Eugene Salamin (mathematician)

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Eugene Salamin is a mathematician who discovered (independently with Richard Brent) the Salamin–Brent algorithm, used in high-precision calculation of pi.

Eugene Salamin worked on alternatives to increase accuracy and minimize computational processes through the use of quaternions. Benefits may include:

  1. the design of spatio-temporal databases;
  2. numerical mathematical methods that traditionally prove unsuccessful due to buildup of computational error;
  3. therefore, may be applied to applications involving genetic algorithms and evolutionary computation, in general.

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  3. ^ "Computation of $\pi$ Using Arithmetic-Geometric Mean". JSTOR 2005327.