Lecture slides corresponding to the contents of the book
Scientific Computing: An Introductory
Survey are available in pdf format.
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- Scientific Computing
- Systems of Linear Equations
- Linear Least Squares
- Eigenvalue Problems
- Nonlinear Equations
- Numerical Integration and Differentiation
- Initial Value Problems for ODEs
- Boundary Value Problems for ODEs
- Partial Differential Equations
- Fast Fourier Transform
- Random Numbers and Simulation
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