|March 8, 2014, 11:35||
suhas jain suresh
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Stanford, USA
Posts: 27Rep Power: 6
I have a doubt in calculation of Normalized Variables used to implement various schemes. What is to be done if the denominator goes to zero? Should I use a small floating point number in denominator? But this might give substantial errors in computation... So how to counter this issue?
Thanks in advance.
Graduate student, Stanford University
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