Efficient manipulation of real numbers in computers is still a challenge. Many interesting theoretical and algorithmic problems are linked with that topic and belong to quite distant fields such as computer science, number theory, numerical analysis, computer algebra and logics. Several special issues on real numbers and computers have been previously published in the journal Theoretical Computer Science, as follow-up to the RNC meetings on these topics.
The last meeting was RNC6 which took place in Dagstuhl, Germany, in November 2004.
However, this call for papers is open to authors who did not attend RNC6.
Scientists working on questions related to real computer arithmetic are encouraged to present the theoretical or algorithmic aspects of their results, even if they did not attend the RNC6 conference. Survey and tutorial articles may be suitable if clearly identified as such. Topics include (but are not restricted to) the following list:
HOW TO SUBMIT
The submission should contain a scholarly exposition of ideas, techniques, and results, including motivation and a clear comparison with related work. Submissions must not substantially duplicate work published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
Prepare a PostScript or PDF version of your full 10-20 pages paper preferably using the latex style LaTeX2e class for RAIRO - Theoretical Informatics and Applications; it can be downloaded from the following site. The file should be sent by e-mail to Christiane.Frougny@liafa.jussieu.fr before June 1st 2005.
Make sure that your PostScript or PDF file can be printed on a standard laser printer.
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