
Numerical Methods For Differential Equations: Fundamental Concepts For Scientific & Engineering Applications, 1/e
Michael A. Celia, Princeton University
William G. Gray, University of Notre Dame
Published September, 1991 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics
Copyright 1992, 464 pp.
Cloth
ISBN 0136269613

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Senior/Graduate level text covering numerical methods used to solve
ordinary and partial differential equations in science and
engineering. Emphasis is on problemsolving as a means of gaining a
deeper understanding of the fundamental concepts. Not a cookbook of
formulas. Topics include an introduction to partial differential
equations, finite difference method, finite element approximations,
design of numerical approximations, and analytical tools. Includes
review of linear algebra.
