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Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
The answer to this question will most probably be a definite no. Nevertheless, I would like to know whether it is possible to represent reals in the memory on less than the standard 32 or 64 bits ...
Apr 4 '13 at 9:41
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