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Parallel Spectral Numerical Methods

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Parallel Spectral Numerical Methods
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We start by taking a quick look at finite-precision arithmetic. We then discuss how to solve ordinary differential equations (ODE) and partial differential equations (PDE) using the technique of separation of variables. We then introduce numerical time-stepping schemes that can be used to solve ODEs and PDEs...

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