, it has an infinite number of digits after its decimal point, which follow no repeating pattern. Because of this lack of a pattern, many people have become fascinated by calculating Pi to more and more accurate values. The latest value, by Yasumasa Kanada is 3.141 followed by 206,158,430,000 more digits! The fact that Pi is a constant has been known since prehistory. In the Bible, it is stated approximately as being equal to 3. Pi is always equal to half the circumference of a circle, divided by its radius. The main program used by the mathematicians ran for 37 h 21 min. Mathematics databases Kingdoms Project ISAS homepage Armando G. Amador
Programme UK), Performance of Automatically Tuned Parallel GMRES(m) Method on DistributedMemory Machines Hisayasu Kuroda, Takahiro Katagiri and Yasumasa Kanada (Japan). http://vecpar.fe.up.pt/2000/Prog.html
Extractions: sci.math #139994 (18 + 1065 more)  From: email@example.com (Antreas P. Hatzipolakis) Newsgroups: sci.math  Pi to 6+ billions places (was: Pi to a million places) Date: Sat, 01 Jun 1996 00:04:28 +0200 Organization: Hellas On Line Lines: 89 Message-ID: NNTP-Posting-Host: cronos.hol.gr On Wed, 29 May 1996
Pushing Back Pi So just how accurately do we know what it is? To find out you might like totalk to Yasumasa Kanada and his colleagues at the University of Tokyo. http://plus.maths.org/issue3/news/pi/
Pi Statistics Kanada Laboratories The FTP server from the record calculation team ofYasumasa Kanada serves free available data up to 4.2 billion digits. http://www.piworld.de/pi-statistics/
Extractions: Over hundreds of years mathematicians have found dozens of presentations and armies of formulas to compute the value of Ludolph's number. Regardless of this fact any new record in p calculation demonstrates the randomness of the digit series. Frequency analysis of these results didn't point out any order in these sequences.
K-12 Math And Computer Science Colloquium calculation pushing the limits of number crunching machines. Dr. YasumasaKANADA. Computer Centre, The University of Tokyo Department http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Edu/RSE/pirse.html
Extractions: 4:00 pm, Monday, November 27, 1995, 4169 Beckman Institute ABSTRACT: About five years ago I had calculated pi to 1 billion decimal places using the HITAC S-820/80 supercomputer. This year, I have calculated pi to 3.2 billion and 4.2 billion decimal places by late June and August, respectively, using the HITAC S-3800/480. The main algorithm used for the calculation was based on the AGM algorithm which was suggested by Salamin and Brent in 1976. For verification, I used a fourth order algorithm which was developed in the early 1980's by Jonathan and Peter Borwein. In order to generate more than 1 billion decimal places of pi, supercomputers, fast Fourier transforms for "big-number arithmetic" and the challenge of competition were all crucial. In my talk, I will include a discussion of how I successfully implemented the algorithms, and my future plans for a new record. Please explore a related K-12 project: Mathematics Sponsored by NCSA Education and Outreach Division