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Numerical Stability by M.N. Spijker

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Numerical Stability
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Publisher: Leiden University
Number of pages: 71

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Stability estimates and resolvent conditions in the numerical solution of initial value problems. Contents: Partial differential equations and numerical methods; Analysis; Linear algebra; The problem of stability in the numerical solution of differential equations; Stability estimates under resolvent conditions on the numerical solution operator B; Stability estimates under resolvent conditions on hA.

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