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Numerical Methods with MATLAB: Implementation and Application  
This book is an introduction to MATLAB and numerical methods, written for undergraduate students of engineering, applied mathematics, and science. The text is a modern exposition of classic numerical methods using MATLAB. The fundamental theory of each method is briefly developed. Rather than providing a detailed numerical analysis, the behavior of the methods is exposed by carefully designed numerical experiments. It teaches how the core techniques of numerical methods are used to solve otherwise unsolvable problems of modern technological significance. MATLAB is used to solve examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Iterative Methods for Linear and Nonlinear Equations  
By C.T. Kelley, ISBN 0-89871-352-8 This book can be used as a tutorial, as a textbook for introductory coursesin nonlinear equations or iterative methods, or as source material foran introductory course in numerical analysis at the graduate level. Theauthor provides a complete analysis of the conjugate gradient and generalizedminimum residual iterations. In addition, recent advances include Newton-Krylovmethods, incorporation of inexactness and noise into the analysis, andnew proofs and implementations of Broyden's method. The computationalexamples and exercises are based on the MATLAB environment.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Basic Finite Element Analysis with ANSYS and MATLAB  
Written in Chinese, this book discusses applications of the finite element method (FEM) with ANSYS and MATLAB. The book introduces the theory behind the FEM, and then describes effective ways to solve problems using MATLAB and ANSYS.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Differential Equations with MATLAB  
By Kevin R. Coombes, Brian R. Hunt, Ronald L. Lipsman, John E. Osborn & Garrett J. Stuck. Written as a supplement for use in conjunction with most ODE texts, this book intends to broaden the understanding of differential equations for students in introductory ODE courses. It changes the emphasis in the traditional ODE course by using MATLAB to introduce numerical methods, geometric interpretation, symbolic computation, and qualitative analysis.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Fractals and Chaos with MATLAB  
Fractals and Chaos with MATLAB Tsutomu Oguni
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
An Introduction to Numerical Methods: A MATLAB Approach  
Written for undergraduates in mathematics, science, and engineering, this book presents the fundamentals of numerical analysis with an emphasis on the application of theory using MATLAB. Topics covered include linear systems, floating-point arithmetic, interpolation, spline functions, and ordinary differential equations.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Using MATLAB  
By Martin Golubitsky & Michael Dellnitz, ISBN 0-534-35425-4 The authors integrate linear algebra, ordinary differential equations,and the computer to help students understand these mathematical concepts,interweaving instructions on how to use MATLAB with examples and theory.The book begins by solving linear systems of equations and introducingmatrix algebra. Then it introduces simple ordinary differential equations.The text stresses the use of qualitative methods in solving nonlinearordinary differential equations. A chapter on bifurcation theory is included,as is an introduction to quasiperiodic and chaotic solutions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Matrix Computations, 2e  
By Gene H. Golub & Charles F. Van Loan, ISBN 0-8018-3739-1 This edition has been expanded to provide the necessary mathematical andalgorithmic skills to produce numerical software. There are many new additionsto the book, including chapters on high-performance computing using matrixmultiplication. These chapters show how to organize a calculation forvector processors and for computers with shared or distributed memories.Discussions of parallel vector methods for linear equations, least squares,and eigenvalues are also new additions to the text.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Advanced Engineering Mathematics With Mathematica and MATLAB: Volume I and II  
By Reza Malek-Madani, ISBN 0-201-59881-7 (Vol I) ISBN 0-201-32549-7 (Vol II)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Spectral Methods in MATLAB  
This text provides a hands-on introduction to spectral methods in MATLAB. It is built around 40 short and powerful MATLAB programs. Users of this book include advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying numerical methods for PDEs, numerical analysts, engineers, and computationally oriented physical scientists in all areas. The reader must have reasonable exposure to linear algebra, PDEs at the practical (not theoretical) level, and MATLAB. This book presents the key ideas along with many figures, examples, and short, elegant MATLAB programs for readers to adapt to their own needs. It covers ODE and PDE boundary value problems, eigenvalues and pseudospectra, linear and nonlinear waves, and numerical quadrature.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Interior-Point Polynomial Algorithms in Convex Programming  
