**Numerical Methods Course Notes**

by Steven E. Pav

**Publisher**: University of California at San Diego 2005**Number of pages**: 180

**Description**:

From the table of contents: A "Crash" Course in octave/Matlab; Solving Linear Systems; Finding Roots; Interpolation; Spline Interpolation; Approximating Derivatives; Integrals and Quadrature; Least Squares; Ordinary Differential Equations.

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