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 Title High Performance Computing and Numerical Modelling
 Author(s) Volker Springel
 Publisher: arXiv (2014)
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 Language: English
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This textbook provides a stepbystep approach to numerical methods in engineering modelling. The authors provide a consistent treatment of the topic, from the ground up, to reinforce for students that numerical methods are a set of mathematical modelling tools which allow engineers to represent realworld systems and compute features of these systems with a predictable error rate.
Each method presented addresses a specific type of problem, namely rootfinding, optimization, integral, derivative, initial value problem, or boundary value problem, and each one encompasses a set of algorithms to solve the problem given some information and to a known error bound.
The authors demonstrate that after developing a proper model and understanding of the engineering situation they are working on, engineers can break down a model into a set of specific mathematical problems, and then implement the appropriate numerical methods to solve these problems.
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