By Yurii Nesterov & Arkadi Nemirovskii, ISBN 0-89871-319-6 Written for users interested in optimization, this text presents the generaltheory of interior-point polynomial-time methods for convex programming.The authors try to demonstrate that all known polynomial-time interior-pointmethods can be explained on a general theory basis, and hence extendedinto a wide variety of nonlinear convex problems. This is shown by developingnew polynomial time interior-point methods for many important classesof problems. The theory presented in the text, including applicationsin control system design, are implemented in the LMI Control Toolbox developedby Pascal Gahinet, Arkadi Nemirovskii, Alan J. Laub, and Mahmoud Chilali.The toolbox may be purchased from The MathWorks.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Matrix Theory and Applications with MATLAB  
This book is designed for an advanced course on linear algebra and covers the basics of the subject - from a review of matrix algebra through vector spaces to matrix calculus and unitary similarity. It integrates MATLAB throughout the text. Each chapter includes a MATLAB subsection that discusses the various commands used to do the computations and offers codes for the graphics and algorithms used in the text. All material is presented from a matrix point of view. The treatment includes optional subsections covering applications. The final chapters move beyond basic matrix theory to discuss more advanced topics, such as decompositions, positive definite matrices, graphs, and topology.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Differential Equations : Modeling With Matlab / Paul W. Davis, Cleve B. Moler  
Utilizing MATLAB's computational and graphical tools right from the start, this analysis of differential equations helps users probe a variety of mathematical models, encouraging them to develop problem-solving skills and independent judgment as they derive mathematical models, select approaches to their analysis, and find answers to the original physical questions.
Submitted: Jul 26, 1999
Computer in Mathematical Study: Maple, MATLAB and LaTeX  
By V.N. Govorukhin & V.G. Tsybulin. ISBN 5-272-00220-2 Written in Russian and intended for senior-level students and researchers, this book is designed for an introductory course in symbolic and numerical calculation in mathematics. The book aims to demonstrate the use of MATLAB and Maple in scientific computing. A chapter introducing MATLAB and examples solved using MATLAB, Simulink, the Partial Differential Equation Toolbox, and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are included in the text.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Solving ODEs with MATLAB  
By L.F. Shampine, I. Gladwell & S. Thompson. Written for upper-level undergraduates and first-year graduate students, this book discusses ordinary differential equations, initial value problems, and boundary value problems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Differential Equations and the Laplace Transform with MATLAB  
By Ryuichi Ashino & Remi Vaillancourt. Written in Japanese, this book discusses differential equations and the Laplace transform. Example problems are solved mathematically, analytically, and by formula manipulation, giving the reader an exposure to different approaches to problem solving. MATLAB is used throughout the book to solve the sample exercises.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
A Primer for Finite Elements in Elastic Structures  
By W. F. Carroll, ISBN 0-471-28345-2 This book disassembles the entire finite element method for civil engineeringstudents and professionals, detailing its supportive theory and its mathematicaland structural underpinnings in the context of elastic structures andthe principle of virtual work. The book opens with a discussion of matrixalgebra and algebraic equation systems. In the early chapters one-dimensionalelements are described, while subsequent chapters describe in depth manytwo-dimensional structural finite elements, including the geometry, mechanics,transformations, and mapping needed for them. An appendix describes howto use MATLAB to perform the matrix operations required for the finiteelement method, such as matrix addition, multiplication, inversion, partitioning,rearrangements, and assembly.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Advanced Engineering Mathematics with MATLAB, 2e  
By Dean G. Duffy. This text discusses the theory and application of numerous mathematical topics for engineering students. Topics covered include complex variables, differential equations, Fourier transform, Hilbert transform, the wave and heat equations, and vector calculus. MATLAB is used to solve numerous example problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Partial Differential Equations: Analytical and Numerical Methods  
By Mark S. Gockenbach. Written for undergraduate students, this introductory text on partial differential equations integrates classical and modern approaches to the subject. The book begins with coverage of the necessary background material from linear algebra and ordinary differential equations.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Fundamentals of Matrix Computations, 2e  
