**Numerical Analysis: Theory and Application**

by Jan Awrejcewicz

**Publisher**: InTech 2011**ISBN-13**: 9789533073897**Number of pages**: 626

**Description**:

The book is focused on introducing theoretical approaches of numerical analysis as well as applications of various numerical methods to either study or solving numerous theoretical and engineering problems. The book can be useful for both theoretical and applied research aimed on numerical simulations.

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