**Advanced Scientific Computing**

by Zdzislaw Meglicki

**Publisher**: Indiana University 2001**Number of pages**: 301

**Description**:

Topics: linear algebra and fast Fourier transform packages and algorithms, Message Passing Interface (MPI) and parallel I/O (MPI/IO), 3D visualisation of scientific data sets, implementation and architecture of problem solving environments: octave and calc, quantum computing.

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