By David S. Watkins. Written for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals, this book provides a detailed explanation of matrix computations and the accompanying theory. Topics covered include the introduction of new methods for solving large, sparse eigenvalue problems, including the implicitly-restarted Arnoldi and Jacobi-Davidson methods; iterative methods; modern componentwise error analysis; reorthogonalization; and rank-one updates of the QR decomposition. Numerous example problems throughout the book are solved using MATLAB.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Beginners Guide to Simulation for Physical Engineering: Practical Usage of MATLAB and PDEase  
By Yutaka Abe. Written in Japanese, this book provides a detailed explanation of basic simulation topics for physics and engineering. Topics covered include ordinary differential equations, nonlinear differential equations, and numerical analysis of partial differential equations using the finite element method. MATLAB and the Symbolic Math and Partial Differential Equation Toolboxes are used to solve numerous examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Calculus, 6e  
By C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney. Written for undergraduate courses in calculus, this textbook combines mainstream calculus topics with computer technology. Topics covered include differential equations, integrals, transcendental functions, infinite series, and vector calculus.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Numerical Methods : Using Matlab / John H. Mathews, Kurtis D. Fink  
This introduction to numerical analysis shows how the mathematics of calculus and linear algebra are implemented in computer algorithms. It develops a deep understanding of why numerical methods work and exactly what their limitations are.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Differential Equations with Graphical and Numerical Methods  
Written for a sophomore-level course in differential equations, this text introduces first-order systems in the first chapter and uses them as the main focus for the treatment of ordinary differential equations covered in the next six chapters. This allows an early and unified introduction of graphical and numerical methods along with analytical methods. The numerical and graphical theme is sustained in the chapters on partial differential equations and Fourier Series. MATLAB M-file examples for the topics covered are given in an appendix.
Submitted: Oct 01, 2001
An Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of Waves  
Written for undergraduate students in mathematics, engineering, and science programs, this book provides an introduction to basic terminology and concepts found in mathematical studies of wave phenomena. The book is divided into three parts: an introduction to one-dimensional waves and their visualization, traveling and standing waves, and waves arising from conservation laws. MATLAB functions are presented to animate solutions of examples in the book.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Elementary Linear Algebra, 5e  
By Stanley I. Grossman, ISBN 0-03-097354-6 The fifth edition of this book offers approximately 2,000 problems, supportedby examples, with clear sequences of algebraic steps to guide students.The examples and applications are drawn from a variety of disciplinesto show students the relevance of linear algebra in their fields of study.More than 200 problems invite conjecture about linear algebra, and thereis at least one MATLAB "project problem" in each chapter that incorporatesall of the MATLAB and linear algebra principles up to that point.CompanionSoftware: A set of MATLAB M-files called the Elementary Linear AlgebraToolbox was developed by Cecelia Laurie to supplement the text. Pleasecontact the publisher for more information on obtaining these files.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Probabilites et Statistiques avec MATLAB et Maple  
Written in French, this book is intended for graduate mathematics students. The book begins with an introduction to the mathematical and programming capabilities of MATLAB, such as matrices, polynomials, and complex operations. It then covers topics in probability and statistics, including Monte-Carlo methods, Markov chains, Kolmogorov methods, confidence intervals, chi-square distribution, and Gaussian distribution.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Differential Equations: Computing and Modeling, 2e  
By C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney. Intended for students in introductory differential equations courses for science and engineering, this updated edition places a greater emphasis on core techniques as well as qualitative aspects of differential equations with respect to direction fields, solution curves, phase plane portraits, and dynamical systems. Figures, examples, problems, and computing projects throughout the text allow for greater conceptual understanding by means of numerical computation and graphical visualization.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations with MATLAB  
