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# Yasumasa Kanada

- Students celebrate Pi Day early
- In September 2002,
**Yasumasa Kanada**and a team calculated pi to 1.241 trillion decimal digits. A researcher and his team, Nicholas Sze of tech firm Yahoo, in 2010 calculated pi to its two-quadrillionth digit. - 探讨圆周率π
- 最近，Yasumasa Kanada采用了类似的反正切公式，花了一台超级计算机大约600个小时算出超过一万亿个的位数。 BBP公式.
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- It uses the Gauss-Legendre algorithm and is a Windows port of a program used by
**Yasumasa Kanada**in 1995 to compute pi to 232 digits. Super Pi shows data in time units that it takes to calculate pi to 32 million digits with 24 iterations. - No More Super-Computers To Compute Pi
- With the advent of Super Computers,
**Yasumasa Kanada**of Department of Computer Science, Tokyo University, Japan has computed trillions of decimals of 3.14159265358… This number was also derived by many great mathematicians and are Sir Issac ... - A Pi Day story 26 years in the making
- Earlier this summer, using two more powerful computers but an inferior set of equations,
**Yasumasa Kanada**computed pi to a half-billion digits. He had sole use of new supercomputers at the University of Tokyo for eight days and nights.

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