An Introduction to Programming and Numerical Methods in MATLAB

An Introduction to Programming and Numerical Methods in MATLAB
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An Introduction to Programming and Numerical Methods in MATLAB

by Otto, Stephen R., Denier, James P.

1st Edition., 2005, XVI, 464 p. 111 illus.





An elementary first course for students in mathematics and engineering

Practical in approach: examples of code are provided for students to debug, and tasks C with full solutions C are provided at the end of each chapter

Includes a glossary of useful terms, with each term supported by an example of the syntaxes commonly encountered

Content Level » Graduate

Keywords » MATLAB - numerical methods - programming

Related subjects » Applications - Computational Science & Engineering





Steve Otto was formerly a lecturer at Birmingham University but now heads a research unit at St. Andrews, UK. This book is based on courses taught at Birmingham and at Adelaide to students in mathematics, engineering and economics.





From the reviews of the first edition:

"This book is an introduction to the numerical methods that are frequently used in science and engineering undergraduate courses and it is based on the MATLAB programming environment. The text is easy to read even for those who have little experience with computer practice. There are three appendices and the most useful of them, about 70 pages, gives solutions to the tasks at the end of chapters." (Matti Vuorinen, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1076, 2006)