Numerical Methods For Time Dependent Equations
by P. Lascaux
Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1976
Number of pages: 162
The solution of time dependent equations of hydrodynamics is a subject of great importance. This book is mainly concentrated on the study of the stability of the various schemes. We have considered only the stability for linearized problems.
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