Numerical Solutions of Engineering Problems
by K. Nandakumar
Publisher: University of Alberta 1998
Number of pages: 193
Contents: On mathematical models; Single nonlinear algebraic equation; System of linear algebraic equations; System of nonlinear algebraic equations; Numerical differentiation, integration; Ordinary differential equations - Initial value problems; Ordinary differential equations - Boundary value problems.
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