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Top Numerical Methods With Matlab For Beginners! - cover

Top Numerical Methods With Matlab For Beginners!

Andrei Besedin

Publisher: Andrei Besedin

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Summary

Are you someone that involves in computation? Numerical methods cover some approaches and popular methods that you use daily. One of the best ways to apply numerical methods in any of your computations is by using Matlab. Yes, Matlab! 
This might seems like a big deal to you, but we believe it shouldn’t. So we came up with an incredibly short book titled “Top Numerical Methods with Matlab for Beginners.” If you already have the basic math knowledge, fundamental knowledge of computing and some familiarity with Matlab, applying the top numerical methods with Matlab as a beginner is not going to be a problem. 

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•Top numerical methods with Matlab and how to apply them
•It offers navigation index you can use as reference guide
•It shows how computations involving vectors and matrices are naturally expressed in Matlab
•Also, you will know how numerical methods work and why they fail
•Examples are provided for you to have a better understanding

The advantages above are just little out of the huge benefits our top winning short book is ready to offer you.
We know our book does not provide ultimate information about Matlab. But we have a primary goal, and it is to provide a solid foundation in top numerical methods using Matlab, most especially for beginners. 
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