Applied numerical methods using MATLAB
Yang, Wŏn-yŏng
1953-
creator
Cao, Wenwu.
Chŏng, Tʻae-sang
1952-
Morris, John
text
bibliography
ii
New Delhi
J. Wiley
c2005
2005
monographic
eng
xiv, 508 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
"Increasingly, scientists and engineers favor MATLAB over conventional programming languages, such as FORTRAN and C when they wish to solve complex problems. This book will enable readers to solve problems without needing to understand all the details of the underlying theory of numerical methods. By providing many examples of the uses of similar functions, it guides them towards the selection of the appropriate MATLAB functions for solving their problem efficiently."--BOOK JACKET.
1. MATLAB usage and computational errors -- 2. System of linear equations -- 3. Interpolation and curve fitting -- 4. Nonlinear equations -- 5. Numerical differentiation/integration -- 6. Ordinary differential equations -- 7. Optimization -- 8. Matrices and eigenvalues -- 9. Partial differential equations -- App. A. Mean value theorem -- App. B. Matrix operations/properties -- App. C. Differentiation with respect to a vector -- App. D. Laplace transform -- App. E. Fourier transform -- App. F. Useful formulas -- App. G. Symbolic computation -- App. H. Sparse matrices -- App. I. MATLAB.
general
by Won Y. Yang, Wenwu Cao, Tae S. Chung and John Morris.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
MATLAB
Numerical analysis
Data processing
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