One dimensional combination technique and its implementation
AbstractThis article introduces the 1D combination technique and its implementation with parallel programming. I discuss two primary features of the 1D combination technique: (1)~its reduction of computational cost, especially when combined with parallel programming and where high accuracy is required; and (2)~a resultant sacrifice of accuracy. However, the loss of the accuracy can be bounded thus reducing its significance. References
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