Handbook of Numerical Analysis, Volume 11

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Philippe G. Ciarlet, Jacques-Louis Lions
Gulf Professional Publishing, 2003 - Mathematics - 470 pages
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From geometric integration and its applications, and linear programming and condition numbers under the real number computational model, to chaos in finite difference schemes, these essays explore the foundational issues of computational mathematics.

 

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Contents

SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS IN R PART
3
Padé Approximations C Brezinski and J van Iseghem
47
NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SOLIDS PART2
83
Computation Model D Cheung F Cucker Y Ye
141
VOLUMEV
209
Approximation and Interpolation Theory Bl Sendov and A Andreev
223
Chaos in Finite Difference Scheme M Yamaguti Y Maeda
305
in Image Processing G Sapiro
383
Computational Approaches of Relativistic Models in Quantum Chemistry
453
SUBJECT INDEX
463
NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SOLIDS PART
465
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Philippe G. Ciarlet began his academic career at the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, in 1974, and moved to the City University of Hong Kong in 2002. He is a member of eight academies, including the French Academy of Sciences and the Hong Kong Institution of Science, and is a Fellow of SIAM and the AMS. Ciarlet is the recipient of a Grand Prize from the French Academy of Sciences and a Humboldt Research Award, as well as many other awards. He is Doctor Honoris Causa, or Honorary Professor, at eight universities and the author of 190 research papers and fifteen books.

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