The Operator axioms have produced new real numbers with new operators. New operators naturally produce new equations and thus extend the traditional mathematical models which are selected to describe various scientific rules. So new operators help to describe complex scientific rules which are difficult described by traditional equations and have an enormous application potential. As to the equations including new operators, engineering computation often need the approximate solutions reflecting an intuitive order relation and equivalence relation. However, the order relation and equivalence relation of real numbers are not as intuitive as those of base-b expansions. Thus, this paper introduces numerical computations to approximate all real numbers with base-b expansions.
Citation: Pith Peishu Xie. Numerical computations for Operator axioms[J]. AIMS Mathematics, 2021, 6(4): 4011-4024. doi: 10.3934/math.2021238
The Operator axioms have produced new real numbers with new operators. New operators naturally produce new equations and thus extend the traditional mathematical models which are selected to describe various scientific rules. So new operators help to describe complex scientific rules which are difficult described by traditional equations and have an enormous application potential. As to the equations including new operators, engineering computation often need the approximate solutions reflecting an intuitive order relation and equivalence relation. However, the order relation and equivalence relation of real numbers are not as intuitive as those of base-b expansions. Thus, this paper introduces numerical computations to approximate all real numbers with base-b expansions.
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