## Exploring Numerical Methods: An Introduction to Scientific Computing Using MATLABLinz's and Wang's (both U. of California at Davis) textbook is for use in an undergraduate introductory, one-year course in numerical analysis. The text uses MATLAB for the implementation of methods and algorithms. A free license to NASOFT, student-friendly software created by the authors, comes wit |

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### Contents

Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | 7 |

The Solution of Systems of Linear Equations | 31 |

Polynomials and Polynomial Approximations | 57 |

Chapter 5 | 85 |

3 | 125 |

The Solution of Nonlinear Equations | 171 |

Advanced Matrix Algorithms | 209 |

Eigenvalue Problems | 237 |

Boundary and Eigenvalue Problems for Ordinary | 313 |

Initial Value Problems for Partial | 343 |

Boundary Value Problems for Partial | 365 |

IllConditioned and IllPosed Problems | 383 |

Numerical Computing in MATLAB | 413 |

NASOFT User Manual and Example Scripts | 427 |

Explorations | 449 |

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