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Designed for first-year graduate students from a variety of engineering and scientific disciplines, this comprehensive textbook covers the solution of linear. Applied numerical linear algebra. James W Demmel Published in in Philadelphia (Pa.) by SIAM. Services. Reference details. Oumar Diene, Amit Bhaya, On the robustness of numerical algorithms for linear systems and signal processing in finite precision arithmetic, International Authors · Cited By.
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Comprehensive work on methods for linear least squares problems. A good introduction to multigrid methods.
The book is very easy to use in the classroom since it provides pointers, in the book and on the author's home page, to lots of available Matlab and LAPACK routines, and it has a large number of homework problems marked with Easy, Medium and Hard. The book requires the students to have a stronger background in linear algebra than most demmel numerical linear algebra engineering books on numerical linear algebra.
He tells us how they work and why they work so well.
He also gives many references to recent research work. He avoids including everything, so the book is still easy to read. Designed for use by first-year graduate students from a variety of engineering and scientific disciplines, this comprehensive textbook covers the solution of linear systems, least squares problems, eigenvalue problems, demmel numerical linear algebra the singular value decomposition.
The treatment of rounding error analysis and perturbation theory is exceptionally thorough and careful The author's writing style is very clear and a pleasure to read.
Hager, Mathematical Reviews ' The demmel numerical linear algebra is very much like a series of lectures, new concepts are introduced precisely where needed Illustrating examples are given, some reporting really heavy computations, but the author does not shy away from giving mathematical proofs where that is needed Ruhe, Zeitschrift fur Mathematik und ihre Grenzgebiete '