Acta Numerica 1998:
Cambridge University Press, Jul 23, 1998 - Mathematics - 383 pages
Acta Numerica is an annual volume presenting substantive survey articles in numerical analysis and scientific computing. The subjects and authors are chosen by a distinguished international Editorial Board so as to report the most important and timely developments in the subject in a manner accessible to the wider community of professionals with an interest in scientific computing.
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Monte Carlo and quasiMonte Carlo methods
Relative perturbation results for matrix eigenvalues
Stability for timedependent differential equations
Direct search algorithms for optimization calculations
Choice of norms for data fitting
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