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Mathematical Computation by Ian Craw

Small book cover: Mathematical Computation

Mathematical Computation
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Publisher: University of Aberdeen
Number of pages: 156

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The overall aim of the course is to present modern computer programming techniques in the context of mathematical computation and numerical analysis and to foster the independence needed to use these techniques as appropriate in subsequent work.

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