Numerical Analysis for Engineering
by Douglas W. Harder, Richard Khoury
Publisher: University of Waterloo 2010
From the table of contents: Introduction, Error Analysis, Numeric Representation, Iteration, Linear Algebra, Interpolation, Least Squares, Taylor Series, Bracketing, The Five Techniques, Root Finding, Optimization, Differentiation, Integration, Initial-value Problems, Boundary-value Problems, Linear Programming.
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