By Jeffery M. Cooper, ISBN 0-8176-3967-5 This advanced text/reference is an introduction to partial differentialequations that covers the traditional topics within a modern context.Techniques of numerical computation have been included along with carefullyselected nonlinear topics, such as nonlinear first-order equations. MATLABM-files are integrated in the exercise sets throughout the text.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Matrices and MATLAB: A Tutorial  
By Marvin Marcus, ISBN 0-13-562901-2 This textbook is included in Prentice Hall's MATLAB Curriculum Series.Designed for a one-semester or two-quarter course in elementary matrixtheory, the text is suitable for undergraduate or graduate students whohave completed one year of calculus and are adept at high school algebra.MATLAB is completely integrated into the study of elementary matrix theorypresented in this book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Applied Numerical Linear Algebra  
By James W. Demmel, ISBN 0-89871-389-7 Designed for use by graduate students in a variety of engineering andscientific disciplines, and for use as a research reference, this comprehensivetext book covers the solutions of linear systems, least squares problems,eigenvalue problems, and the singular value decomposition. The author,who helped design the widely used LAPACK and ScaLAPACK linear algebralibraries, draws on this experience to present state-of-the-art problemsolving techniques, including recommendations of which algorithms to usein a variety of practical situations.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Applied Numerical Analysis, 7e  
By Curtis F. Gerald & Patrick O. Wheatley. This text incorporates a balance of theory with practical applications. The breadth of topics, such as partial differential equations, systems of nonlinear equations, and matrix algebra, provides comprehensive and flexible coverage of all aspects of numerical analysis. MATLAB is used throughout the book to solve numerous application examples.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Exploring Numerical Methods: An Introduction to Scientific Computing Using MATLAB  
By Peter Linz & Richard L. C. Wang. Written for introductory numerical analysis courses, this book includes material for both elementary and advanced course work. Topics covered include polynomial approximation, numerical differentiation, nonlinear equations, eigenvalues, and ordinary and partial differential equations.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Introduction to Stochastic Search and Optimization: Estimation, Simulation, and Control  
By James C. Spall. Intended as a reference for researchers and a textbook for students, this book discusses a broad range of methods in stochastic search and optimization.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Using MATLAB in Calculus  
This book is to be used as a supplement to a calculus text in the standard calculus II and III courses. Its philosophy is to show how MATLAB can be used as a tool to do the calculus being studied. The goal of the book is to teach the student enough about MATLAB that he or she can use it effectively upon completion of the calculus sequence. MATLAB's Symbolic Math Toolbox is introduced in a few appropriate places, such as in the context of using a computer algebra system to find antiderivatives. The MATLAB instruction contained in this book is given primarily by example, with MATLAB commands described in the context of the application.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Iterative Methods for Optimization  
By C.T. Kelley, ISBN 0-89871-433-8
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Advanced Mathematics and Mechanics Applications Using MATLAB, 3e  
This book is intended for use as a reference or supplementary text in mathematics and mechanics courses that feature computer-based exercises and emphasize physical examples.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Numerical Linear Algebra  
By Lloyd N. Trefethen & David Bau, III, ISBN 0-89871-361-7 Designed for use in a graduate-level course in numerical linear algebra,this book is divided into forty lectures. Each lecture is built aroundone or two central topics, emphasizing the unity between ideas. One unusualaspect of this book is that it begins with QR factorization rather thanGaussian elimination, to provide a more solid and easier-to-understandfoundation for the subsequent lectures. The last part of the book is devotedto iterative methods.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Ripples in Mathematics: The Discrete Wavelet Transform  
By A. Jensen & A. la Cour-Harbo. ISBN 3-540-41662-5. Written for undergraduate mathematics and engineering students and practicing engineers, this book presents the theory and application of the discrete wavelet transform. The book is based on an approach to discrete wavelets called lifting. The connections between lifting and filter theory are presented, and the wavelet packet transforms are defined. MATLAB is used to solve example problems and develop implementations of transforms throughout the book. The Signal Processing Toolbox is also used to solve examples.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling  
