| John R. Rice - Mathematics - 1983 - 483 pages
Mathematics and computer science background. Numerical software. Errors, roud-off, and stabilitly. Models and formulas for numerical computations. Interpolation. Matrices and ... | |
| Ronald F. Boisvert, Elias N. Houstis - Computers - 2002 - 386 pages
The foundation of computational science is computational mathematics, and the general-purpose tools used to do computational mathematics are known as mathematical software ... | |
| Ronald F. Boisvert, Ping Tak Peter Tang - Computers - 2001 - 358 pages
Scientific applications involve very large computations that strain the resources of whatever computers are available. Such computations implement sophisticated mathematics ... | |
| John Rischard Rice - Mathematics - 1988 - 208 pages
Scientific software is the fuel that drives today's computers to solve a vast range of problems. Huge efforts are being put into developing new software, new systems and new ... | |
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