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Numerical methods for non-linear problems
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by C. Taylor, E. Hinton, D.R.J. Owen.|
|Contributions||Taylor, C., Hinton, E., Owen, D. R. J., International Conference on Numerical Methods for Non-Linear Problems. (1st : 1980 : University College of Swansea), International Conference on Numerical Methods for Non-Linear Problems. (2nd : 1984 : Universidad Politécnica de Barcelona), International Conference on Numerical Methods for Non-Linear Problems. (3rd : 1986 : Dubrovnik, Croatia)|
|LC Classifications||TA329 .N86 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0906674093, 0906674360, 0906674573|
Non-linear operator equations connected with the discussion of infinite-dimensional spaces (see, for example –) are a very broad mathematical concept, including as special cases, for example, non-linear integral equations and non-linear boundary value problems. Numerical methods for the approximate solution of them include also methods for. method. We also examined numerical methods such as the Runge-Kutta methods, that are used to solve initial-value problems for ordinary di erential equations. However these problems only focused on solving nonlinear equations with only one variable, rather than nonlinear equations with several variables. The goal of this paper is to examine Cited by: 3.
Numerical Methods for Non-Linear Problems Edited by: C. Taylor, E. Hinton, D. R. J. Owen Department of Civil Engineering, University College, Swansea, U. K. Description: Designed as an introduction to numerical methods for students, this book combines mathematical correctness with numerical performance, and concentrates on numerical methods and problem solving. It applies actual numerical solution strategies to formulated process models to help identify and solve chemical engineering problems.
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