By C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney, ISBN 0-13-382094-7 This text focuses on the mathematical modeling of real-world phenomenaas the goal and constant motivation for the study of differential equations.This book contains all of the chapters from the book Differential Equations:Computing and Modeling, also written by the authors (see separate listing), plus additional chapters covering power series methods, Fourier seriesmethods, and eigenvalues and boundary value problems. A number of computerprojects are included that illustrate the use of MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Linear Algebra with Applications, 6e  
By Steven J. Leon, ISBN 0-13-849308-1 Written for first-year undergraduate courses in linear algebra, this text balances mathematical theory and applications, while stressing the important role that geometry and visualization play in understanding the subject. End-of-chapter tests, more applications, and revised examples are new to this sixth edition text. Topics covered include matrices, determinants, linear transformations, orthogonality, eigenvalues, and numerical linear algebra. A MATLAB tutorial is provided in an appendix.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Numerical Methods, 3e  
By J. Douglas Faires & Richard Burden. This text emphasizes the application of approximation techniques to common engineering and physical science problems. Students learn why numerical methods work, what types of error to expect, and when an application may lead to difficulties.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Computational Methods for Inverse Problems  
By Curtis R. Vogel. Written for graduate students, this book provides the reader with a basic understanding of both the underlying mathematics and computational methods used to solve inverse problems.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Applicable Mathematics with Computer Algebra  
By Andrew Toon. Written for undergraduate students, this text presents mathematics fundamentals while focusing on the use of computer packages, including MATLAB, to solve problems. Topics covered include matrices, differentiation, integration, Taylor analysis, complex numbers, and Fourier analysis.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Advanced Engineering Mathematics with MATLAB, 2e  
By Thomas L. Harman / James B. Dabney & Norman John Richert, ISBN 0-534-37164-7
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Differential Equations: Matrices and Models  
By Paul Bugl, ISBN 0-02-316540-5 This book provides a modern study of differential equations. Matrix algebrais presented along with many of the elementary numerical techniques neededfor computer implementation of its procedures. The author reviews modelsthat generate the differential equations and presents methods used tocalculate the solution. MATLAB commands that a student might use are listedin the first appendix. A supplemental lab manual, Explorations in DifferentialEquations Using MATLAB, provides the student with problems and projectsfor exploration and experimentation. The manual can be ordered from PrenticeHall using ISBN 0-13-374760-3.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Contemporary Linear Algebra  
By Howard Anton & Robert C. Busby. Written for sophomore- and junior-level mathematics students, this text presents linear algebra with a discussion of theorems and proofs, as well as problem-solving techniques. Topics covered include systems of linear equations, determinants, linear transformations, diagonalization, and general vector spaces.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
A MATLAB Companion for Multivariable Calculus  
Written to accompany a multivariable calculus class, this book covers a range of topics from vectors to the divergence theorem. The examples show the use of multivariable calculus and MATLAB in a number of applications, including economics, physics, and biology. An introduction to MATLAB allows the student to get started with programming M-files. MATLAB and the Symbolic Toolbox are used to solve the many exercises and examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Applied Numerical Analysis Using MATLAB  
By Laurene V. Fausett, ISBN 0-13-319849-9
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Mathematics with MATLAB  
Written in German, this book is designed for the mathematical education of engineering students. It demonstrates the applications of MATLAB in mathematical areas of importance to engineers. Topics covered include Fourier and Laplace transformations, optimization (nonlinear programming), and statistics. Example problems are solved using MATLAB and toolboxes.
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Guide to Scientific Computing, 2e  
Designed for students taking a first course in numerical mathematics who need a low-level entry to the subject, this book provides an introduction to many of the problems of scientific computing, and the wide variety of methods used for their solutions. The book gives an appreciation of the need for numerical methods for the solution of different types of problems, and discusses basic approaches. Practical justification of the methods is presented through computer examples and exercises. The book includes an introduction to MATLAB, including explanations of functions and M-files.
