9 edition of Scientific Computing and Automation (Europe 1990 : Proceedings of the Scientific Computing and Automation) found in the catalog.
December 1990 by Elsevier Science Ltd .
Written in English
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Search in this book series. Scientific Computing and Automation (Europe) Proceedings of the Scientific Computing and Automation (Europe) Conference June • Maastricht, The Netherlands. Edited by E.J. Karjalainen. Volume 6, Pages 2A, 2C, 2E, ii-xii, ().
This book comprises a large selection of papers presented at the second European Scientific Computing and Automation meeting (SCA 90 (Europe)) which was held in June in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
The increasing use of computers for making measurements, interpreting data, and filing results brings a new unity to Edition: 1. Brevity is simultaneously the book's strength and its weakness.
Scientific Computing is not so much a comprehensive textbook as a collection of introductions to the central ideas of the most important, elementary numerical methods for linear algebra, calculus, differential equations and /5.
The book contains a wealth of material and can be used in a variety of one- or two-term courses in computer science, mathematics, or engineering. Its comprehensiveness and modern perspective, as well as the software pointers provided, also make it a highly useful reference for practicing professionals who need to solve computational problems.
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