Binade

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In software engineering a binade is a term used[1][2] to describe the set of numbers in a binary IEEE 754 floating-point format that all have the same exponent, i.e., a binade is the interval [2n, 2n+1) for some value of n.

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  1. ^ Number of solutions to A2+B2=C2+C in a binade, HAL
  2. ^ Idempotent Binary–>Decimal–>Binary Conversion, Prof. W. Kahan, [1]