02470nmm a2200289 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002800139245009900167250001700266260004700283300003200330505028600362653005300648653002500701653002300726653002300749710003400772041001900806989003800825856007200863082000800935520123700943EB000615557EBX0100000000000000046863900000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97808176813641 aTyrtyshnikov, Eugene E.00aA Brief Introduction to Numerical AnalysishElektronische Ressourcecby Eugene E. Tyrtyshnikov a1st ed. 1997 aBoston, MAbBirkhĂ¤user Bostonc1997, 1997 aXII, 202 pbonline resource0 aLecture 1 -- Lecture 2 -- Lecture 3 -- Lecture 4 -- Lecture 5 -- Lecture 6 -- Lecture 7 -- Lecture 8 -- Lecture 9 -- Lecture 10 -- Lecture 11 -- Lecture 12 -- Lecture 13 -- Lecture 14 -- Lecture 15 -- Lecture 16 -- Lecture 17 -- Lecture 18 -- Lecture 19 -- Lecture 20 -- Lecture 21 aComputational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis aComputer mathematics aNumerical analysis aNumerical Analysis2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -2004 uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-8176-8136-4?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a518 aProbably I ought to explain why one more book on numerical methods can be useful. Without any doubt, there are many quite good and excellent books on the subject. But I know definitely that I did not realize this when I was a student. In this book, my first desire was to present those lectures that I wished I would have heard when I was a student. Besides, in spite of the profusion of textbooks, introductory courses, and monographs on numerical methods, some of them are too elementary, some are too difficult, some are far too overwhelmedwith applications, and most of them are too lengthy for those who want to see the whole picture in a short time. I hope that the brevity of the course left me no chance to obscure the beauty and depth of mathematical ideas behind the theory and methods of numerical analysis. I am convincedthat such a book should be very conciseindeed. It should be thoroughly structured, giving information in short sections which, ideally, are a half-page in length. Equally important, the book should not give an impression that nothing is left to work on in this field. Any time it becomes possible to say something about modern development and recent results, I do try to find time and place for this