| __Fibonacci numerical integration on a sphere__ *(Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)* |

| | For elementary **numerical** **integration** on a sphere, there is a distinct advantage in using an oblique array of **integration** sampling points based on a chosen pair of successive Fibonacci numbers. |

| | Besides the oblique Fibonacci array, the prescription we give is also based on a non-uniform scaling used for one-dimensional **numerical** **integration**, and indeed achieves the same order of accuracy as for one dimension: error ~N |

| | This benefit of Fibonacci is not shared by domains of **integration** with boundaries (e.g., a square, for which it was originally proposed); with non-uniform scaling the error goes as N |

| stacks.iop.org /0305-4470/37/11591 (306 words) |