Acta numerica Volume 12 2003

Contributor(s): Iserles, A [Editor]
Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2003Description: 512 p.ISBN: 9780521174312Subject(s): Mathematics | Numerical geometric integration | Stormer - Verlet MethodDDC classification: 519.405 Summary: Acta Numerica surveys annually the most important developments in numerical mathematics and scientific computing. The subjects and authors of the substantive survey articles are chosen by a distinguished international editorial board to report the most important and timely developments in a manner accessible to the wider community of professionals with an interest in scientific computing. Acta Numerica volumes have proved to be a valuable tool not only for researchers and professionals wishing to develop their understanding of numerical techniques and algorithms but also for instructors needing an advanced teaching aid. Reports developments in numerical analysis and scientific computing Written in a style accessible to graduate students and researchers Authors have made notable contributions to the development of their topic https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/mathematics/numerical-analysis/acta-numerica-2003-volume-12?format=PB
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Table of Contents:
1. Meshless methods Ivo Babuvska and John Osborn
2. Viscosity methods Bernardo Cockburn
3. Computational optics Bjorn Engquist and Olof Runborg
4. Model reduction methods Roland Freund
5. Computational financial mathematics Jonathan Goodman
6. Automatic differentiation Andreas Griewank
7. Numerical geometric integration Ernst Hairer, Christian Lubich and Gerhard Wanner
8. Numerical stability theory for PDEs Eitan Tadmor.

Acta Numerica surveys annually the most important developments in numerical mathematics and scientific computing. The subjects and authors of the substantive survey articles are chosen by a distinguished international editorial board to report the most important and timely developments in a manner accessible to the wider community of professionals with an interest in scientific computing. Acta Numerica volumes have proved to be a valuable tool not only for researchers and professionals wishing to develop their understanding of numerical techniques and algorithms but also for instructors needing an advanced teaching aid.
Reports developments in numerical analysis and scientific computing
Written in a style accessible to graduate students and researchers
Authors have made notable contributions to the development of their topic

https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/mathematics/numerical-analysis/acta-numerica-2003-volume-12?format=PB

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