Numerical Methods Using Matlab

Numerical Methods Using Matlab

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Suitable for modern numerical methods courses for third and fourth years of study. A good basic reference for postgraduates. Skillfully balancing rigor with practicality, this progressive and visually rich text on using MATLAB software explores how this modern and powerful computing technology can - in an elegant and efficient way - solve exacting and interesting problems that have application in science and industry. Encouraging systematic experimentation, it offers an extensive, hands-on study of MATLAB functions and exposes students to a wide range of numerical algorithms - including optimization and regression analysis with applications of symbolic methods - with full explanations of their fundamental principles and illustrations of their application.show more

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  • Paperback | 344 pages
  • 175.3 x 236 x 17.3mm | 512.57g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130309664
  • 9780130309662

Table of contents

1. An Introduction to MATLAB2. Linear Equations and Eigensystems3. Solution of Non-linear Equations4. Differentiation and Integration5. Solution of Differential Equations6. Boundary Value Problems7. Fitting Functions to Data8. Optimisation Methods9. Applications of the Symbolic Toolbox.Appendix 1: Matrix AlgebraAppendix 2: Error AnalysisAppendix 3: Special Maple FunctionsAppendix 4: MATLAB FunctionsReferencesSolutions to Problems Indexshow more

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