**Introduction to Fortran 95 and Numerical Computing**

by Adrian Sandu

**Publisher**: Virginia Tech 2001**Number of pages**: 215

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Contents: a quick tour of fortran 95; the building blocks of a fortran application; flow control; computer arithmetic; applications; intrinsic functions; input and output; arrays; more on procedures; parametrized intrinsic types; derived types; pointers and targets; elements of object-oriented programming; code performance; linear systems of algebraic equations; linear least squares; nonlinear equations; polynomial interpolation; numerical integration; splines; Taylor polynomials.

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