(Math with Bittians)

by Dennis Crombie

OSI Certified Open Source Software

bMath: what's the point?

the heart and soul:

Bittians - little more then 1/3 degree - fits like a glove into 1's and 0's

1024 Bittians = 360 Degrees = 2pi Radians = 0

(the lower 10 bits of int(Bittians)) + the fractional = the angle (extraction speed is constant without size restriction)

2's compliment is built into the extraction - negative is positive

**xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx
xx11 1111 1111 + fractional**

bit 9 is the sector

bits 9, 8 is the quadrant

bits 9, 8, 7 is the octant

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Bittians are more logical then radians in a computer, they conform to machine principals by nature