Home

ISO/IEC 10967-3:2006
Subscribe to updates

Information technology -- Language independent arithmetic -- Part 3: Complex integer and floating point arithmetic and complex elementary numerical functions

This standard was last reviewed* in 2013.

*ISO standards are reviewed every five years.

Abstract

ISO/IEC 10967-3:2005 is based on ISO/IEC 10967-2 and ISO/IEC 10967-1, as well as IEC 60559.

ISO/IEC 10967-3:2005 specifies the properties of complex and imaginary integer datatypes and floating point datatypes, basic operations on values of these datatypes as well as some numerical functions for which operand or result values are of imaginary or complex integer datatypes or imaginary or complex floating point datatypes constructed from integer and floating point datatypes satisfying the requirements of ISO/IEC 10967-1. These operations and functions are available in a variety of programming languages in common use for mathematical and numerical applications.

The specification includes:

  • Basic imaginary integer and complex integer operations;
  • Non-transcendental imaginary floating point and Cartesian complex floating point operations;
  • Exponentiation, logarithm, radian trigonometric, and hyperbolic operations for imaginary floating point and Cartesian complex floating point;
  • The results produced by an included floating point operation when one or more operand values include IEC 60559 special values; and
  • Program-visible parameters that characterize certain aspects of the operations.

 

Related standards

Format
  • PDF

    This format preserves the paper layout, and is watermarked

  • EPUB

    This format allows documents to be read on tablets and smartphones

  • COLOUR PDF

    Enhanced user-friendly colour PDF format

  • REDLINE

    See any updates made from previous versions at a glance

  • PAPER

    Normally A4 size documents. Shipping costs apply

Language
PDF
Paper

Swiss francs CHF 198

Add to basket

Got a question?

Check out our FAQs

Email customer services
or call us on +41 22 749 08 88
09:00 – 12:30, 14:00 – 17:00 (UTC+1).