Introduction to Applied Mathematics
Introduction to Applied Mathematics by Gilbert Strang
Introduction to Applied Math offers a comprehensive introductory treatment of the subject. The author’s explanations of Applied Mathematics are clearly stated and easy to understand. The reference includes a wide range of timely topics from symmetric linear systems to optimization as well as illuminating hands-on examples.
Chapter 1: Symmetric Linear Systems; Chapter 2: Equilibrium Equations; Chapter 3: Equilibrium in the Continuous Case; Chapter 4: Analytical Methods; Chapter 5: Numerical Methods; Chapter 6: Initial-Value Problems; Chapter 7: Network Flows and Combinatorics; Chapter 8: Optimization; Software for Scientific Computing.
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