This is an introductory text aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students of mathematics, statistics, physical science, computer science, engineering and management. It is also valuable as a resource book for practicing scientists and engineers who have to use numerical procedure to solve problems.
Applied Numerical Analysis is an introductory text aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students of mathematics, statistics, physical science, computer science, engineering and management. It is also valuable as a resource book for practising scientists and engineers who have to use numerical procedure to solve problems. The relationship to the fundamental mathematical basis for the procedures is presented so that a true understanding of the subject is attained. Clarity of exposition, development through examples and logical arrangement of topics aid the students to become more adept at applying the method. A lot of objective questions are given at the end of each chapter. Each exercise set contains problems designed to provide students with the opportunity to practice the sequence of calculations associated with a particular method.
Salient Features of the book:
- Computer Arithmetic and Errors
- Finite Difference Operators
- Interpolation with Equal Intervals
- Interpolation with Unequal Intervals
- Numerical Differentiation and Integrations
- Numerical Roots of Polynomial and Transcendental Equations in One Variable
- Numerical Solution of System of Simultaneous Equations
- Matrix Inversion
- Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors of a Matrix
- Initial Value Problems of Ordinary Differential Equations
- Initial Value Problems of Partial Differential Equations
- Fitting of Curves and Cubic Splines
- Data Approximation of Functions
- Difference Equations
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Sudhir Kumar Pundir|
|Size||28×40/16 (trimmed 173×240mm)|
|About the Author||
Sudhir Kumar Pundir MSc, MPhil, NET (CSIR), JRF, SRF, PhD is currently Associate Professor and Head, Department of Mathematics, SD (PG) College, Muzaffarnagar (UP). Formerly, he was Head, Department of Mathematics, Government (PG) College, Rishikesh (UK). Dr Pundir has been a recipient of JRF and SRF of CSIR, New Delhi, during his research work. He has been teaching UG and PG classes for well over two decades. He also organized and attended a number of national and international conferences. Six students have been awarded PhD degree under his supervision. He has to his credit more than 100 books for undergraduate, postgraduate and engineering students which are widely used by the students of various universities.