RPN and Calculators
The Museum of HP Calculators
- HP 16c, programmer's calculator
- HP 41c, alphanumeric calculator
- HP 71B, the only calculator to implement IEEE 854
- What is RPN?
Wikipedia articles on RPN and Charles Hamblin, who invented RPN (and a lot of other things)
RPN Perspective, by John Kennedy (PDF file)
RPN, An introduction to Reverse Polish Notation on HP's website
Mike Cowlishaw's decimal arithmetic page
David Goldberg's article What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic
Wikipedia article on IEEE 754R
IEEE 754R current draft
William Kahan: How Futile are Mindless Assessments of Roundoff in Floating-Point Computation ?
Other Java ME calculators