Parameterized Gregory Formula

N. Khelil, L. Djerou

Abstract


In this article we prove that the Gregory Formula \((G)\) can be optimized by minimizing some of their coefficients in the remainder term. Experimental tests prove that obtained Formula can be rendered a powerful formula for library use.

Keywords


Umbral calculus; Numerical integration; Gregory formula; Series expansions

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