Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Minneapolis 2002
The Foundations of Computational Mathematics meetings are a platform for cross-fertilization between numerical analysis, mathematics and computer science. This volume contains the invited presentations, given by some of the leading authorities in the world, and topics surveyed range from partial differential equations to image processing, biology, complexity, number theory and algebraic geometry. The volume will be essential reading for all those wishing to be informed of the state-of-the-art in computational mathematics.
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Some Fundamental Issues
Approximation of boundary element operators
Numerical Solution of Structured Problems
Maple Packages and Java Applets
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