Numerical Methods Using Matlab

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 482 pages

Ideal for those in science and industry, this state-of-the-art guide to using MATLAB introduces readers to a wide range of numerical algorithms implemented by this modern and powerful computer software--with full explanations of their fundamental principles and clear visual interpretation of results using MATLAB graphics. Provides clear visual interpretation of results using MATLAB graphics, and discusses the solution of linear equations and eigenvalue problems; methods for solving non-linear equations; numerical integration and differentiation; the solution of initial value and boundary value problems; curve fitting including splines, leas squares, and Fourier analysis. Integrates developing computer technology through all algorithms and scripts, encourages systematic experimentation, and offers a thorough, hands-on study of MATLAB functions that includes optimization and regression analysis with applications of symbolic methods. For electrical engineers.

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Contents

Linear Equations and Eigensystems
42
Solution of Nonlinear Equations
120
Differentiation and Integration
160
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Penny, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aston University.

Lindfield, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aston University.

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