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 Title Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing
 Author(s) Andreas Weber, et al.
 Publisher: Mdpi AG (November 4, 2019); eBook (Internet Edition)
 Permission: Link to the Internet Edition of the book in publisher's homepage.
 Hardcover/Paperback 160 pages
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 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 3039217305
 ISBN13: 9783039217304
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Book Description
Although scientific computing is very often associated with numeric computations, the use of computer algebra methods in scientific computing has obtained considerable attention in the last two decades. Computer algebra methods are especially suitable for parametric analysis of the key properties of systems arising in scientific computing. The expressionbased computational answers generally provided by these methods are very appealing as they directly relate properties to parameters and speed up testing and tuning of mathematical models through all their possible behaviors.
This book contains 8 original research articles dealing with a broad range of topics, ranging from algorithms, data structures, and implementation techniques for highperformance sparse multivariate polynomial arithmetic over the integers and rational numbers over methods for certifying the isolated zeros of polynomial systems to computer algebra problems in quantum computing.
About the Authors Katta Gopalakrishna Murty is a Professor, Industrial and Operations engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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