By Philip J. Davis,Philip Rabinowitz,Werner Rheinbolt
This publication comprises six chapters and starts with a dialogue of the elemental rules and boundaries of numerical integration. The succeeding chapters current the approximate integration principles and formulation over finite and endless durations. those subject matters are through a assessment of blunders research and estimation, in addition to the applying of practical research to numerical integration. A bankruptcy describes the approximate integration in or extra dimensions. the ultimate bankruptcy appears to be like into the targets and approaches of automated integration, with specific awareness to the appliance of Tschebyscheff polynomials.
This publication may be of serious worth to theoreticians and laptop programmers.
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Methods of Numerical Integration (Computer Science and Applied Mathematics) by Philip J. Davis,Philip Rabinowitz,Werner Rheinbolt