Tea Time Numerical Analysis
by Leon Q. Brin
Publisher: Southern Connecticut State University 2014
Number of pages: 278
A one semester introduction to numerical analysis. Includes typical introductory material, root finding, numerical calculus, and interpolation techniques. The focus is on the mathematics rather than application to engineering or sciences.
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