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By Germund Dahlquist

This new e-book from the authors of the vintage e-book Numerical tools addresses the more and more vital function of numerical tools in technological know-how and engineering. extra cohesive and accomplished than the other glossy textbook within the box, it combines conventional and well-developed themes with different fabric that's infrequently present in numerical research texts, akin to period mathematics, straightforward capabilities, operator sequence, convergence acceleration, and persisted fractions. even if this quantity is self-contained, extra entire remedies of matrix computations might be given in a impending quantity. A supplementary web site comprises 3 appendices: an advent to matrix computations; an outline of Mulprec, a MATLAB® a number of precision package deal; and a consultant to literature, algorithms, and software program in numerical research. overview questions, difficulties, and desktop workouts also are incorporated. to be used in an introductory graduate direction in numerical research and for researchers who use numerical equipment in technology and engineering.

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