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Les Hatton

2007o

To what extent can we rely on the results of scientific computations ?

Keynote at ACAT'07, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 2007ACAT07_April2007.pdf

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I have been harping on about this for 15 years now. As far as I can see from the many experiments I have done, most if not all scientific computations are corrupted to some extent by inadvertent software error. The problem is we don't know to what extent. This version reviews progress to date and gives some advice on how to mitigate the problem to yield results which are more trustworthy.None yet8

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