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Mathematik mit MATLAB: Aufgaben und Losungen  
By Franz Bachmann / Hans Rudolf Schärer & Louis-Sepp Willimann, ISBN 3-7281-2308-0 This book, written in German, provides a compact introduction to MATLAB,including matrix operations, graphical representations, M-files, and flowcontrol. The second part of the book contains a comprehensive set of exercisesdealing with mathematic fundamentals, graphics, linear algebra and geometry.All of the exercises in the last part of the book are solved using MATLAB.Companion software: The authors have developed a set of MATLAB M-filesthat are available on a CD-ROM bound into the book or may be retrievedfrom vdf.ethz.ch.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Mathematical Explorations with MATLAB / Ke Chen, Peter J. Giblin, Alan Irving  
This book is about the kind of mathematics usually encountered in first year university courses. A key feature of the book is that this mathematics is explored in depth using the popular and powerful package MATLAB.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Templates for the Solution of Linear Systems: Building Blocks for Iterative Methods  
By Richard Barrett / Michael Berry / Tony F. Chan / James W. Demmel / June Donato / Jack Dongarra / Victor Eijkhout / Roldan Pozo / Charles Romine & Henk van der Vorst, ISBN 4-254-11401-X Written in Japanese, this book is for computational scientists who wouldlike to incorporate state-of-the-art computational methods for solvinglarge sparse systems of linear equations. Discussions of convergence andstopping criteria, tuning, and selection of method are included. (Thisbook also available in English.)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to Scientific Computing, 2e: A Matrix-Vector Approach Using MATLAB  
By Charles F. Van Loan, ISBN 0-13-949157-0
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Linear Algebra, 3e  
By John B. Fraleigh & Raymond A. Beauregard, ISBN 0-201-52675-1 Designed for use in a first undergraduate course in linear algebra, thistext introduces fundamental notions of linear algebra in the context ofRn. The book then covers vector geometry, application of matrix algebrato binary linear codes, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.Throughout the text are exercises using The Student Edition of MATLAB.These exercises give an elementary tutorial on MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB 5.3 Programming and Its Application in Mathematical Computations  
Written in Chinese, this book focuses on programming in MATLAB. Topics covered include MATLAB graphics, programming M-files, GUI design, and interfacing MATLAB with other languages and programs. Exercises and examples throughout the book are solved using MATLAB
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 3e  
By David C. Lay. Designed for students who have completed two semesters of college-level mathematics, this book provides an elementary introduction to linear algebra and its applications. The main goal of the text is to help students master the basic concepts and skills they will use later in their careers.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
A First Course in Linear Algebra with Applications, 3e  
By Hal G. Moore & Adil Yaqub. ISBN 0-12-505760-1 Written for introductory linear algebra courses, this text presents the theory and applications of linear algebra. Topics covered include linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector and inner-product spaces, transformations, and eigenvalues. MATLAB is used to solve exercises on these topics throughout the text.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Inverse Problems: Activities for Undergraduates  
By Charles W. Groetsch, ISBN 0-88385-716-2
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Modern Matrix Algebra  
This book provides an introduction to the basic algebraic, geometric, and computational tenets of linear algebra at the sophomore level. A spiral approach gradually introduces the abstract foundations of the topics involved?linear combination, closure, subspaces, linear independence/dependence, and bases. Numerous conceptual and numerical examples, as well as MATLAB examples, provide hands-on explorations of computations and concepts.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Numerische Mathematik mit MATLAB: Eine Einf?hrung f?r Naturwissenschaftler und Ingenieure  
Written in German, this book is intended for university students and industry engineers who want to become familiar with MATLAB in a quick, precise manner. The book begins with an introduction to MATLAB and demonstrates how to solve and visualize numerical algorithms and mathematical problems. Other topics include: MATLAB programming, interpolation of polynomials and splines, and solving systems of nonlinear equations.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Understanding Linear Algebra Using MATLAB  
Written as a supplement to an elementary linear algebra text, this book covers linear algebra topics, while focusing on MATLAB as a tool to study and implement the subject. Each topic covered in the book has a MATLAB introduction and a MATLAB exercise section.
