A branch of mathematics that studies the use of repeated discrete operations to find approximate solutions to continuous equations.
Bergen, Norway. Information about the annual international Domain Decomposition meeting, links to people working in the field and information about books and other material related to Domain Decomposition.
A nonprofit organization that supports and promotes research on foundations of computational mathematics.
A collection of resources on numerical methods aimed at undergraduates, maintained at the University of South Florida.
Indexes links relating to interval arithmetic and related issues.
Tracking moving interfaces in computational geometry, materials sciences, robotics, image processing, and fluid mechanics; numerical techniques based on partial differential equations.
Newton's iteration : History, convergence results, Halley's iteration and high order new iterations. A web text in HTML and PostScript.
A guide to on-line resources.
Distance learning course dealing with finite differences / elements, Monte-Carlo, Fourier and Lagrangian methods for the advection, diffusion, wave, Schrodinger, Burger and KdV equations. The commercial version of a course taught to science and engineering students at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (Sweden).
SIAM activity group. Newsletter, conferences, bibliography, reports, history, jobs, other resources.
Approximation formulae to compute real and complex solutions of equations in a spreadsheet.
Describing two major algorithms: one efficient in terms of size, the other in terms of speed. English/Portuguese.
Directory of sites containing software for numerical analysis (mainly in Fortran).
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