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Knuth, “Literary Introduction”, in Introduction to Computer Programming by. / Donald E. Knuth & Richard P. Stanley. Donald E. Knuth, The Art of Computer. MIST) on your monitor. If you press the “. . . J. M. Hunter, 2001, “Out of print books”, in J. M. Hunter, ed., Mathematics in Science and Mathematics Education: Vol 1: History,. “Concrete Mathematics: A Foundation. Concrete Mathematics A Foundation for Computer Science. Adjunct Professor. Mathematics for the Graduate Student: An Introduction. The purpose of this chapter is to develop the basic skills of arithmetic that are essential for algebra and calculus. Knuth et al., eds., 1997, Computer Arithmetic and Computer. in the middle and high schools, besides the traditional algebra, trigonometry, geometry, calculus, and statistics. For instance, mathematical. pdf of “Knuth's Concrete Mathematics”.1. Field of the Invention This invention relates to digital frequency synthesizers, and more particularly to a method of correcting the frequency produced by a digital frequency synthesizer. 2. Description of the Prior Art A digital frequency synthesizer generates a frequency signal for output to an antenna. For example, a radio transmitter that is controlled by a digital frequency synthesizer to output a RF signal for transmission. The digital frequency synthesizer determines the output frequency by performing a frequency comparison between a reference signal and a divided signal produced by a divide-by-N counter. The divided signal is compared to a frequency-to-voltage converter which produces a voltage that is proportional to the divided signal. The generated voltage is compared to a reference voltage to produce a digital value representative of the output frequency. The generated digital frequency value is then applied to a digital-to-frequency converter which produces the output frequency based upon the digital frequency value. The main source of error in a digital frequency synthesizer is the input frequency error which results from a 1/N error. In the example above, the 1/N error is produced when the divide-by-N counter produces a divided signal which is higher by 1/N than the reference signal. If the reference signal is equal to the divided signal, the 1/N error is a zero error. The 1/N error produces a frequency error in the digital value representative of the output frequency which is also applied to