Submitted: Oct 01, 2001
Linear Algebra  
By Terry Lawson, ISBN 0-471-30897-8 This text blends theoretical and computational aspects of linear algebra,using each to enhance the other. The author introduces basic conceptsearly, reinforces them with exercises and extended applications, and emphasizesthe use of software to master basic algorithms and to perform computationsefficiently. A lab manual, MATLAB Labs for Linear Algebra (ISBN 0-471-14953-5), takes full advantage of MATLAB to support the conceptual developmentwithin the text. Sufficient material is provided for a variety of approachesto linear algebra.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Handbook for Matrix Computations  
By Thomas F. Coleman & Charles F. Van Loan, ISBN 0-89871-227-0 This introduction to MATLAB and LINPACK spans several levels of practicalmatrix computations and places a strong emphasis on examples and hands-onexercises. It is recommended for an introductory numerical methods courseor a graduate-level numerical analysis course.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Industrial Mathematics: Modeling in Industry, Science, and Government  
By Charles R. MacCluer, ISBN 0-13-949199-6
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling, 2e  
By C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney. Intended for students in introductory differential equations courses for science and engineering, this updated edition places a greater emphasis on core techniques as well as qualitative aspects of differential equations with respect to direction fields, solution curves, phase plane portraits, and dynamical systems.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Templates for the Solution of Linear Systems: Building Blocks for Iterative Methods  
By Richard Barrett / Michael Berry / Tony F. Chan / James W. Demmel / June Donato / Jack Dongarra / Victor Eijkhout / Roldan Pozo / Charles Romine & Henk van der Vorst, ISBN 0-89871-328-5 This book is written for computational scientists who would like to incorporatestate-of-the-art computational methods for solving large sparse systemsof linear equations. Discussions of convergence and stopping criteria,tuning, and selection of method are included. Royalties from purchasedcopies will be added to a fund for students attending SIAM meetings. Thisbook is also located on NETLIB at netlib2.es.utk.edu in linalg/templates/.(This book is also available in Japanese.)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The MATLAB Project Book for Linear Algebra  
By Rick L. Smith, ISBN 0-13-521337-1 This book contains 34 linear algebra projects that are intended to becompleted by students on a computer using MATLAB. Also included is a MATLABtutorial. The book includes the major theorems and definitions of linear.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Analisi Numerica Metodi Modelli Applicazioni  
By Valeriano Comincioli, ISBN 88-386-0646-3 Offering a new approach to applied mathematics through numerical analysis,this book introduces science and engineering students to modeling andproblem solving using the methods, tools, and concepts of numeric computation.Modern mathematical standards of numerical analysis are combined withan understanding of the needs of the computer scientist working on practicalapplications. Where different methods for solving a problem are presented,comparisons of their applicability and limitations are discussed. An appendixintroducing MATLAB is included.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Métodos Numéricos con MATLAB, 3e  
By John H. Mathews & Kurtis D. Fink. Written in Spanish, this book provides a fundamental introduction to numerical analysis suitable for undergraduate students in mathematics, computer science, physical sciences, and engineering. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with calculus and has taken a structured programming course.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Introduction to Linear Algebra, 5e  
By Lee W. Johnson, R. Dean Riess & Jimmy T. Arnold. Intended for a freshman/sophomore level course, this text stresses both practical computation and theoretical principles. The principal topics of this book are matrix theory and systems of linear equations, elementary vector-space concepts, and the eigenvalue problem. MATLAB is used to solve numerous application examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Practical Mathematics Using MATLAB 5  
By Gunnar Backstrom, ISBN 91-44-00544-X The purpose of this text is to illustrate and explain the elements ofundergraduate mathematics required for science and engineering education,calculus, data analysis, and differential equations. At the same time,the text introduces and reviews the use of MATLAB in these areas. A chapteron the Symbolic Math Toolboxreviews its use for solving problems in symbolicalgebra, calculus, andordinary differential equations. (This book is alsoavailable in Swedish.)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Cálculo numérico para computación en Ciencia e Ingeniería: Desarrollo práctico con MATLAB  
By Ignacio Martin Llorente & Victor M. P García, ISBN 84-7738-586-6
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications, 3e  
By Richard O. Hill, Jr., ISBN 0-03-010347-9 This third edition covers the basic concepts of linear algebra, givingstudentsboth an understanding of the theory and an appreciation of theapplicationsthat motivate the theory. The text contains numerous examplesand a varietyof exercises to help the student learn and understand thematerial. A briefintroduction to MATLAB is included in the appendix, inaddition to severalMATLAB projects.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to Scientific Computing : A Matrix-Vector Approach Using Matlab / Charles F. Van Loan  
