Item description for Problems & Solutions In Scientific Computing With C++ And Java Simulations by Willi-Hans Steeb, Yorick Hardy, Alexandre Hardy & Ruedi Stoop...
Scientific computing is a collection of tools, techniques and theories required to develop and solve mathematical models in science and engineering on a computer. This timely book provides the various skills and techniques needed in scientific computing. The topics range in difficulty from elementary to advanced, and all the latest fields in scientific computing are covered such as matrices, numerical analysis, neural networks, genetic algorithms, etc.
Presented in the format of problems and detailed solutions, important concepts and techniques are introduced and developed. Many problems include software simulations. Algorithms have detailed implementations in C++ or Java. This book will prove to be invaluable not only to students and research workers in the fields of scientific computing, but also to teachers of this subject who will find this text useful as a supplement.
The topics discussed in this book are part of the e-learning and distance learning courses conducted by the International School of Scientific Computing, South Africa.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Nov 28, 2004
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812561250 ISBN13 9789812561251
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has common numerical methods Jan 1, 2008
The book is mostly a first course in numerical methods. Where the authors have provided code examples in C++ and Java. The methods in each topic would typically be found in several other numerical texts. On this basis, the main attraction of the book seems to be the example code.
Readers experienced in C++ or Java coding should be able to write code from scratch to implement methods.