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- A multigrid tutorial
- Accuracy and stability of numerical algorithms
- Advances in numerical analysis
- An introduction to numerical analysis
- Automatic programming, numerical methods and functional analysis.
- Biological sequence analysis : probabalistic models of proteins and nucleic acids
- Computational chemistry : an introduction to numerical methods
- Elementary numerical analysis
- From quantum to classical molecular dynamics : reduced models and numerical analysis
- Functions of matrices : theory and computation
- Handbook of numerical analysis applications : with programs for engineers and scientists
- Interval methods for systems of equations
- Introduction to interval analysis
- Introduction to the numerical analysis of incompressible viscous flows
- Introductory computer methods and numerical analysis
- Learning MATLAB
- Lectures on numerical mathematics
- MATLAB guide
- Mathematical aspects of discontinuous galerkin methods
- Methods in enzymology : Numerical Computer Methods, Part D
- Modular forms : basics and beyond
- Numerical analysis
- Numerical analysis
- Numerical analysis 1989 : proceedings of the 13th Dundee Conference, June 1989
- Numerical analysis : a second course
- Numerical analysis : mathematics of scientific computing
- Numerical astrophysics : proceedings of a symposium in honor of James R. Wilson, held at the University of Illinois in October, 1982
- Numerical computing with MATLAB
- Numerical methods for scientists and engineers
- Numerical methods for unconstrained optimization;
- Numerical methods in scientific computing, Vol. 1
- Numerical methods in subsurface hydrology, with an introduction to the finite element method
- Numerical polynomial algebra
- Numerical solution of elliptic problems
- Operator inequalities of ostrowski and trapezoidal type
- Ordinary differential equations in theory and practice
- Pathways to solutions, fixed points, and equilibria
- Perspectives in flow control and optimization
- Principles and procedures of numerical analysis
- Schaum's outline of theory and problems of numerical analysis,
- Semi-Lagrangian approximation schemes for linear and Hamilton-Jacobi equations
- Spectral methods in fluid dynamics
- Spectral properties of banded Toeplitz matrices
- Sums of even powers of real linear forms
- The Lanczos method : evolution and application
- The SIAM 100-digit challenge : a study in high-accuracy numerical computing
- The numerical performance of variational methods
- The theory of approximation,
- The total least squares problem : computational aspects and analysis
- Theory of difference equations : numerical methods and applications

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