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The Resource Afternotes on numerical analysis : a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact, G.W. Stewart, (electronic resource)
Afternotes on numerical analysis : a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact, G.W. Stewart, (electronic resource)
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 This book presents the central ideas of modern numerical analysis in a vivid and straightforward fashion with a minimum of fuss and formality. Stewart designed this volume while teaching an upperdivision course in introductory numerical analysis. To clarify what he was teaching, he wrote down each lecture immediately after it was given. The result reflects the wit, insight, and verbal craftmanship which are hallmarks of the author. Simple examples are used to introduce each topic, then the author quickly moves on to the discussion of important methods and techniques. With its rich mixture of graphs and code segments, the book provides insights and advice that help the reader avoid the many pitfalls in numerical computation that can easily trap an unwary beginner. Written by a leading expert in numerical analysis, this book is certain to be the one you need to guide you through your favorite textbook
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 electronic text (x, 200 p.)
 Contents

 Part One. Nonlinear equations. Lecture 1. By the dawn's early light  Lecture 2. Newton's method  Lecture 3. A quasiNewton method  Lecture 4. The Secant method  Lecture 5. A hybrid method
 Part Two. Computer arithmetic. Lecture 6. Floatingpoint numbers  Lecture 7. Computing sums  Lecture 8. Cancellation
 Part Three. Linear equations. Lecture 9. Matrices, vectors, and scalars  Lecture 10. Theory of linear systems  Lecture 11. Memory considerations  Lecture 12. Positive definite matrices  Lecture 13. Innerproduct form of the Cholesky Algorithm  Lecture 14. Pivoting  Lecture 15. Vector norms  Lecture 16. The condition of linear systems  Lecture 17. The wonderful residual: a project
 Part Four. Polynomial interpolation. Lecture 18. Quadratic interpolation  Lecture 19. Synthetic division  Lecture 20. Error in interpolation  Part Five. Numerical integration and differentiation. Lecture 21. Numerical integration  Lecture 22. The composite Simpson's Rule  Lecture 23. The setting  Lecture 24. Numerical differentiation and integration  Bibliography
 Isbn
 9781611971491
 Label
 Afternotes on numerical analysis : a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact
 Title
 Afternotes on numerical analysis
 Title remainder
 a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact
 Statement of responsibility
 G.W. Stewart
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book presents the central ideas of modern numerical analysis in a vivid and straightforward fashion with a minimum of fuss and formality. Stewart designed this volume while teaching an upperdivision course in introductory numerical analysis. To clarify what he was teaching, he wrote down each lecture immediately after it was given. The result reflects the wit, insight, and verbal craftmanship which are hallmarks of the author. Simple examples are used to introduce each topic, then the author quickly moves on to the discussion of important methods and techniques. With its rich mixture of graphs and code segments, the book provides insights and advice that help the reader avoid the many pitfalls in numerical computation that can easily trap an unwary beginner. Written by a leading expert in numerical analysis, this book is certain to be the one you need to guide you through your favorite textbook
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 Also available in print version.
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 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Stewart, G. W.
 Dewey number
 519.4
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA297
 LC item number
 .S785 1996eb
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
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 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
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 Numerical analysis
 Target audience
 adult
 Label
 Afternotes on numerical analysis : a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact, G.W. Stewart, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 187189) and index
 Color
 black and white
 Contents

 Part One. Nonlinear equations. Lecture 1. By the dawn's early light  Lecture 2. Newton's method  Lecture 3. A quasiNewton method  Lecture 4. The Secant method  Lecture 5. A hybrid method
 Part Two. Computer arithmetic. Lecture 6. Floatingpoint numbers  Lecture 7. Computing sums  Lecture 8. Cancellation
 Part Three. Linear equations. Lecture 9. Matrices, vectors, and scalars  Lecture 10. Theory of linear systems  Lecture 11. Memory considerations  Lecture 12. Positive definite matrices  Lecture 13. Innerproduct form of the Cholesky Algorithm  Lecture 14. Pivoting  Lecture 15. Vector norms  Lecture 16. The condition of linear systems  Lecture 17. The wonderful residual: a project
 Part Four. Polynomial interpolation. Lecture 18. Quadratic interpolation  Lecture 19. Synthetic division  Lecture 20. Error in interpolation  Part Five. Numerical integration and differentiation. Lecture 21. Numerical integration  Lecture 22. The composite Simpson's Rule  Lecture 23. The setting  Lecture 24. Numerical differentiation and integration  Bibliography
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 Afternotes on numerical analysis : a series of lectures on elementary numerical analysis presented at the University of Maryland at College Park and recorded after the fact, G.W. Stewart, (electronic resource)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 187189) and index
 Color
 black and white
 Contents

 Part One. Nonlinear equations. Lecture 1. By the dawn's early light  Lecture 2. Newton's method  Lecture 3. A quasiNewton method  Lecture 4. The Secant method  Lecture 5. A hybrid method
 Part Two. Computer arithmetic. Lecture 6. Floatingpoint numbers  Lecture 7. Computing sums  Lecture 8. Cancellation
 Part Three. Linear equations. Lecture 9. Matrices, vectors, and scalars  Lecture 10. Theory of linear systems  Lecture 11. Memory considerations  Lecture 12. Positive definite matrices  Lecture 13. Innerproduct form of the Cholesky Algorithm  Lecture 14. Pivoting  Lecture 15. Vector norms  Lecture 16. The condition of linear systems  Lecture 17. The wonderful residual: a project
 Part Four. Polynomial interpolation. Lecture 18. Quadratic interpolation  Lecture 19. Synthetic division  Lecture 20. Error in interpolation  Part Five. Numerical integration and differentiation. Lecture 21. Numerical integration  Lecture 22. The composite Simpson's Rule  Lecture 23. The setting  Lecture 24. Numerical differentiation and integration  Bibliography
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 electronic text (x, 200 p.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 online
 Governing access note
 Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
 Isbn
 9781611971491
 Isbn Type
 (electronic bk.)
 Other physical details
 ill., digital file.
 Publisher number
 OT49
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number

 386251501okla_normanlaw
 (SIRSI)3862515
 (Sirsi) i9781611971491
 (CaBNVSL)gtp00547386
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