Numerical Analysis: Mathematics of Scientific Computing

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Brooks/Cole, 2002 - Mathematics - 788 pages
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This highly successful and scholarly book introduces readers with diverse backgrounds to the various types of mathematical analysis that are commonly needed in scientific computing. The subject of numerical analysis is treated from a mathematical point of view, offering a complete analysis of methods for scientific computing with careful proofs and scientific background. An in-depth treatment of the topics of numerical analysis, a more scholarly approach, and a different menu of topics sets this book apart from the authors' well-respected and best-selling text: NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING, FOURTH EDITION.

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Contents

What Is It?
1
Computer Arithmetic
37
Solution of Nonlinear Equations
73
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Kincaid is the recently retired Director of the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies at University College London. Prior to his academic career he was variously London Regional Property Manager for IBM, a member of the Visitors Board of the Building Research Establishment, and Associate Director of Symonds Facilities Management, and Chief Engineer for Drake and Scull Engineering in London.

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