This book presents a unique approach for one semester numerical methods and numerical analysis courses. Well organized but flexible, the text is brief and clear enough for introductory numerical analysis students to "get their feet wet," yet comprehensive enough in its treatment of problems and applications for higher-level students to develop a deeper grasp of numerical tools.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Linear Computation Software with MATLAB  
By Tsutomu Oguni & Jack Dongarra, ISBN 4-621-04442-7
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Linear Algebra with Applications, 6e  
By Steven J. Leon. ISBN 0-13-033781-1. Written for first-year undergraduate courses in linear algebra, this text balances mathematical theory and applications, while stressing the important role that geometry and visualization play in understanding the subject. End-of-chapter tests, more applications, and revised examples are new to this sixth edition text. Topics covered include matrices, determinants, linear transformations, orthogonality, eigenvalues, and numerical linear algebra. A MATLAB tutorial is provided in an appendix.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Modellistica Numerica per Problemi Differenziali  
Numerical Modeling for Problem Differentials
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Transform Linear Algebra  
By Frank Uhlig. Written for the standard first linear algebra course, this book emphasizes the understanding of theory as well as computations. The book focuses on the concepts of linear algebra and matrix theory to convey the structure and nature of linear spaces and linear transformations.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
ATLAST Computer Exercises for Linear Algebra, 2e  
By Steven J. Leon, Eugene Herman & Richard Faulkenberry. This book contains a set of exercises and projects for teaching undergraduate linear algebra. They are the result of the ATLAST Project (Augmenting the Teaching of Linear Algebra through the use of Software Tools), an NSF-funded series of workshops to encourage and facilitate the use of software in teaching linear algebra.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
MATLAB Esercitazioni di Calcolo Numerico Assistite da Calcolatore  
By Franca Caliò & Marco Frontini, ISBN 88-251-0002-7 The authors of this text have combined their teaching experiences withnumeric computation tools to present students with methods to rapidlydefine solutions, collect relevant information, and verify results forthe various problems presented. A student who approaches problems in thisway is able to work through the definition and implementation of the algorithms,learning the complete numerical process.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Conformal Invariants, Inequalities, and Quasiconformal Maps  
By Glen D. Anderson / Mavina K. Vamanamurthy & Matti K. Vuorinen, ISBN 0-471-59486-5 This book presents a unified treatment of conformal invariants in geometricfunction theory with application to conformal and quasiconformal mappingproblems. It bridges the gap between classical theory of special functionsand modern topics in geometric function theory. The book contains manyexercises with full or partial solutions. Included is an appendix of computerprojects using MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Lectures on Finite Precision Computations  
By Francoise Chaitin-Chatelin & Valerie Fraysse, ISBN 0-89871-358-7 For the advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate, this book combinestechniques from engineering and mathematics to describe the theory ofcomputability in finite precision. In the challenging cases of nonlinearproblems, theoretical analysis is supplemented by the use of MATLABCompanionSoftware: The authors have developed the PRECISE Toolbox, which consistsof MATLAB M-files to perform experimental mathematics. This toolbox isavailable via anonymous FTP at ftp.cerfacs.fr in /pub/algo/software/Qualcomp/PRECISE/.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Ingenieurmathematik mit Computeralgebra-Systemen  
By Hans Benker, ISBN 3-528-05673-8
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Mathematishe Optimierung mit Computeralgebrasystemen  
By Hans Benker. Written in German, this book introduces the reader to mathematical programming and presents application examples solved with various software packages, including MATLAB.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Praktisk matematik med MATLAB 5  
By Gunnar Backstrom, ISBN 91-44-00224-6 The purpose of this text is to illustrate and explain the elements ofundergraduate mathematics required for science and enginering education,calculus, data analysis, and differential equations. At the same time,the text introduces and reviews the use of MATLAB in these areas. A chapteron the Symbolic Math Toolboxreviews its use for solving problems in symbolicalgebra, calculus, andordinary differential equations. (This book is alsoavailable in English.)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The MATLAB 5 Mathematical System  
The MATLAB 5 Mathematical System V.P. Dyakonov & I.V. Abramenkova
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Mathematik am Computer  
Written in German, this book reflects the trend to use computers in mathematics, engineering, physics, and computer science education. This book includes a section on MATLAB that covers topics including matrix arithmetic, matrix operations, polynomials, graphics, and programming.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001



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