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From "Mark R. Diggory" <>
Subject Re: [math] Very legitimate reasons to draw up Presicison Unit Tests.
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 02:37:17 GMT
NIST is good for the Certified stats, but some things are not available 
in the simple Univariate Cases, the sets I've seen only include mean, 
std and an autocorrelation coef. These only cover a fraction of what 
(y)our Univariate Implementations are capable of.


O'brien, Tim wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-05-26 at 18:27, Al Chou wrote:
>>How about adding test cases for analytically exact scenarios that an algorithm
>>should be able to get correct to within machine precision?  I always had to
>>start with those in my research.
> I think we've found a good reference in the few certified results from
> NIST.  I'd be interested in knowing if there are other freely available
> datasets.  Al, you had previously submitted a list of resources, could
> you do us the favor of submitting those as a patch for developer.xml?
> Tim 
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