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Lectures in Basic Computational Numerical Analysis

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Lectures in Basic Computational Numerical Analysis
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Publisher: University of Kentucky
Number of pages: 166

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These notes cover the following topics: Numerical linear algebra; Solution of nonlinear equations; Approximation theory; Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations; Numerical solution of partial differential equations.

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