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Subject: Re: [Boostusers] [Math] Accuracy test failures on QNX 6.4.0
From: Niklas Angare (li51ckf02_at_[hidden])
Date: 20081117 15:12:04
I've discovered that that the results are the same with GNU libstdc++ as
with Dinkumware. But I belive they both bring in the math functions from
libm.so.2.
> Anyhow, I'm stumped by what the issue could be now, so can you let me have
> the output of the program below?
Here it is:
.../ellint_1.hpp:48 phi = 10
.../ellint_1.hpp:49 k = 0.5
.../ellint_1.hpp:50 function = boost::math::ellint_f<%1%>(%1%,%1%)
.../ellint_1.hpp:61 phi = 10
.../ellint_1.hpp:90 pi/2 = 1.57079632679489661937
.../ellint_1.hpp:92 rphi = 0.57522203923062028381
.../ellint_1.hpp:94 m = 5.99999999999999999964
.../ellint_1.hpp:101 rphi = 0.99557428756427633551
.../ellint_1.hpp:105 sinp = 0.83907152907645245276
.../ellint_1.hpp:106 cosp = 0.5440211108893698126
.../ellint_rf.hpp:67 tolerance = 0.000870018279433925102139
.../ellint_rf.hpp:96 k = 6
.../ellint_rf.hpp:102 value = 1.23050187733714060618
.../ellint_1.hpp:108 result = 1.03247909174871990352
.../ellint_rf.hpp:67 tolerance = 0.000870018279433925102139
.../ellint_rf.hpp:96 k = 7
.../ellint_rf.hpp:102 value = 1.68575035481259604281
.../ellint_1.hpp:112 result = 10.76777339193945239443
10.76777339193945239443
I cut off most of the path in the output. The output is the same with either
library.
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