Domingo Gomez Morin is an Structural Engineer experienced in Structural Analysis and Design that currently works at an Engineering/Procure/Construction Company for large projects in Oil/Gas and Petrochemical Industry. Specialized in numerical methods for Structural Analysis and Dynamics.
Results from his book has been either shown, analyzed or referenced at:
1.- American Mathematical Monthly, Domingo Gomez Morin. A Special Continued Fraction for the Golden mean, p. 65, Volume118, No.1, January, 2011.
2.- Dr. Finch, Steven. Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, V. 94, Mathematical Constants, Section 1.1, pages 3-4, Cambridge University press 2003.
3.- Waadeland Haakon. Paper entitled: Reflections on a result by Domingo Gomez.
4.- Brown Kevin. Math Pages. http://mathpages.com/home/kmath055/kmath055.htm
5.- Linas Vepstas. The Farey Room. http://linas.org/art-gallery/farey/fthumb.html
6.- By the year 2004 a young Irish student won Esat Bt prize (at University College Dublin) as Young Scientist of the Year for developing continued fractions based on methods shown in this book, see the news at:
Independent.ie News. 27/09/2004. Dublin, Ireland. Ronan Larkin. Contest for Young Scientists
7.- The Mathematics Teacher, Gomez D., Vol. 90, No. 6 (Sept. 1997), p. 480
8.- Mathematical Spectrum. B. Bertuello. The Rational Mean. Vol. 39, No. 2, 2007. UK
9.- A. Balestrino, G. Zini. Automatica.it 2011 Exposition. Universitá di Pisa Robotics and Automation Society. Paper: A Missed Connection?.
What you are about to see in this book does not appear in current math literature.