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Numerical Analysis I by Mark Embree

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Numerical Analysis I
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Publisher: Rice University
Number of pages: 207

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This course takes a tour through many algorithms of numerical analysis, sampling a variety of techniques suitable across many applications. We aim to assess alternative methods based on both accuracy and efficiency, to discern well-posed problems from ill-posed ones, and to see these methods in action through computer implementation.

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