The Chudnovsky algorithm is a fast method for calculating the digits of π. It was published by the Chudnovsky brothers in 1989, and was used in the world record calculations of 2.7 trillion digits of π in December 2009, 5 trillion digits of π in August 2010, and 10 trillion digits of π in October 2011.
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- Baruah, Nayandeep Deka; Berndt, Bruce C.; Chan, Heng Huat (2009), "Ramanujan's series for 1/π: a survey", American Mathematical Monthly 116 (7): 567–587, doi:10.4169/193009709X458555, JSTOR 40391165, MR 2549375.
- Geeks slice pi to 5 trillion decimal places, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, August 6, 2010.
- Yee, Alexander; Kondo, Shigeru (2011), 10 Trillion Digits of Pi: A Case Study of summing Hypergeometric Series to high precision on Multicore Systems, Technical Report, Computer Science Department, University of Illinois.
- Aron, Jacob (March 14, 2012), "Constants clash on pi day", NewScientist.
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