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Posits: new approach could be much more efficient than IEEE 754 floating-point computation

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    Grzmot Link
    This article presents posits as a perfect solution to todays' problems and while that might be true, it somehow feels like we're only seeing one side of the coin here. It feels biased. It's very...

    This article presents posits as a perfect solution to todays' problems and while that might be true, it somehow feels like we're only seeing one side of the coin here. It feels biased. It's very well possible that Posits could be the salvation the article promises it to be, but everything in real life is a double-edged sword.

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    1. dblohm7 Link Parent
      Agreed. I also find it interesting that there isn't any discussion in this piece from the wider numerical computation community.

      Agreed. I also find it interesting that there isn't any discussion in this piece from the wider numerical computation community.

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