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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.
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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