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Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Santander 2005 (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series) y First edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0521681612
ISBN-10: 0521681618
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Leading figures in modern computational mathematics present here latest research and provide surveys of contemporary topics. This is a valuable resource for all working in numerical analysis, optimization, computer algebra and scientific computing.

About the Author

Luis Pardo is a Professor at the Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain.

Allan Pinkus holds the Margaret Mosnefelder Harris Chair in Mathematics at the Technicon Israel Institute of Technology.

Endre Süli is a Professor of Numerical Analyis at Oxford University Computing Laboratory and a Fellow of Linacre College.

Mile Todd is a Leon C. Welch Professor at the School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, Cornell University.
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