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A method for numerical integration on an automatic computer. (English) Zbl 0093.14006

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[2]Kopal, Z.: Numerical analysis. London: Chapman & Hall 1955.
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[4]Longman, I. M.: Note on a method for computing infinite integrals of oscillatory functions. Proc. Cambridge Phil. Soc.52, 764-768 (1956). · doi:10.1017/S030500410003187X
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