# Scientific Computing for Scientists and Engineers

## About

This book is based on our lecture notes from teaching MATH 3650 - "Numerical
Methods for Engineers" at Clemson University since 2010. It is geared towards
sophomore-level engineering and science students and covers numerical methods
for solving problems such as linear systems, nonlinear equations, eigenvalue
problems, numerical integration, differential equations, and more.

## Overview

Nowadays most mathematics done in practice is done on a computer. In
engineering it is necessary to solve more than 1 million equations
simultaneously, and computers can be used to reduce the calculation time from
years to minutes or even seconds. This book explains: How can we approximate
these important mathematical processes? How accurate are our approximations?
How efficient are our approximations?

## Book Details

Title: Scientific Computing For Scientists and Engineers

Authors: Heister, Timo and Rebholz, Leo G.

Publisher: Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter

ISBN

978-3-11-035940-4
Publication Date: May 2015

Ebook ISBN: 978-3-11-035942-8

## Downloads

Code printed in the book to be used with MATLAB/OCTAVE:

MatlabCodes.zip.