Numerical Analysis, Volume 1

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Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1997 - Analyse numérique - 811 pages
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Provides a foundation in modern approximation techniques and explains how, why and when they can be expected to work. This edition places greater emphasis on providing applied problems from diverse areas so that students understand how numerical methods are used in real-life situations.

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Mathematical Preliminaries
Solutions of Equations in One Variable
Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation

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Richard L. Burden is a Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at Youngstown State University. His master's degree in mathematics and doctoral degree in mathematics, with a specialization in numerical analysis, were both awarded by Case Western Reserve University. He also earned a masters degree in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh. His mathematical interests include numerical analysis, numerical linear algebra, and mathematical statistics. Dr. Burden has been named a distinguished professor for teaching and service three times at Youngstown State University. He was also named a distinguished chair as the chair of the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences. He wrote the Actuarial Examinations in Numerical Analysis from 1990 until 1999.

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