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Numerical Analysis By Marshal Sampson
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A mathematics Textbook on Numerical Analysis for tertiary institution students with interest in programming. Solutions are given in Program codes of different languages. This makes the book a more... More > practical material for studies in Numerical Analysis. It is recommended to Students of Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and related courses< Less
Tea Time Numerical Analysis By Leon Brin
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Tea Time Numerical Analysis is an introductory one-semester numerical analysis textbook. The coverage is fairly typical, including a foundational chapter, root finding, numerical calculus, and... More > interpolation. The book is intended to be useful as a primary source in a course, or a self-study guide, or as a reference for some of the basics of numerical analysis. The emphasis is on the mathematics rather than application.< Less
Tea Time Numerical Analysis 2nd edition By Leon Brin
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Tea Time Numerical Analysis is an introductory one-semester numerical analysis textbook. Coverage of scalar methods is rather thorough, including a foundational chapter, root finding, numerical... More > calculus, interpolation, and ordinary differential equations. The book is intended to be useful as a primary source in a course, a self-study guide, or as a reference for the basics of scalar numerical analysis. Emphasis is on mathematics rather than application, though some applications are addressed.< Less
Tea Time Numerical Analysis 2nd edition By Leon Brin
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**NOTE** This book is printed in black and white only. While much of the book is useful without color, there are many graphics in which the color has meaning. This book should only be used in... More > conjunction with the full-color electronic version of the book. It is being made available in black and white only to save the very budget-conscious a few dollars. Tea Time Numerical Analysis is an introductory one-semester numerical analysis textbook. Coverage of scalar methods is rather thorough, including a foundational chapter, root finding, numerical calculus, interpolation, and ordinary differential equations. The book is intended to be useful as a primary source in a course, a self-study guide, or as a reference for the basics of scalar numerical analysis. Emphasis is on mathematics rather than application, though some applications are addressed.< Less
Numerical Modelling in Robotics By Edgar Alonso Martínez García
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Modern robotic systems are tided to operate autonomously in real-world environments performing a variety of complex tasks. Autonomous robots must rely on fundamental capabilities such as locomotion,... More > trajectory tracking control, multi-sensor fusion, task/path planning. Combining this knowledge is essential to design rolling, walking, aquatic, and hovering robots that sense and self-control. This book contains a mathematical modelling framework to support the learning of modern robotics and mechatronics, aimed at advanced undergraduates or first-year PhD students, as well as researchers and practitioners. The volume exposes a solid understanding of mathematical methods as a common modelling framework to properly interpret advanced robotic systems. Include numerical approximations, linear and non-linear systems of equations, curves fitting, differentiation and integration. It is suitable for courses on robotics, mechatronics, sensing models, vehicles design and control, modelling and mechanisms analysis.< Less
Yet another Introduction to Numerical Methods By Dmitri Fedorov
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This book evolved from lecture notes developed over several years of teaching numerical methods at the University of Aarhus. The book contains short descriptions of some of the most common numerical... More > methods together with illustrational implementations of the discussed algorithms mostly in the C programming language. The implementations are solely for educational purposes, they are not thoroughly tested and are not tuned in any way other than to fit nicely on a single page of the book; some simple optimizations were often sacrificed to conciseness. For serious calculations one should use the GNU Scientific Library. The content of the book is free as in freedom. You are permitted to copy and redistribute the book in original or modified form either gratis or for a fee. However, you must attribute the original author(s) and pass the same freedom to all recipients of your copies. See the GPL and CC-BY-SA licenses for more details.< Less
MATLAB®/Simulink® Essentials: MATLAB®/Simulink® for Engineering Problem Solving and Numerical Analysis By Sulaymon L. Eshkabilov
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MATLAB/Simulink Essentials is an interactive approach based guide for students to learn how to employ essential and hands-on tools and functions of the MATLAB and Simulink packages to solve... More > engineering and scientific computing problems, which are explained and demonstrated explicitly via examples, exercises and case studies. The main principle of the book is based on learning by doing and mastering by practicing. It contains hundreds of solved problems with simulation models via M-files/scripts and Simulink models related to engineering and scientific computing issues. There are many hints and pitfalls indicating efficient usage of MATLAB/Simulink tools and functions, efficient programming methods and pinpointing most common errors occurred in programming and using MATLAB's built-in tools and functions and Simulink modeling. Every chapter ends with relevant drill exercises for self-testing purposes.< Less
MATLAB®/Simulink® Essentials: MATLAB®/Simulink® for Engineering Problem Solving and Numerical Analysis By Sulaymon L. Eshkabilov
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MATLAB/Simulink Essentials is an interactive approach based guide for students to learn how to employ essential and hands-on tools and functions of the MATLAB and Simulink packages to solve... More > engineering and scientific computing problems, which are explained and demonstrated explicitly via examples, exercises and case studies. The main principle of the book is based on learning by doing and mastering by practicing. It contains hundreds of solved problems with simulation models via M-files/scripts and Simulink models related to engineering and scientific computing issues. There are many hints and pitfalls indicating efficient usage of MATLAB/Simulink tools and functions, efficient programming methods and pinpointing most common errors occurred in programming and using MATLAB's built-in tools and functions and Simulink modeling. Every chapter ends with relevant drill exercises for self-testing purposes.< Less
3rd Numerical Towing Tank Symposium By WEGEMT - Publisher
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This publication compiles the papers presented at the 3rd Numerical Towing Tank Symposium that took place in Sweden from the 9th to the 13th of September 2000. Some of the topics covered during the... More > symposium include: Viscous flow prediction; Free surface phenomena; Self propulsion calculations; Flow around a ship; And applications of computational fluids dynamics< Less
19th WEGEMT School: Numerical Simulation of Hydrodynamics: Ships and Offshore Structures By WEGEMT - Publisher
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This publication compiles the lecture notes from the 19th WEGEMT School: Numerical Simulation of Hydrodynamics: Ships and Offshore Structures. The School was held at the Ecole Centrale Nantes,... More > Nantes, in 1993. Some of the topics covered include: Hydrodynamic Problems of Offshore Structures; CFD applications in ship design; Prediction of ship rudder-propeller interaction using a panel method; Second-order hydrodynamics applied to moored structures; Seakeeping and manoeuvring of ships; Viscous flow simulation: State-of-the-art and future trends; and Critical analysis of turbulent viscous flow simulations. The lecture notes have been prepared by several authors, C Berhault, V Aanesland, G Jensen, G Caprino, S Tumock, L Larsson and V Bertram, to name a few.< Less