Numerical methods that work by Forman S. Acton

By Forman S. Acton

Numerical equipment that paintings, initially released in 1970, has been reissued through the MAA with a brand new preface and a few extra difficulties. Acton bargains with a common sense method of numerical algorithms for the answer of equations: algebraic, transcendental, and differential. He assumes computing device is accessible for appearing the majority of the mathematics. The ebook is split into elements, both of that can shape the root of a one-semester path in numerical equipment. half I discusses lots of the regular suggestions: roots of transcendental equations, roots of polynomials, eigenvalues of symmetric matrices, and so forth. half II cuts around the easy instruments, stressing such standard difficulties as extrapolation, elimination of singularities, and lack of major figures. The publication is written with readability and precision, meant for functional instead of theoretical use. This e-book will curiosity mathematicians, either natural and utilized, in addition to any scientist or engineer operating with numerical difficulties.

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