| E. Cheney, David Kincaid - Mathematics - 2012 - 704 pages
Authors Ward Cheney and David Kincaid show students of science and engineering the potential computers have for solving numerical problems and give them ample opportunities to ... | |
| Günther Hämmerlin, Karl-Heinz Hoffmann - Mathematics - 2012 - 425 pages
"In truth, it is not knowledge, but learning, not possessing, but production, not being there, but travelling there, which provides the greatest pleasure. When I have ... | |
| David Ronald Kincaid, Elliott Ward Cheney - Mathematics - 1991 - 690 pages
* takes time to develop appropriate theory so that students appreciate the math behind the algorithms.* unusually comprehensive, having more content but less formal writing ... | |
| David M. Young, Robert Todd Gregory - Mathematics - 1988 - 560 pages
Volume I of two-volume set offers broad self-contained coverage of computer-oriented numerical algorithms for solving mathematical problems related to linear algebra, ordinary ... | |
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