Algorithm Help

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  1. jene2in

    jene2in

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    Hi,

    I am working on an algorithm and trying to understand the following:

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    A and B are integers and are allowed to be negative. Δ represent α – β where α and β are values such that 2^α and 2^β indicate the upper bounds of |A| and |B|, respectively. ρ is introduced to represent min(α, β) and the condition ρ = 0 assures that A = 0.

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    What does it mean to be minimum of upper bounds. Can someone help me understand with an example.

    Thanks,
    Jene
    jene2in, Jul 25, 2008
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