Squaring Technique using Vedic Mathematics
Vedic Mathematics provides an interesting approach to modern computing applications by offering an edge of time and space complexities over conventional techniques. Vedic Mathematics consists of sixteen sutras and thirteen sub-sutras, to calculate problems revolving around arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus and conics. These sutras are specific to the decimal number system, but this can be easily applied to binary computations. This paper presented an optimised squaring technique using Karatsuba-Ofman Algorithm, and without the use of Duplex property for reduced algorithmic complexity. This work also attempts Taylor Series approximation of basic trigonometric and inverse trigonometric series. The advantage of this proposed power series approximation technique is that it provides a lower absolute mean error difference in comparison to previously existing approximation techniques.
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