Designed for the core course on the subject, this book seeks to provide students with at sound introductin to Numerical Methods. Logical arrangement of topics, clarity of presentation and illustration through examples aid the student in becoming adept at applying the methods. A number of unique features make this book differnet from other existing books in the field. Key features Mathematical derivatin of each method is given to build the reader's understanding of numerical analysis. Algorithms are given using pseudocodes, whenever possible. The concept, cause and consequence of errors in the applilcation of numerical computing is highlighted. Error analysis of each method is tackled in detail. Emphasisk on computer arthimetic, different from real arithmetic.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2009