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Genre/Form: | Electronic books |
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Additional Physical Format: | Printed edition: |

Material Type: | Document, Internet resource |

Document Type: | Internet Resource, Computer File |

All Authors / Contributors: |
Werner Römisch; Thomas Zeugmann |

ISBN: | 9783319427553 3319427555 3319427539 9783319427539 |

OCLC Number: | 960811870 |

Description: | 1 online resource (xxiii, 703 pages) : illustrations (some color) |

Contents: | Sets, Structures, Numbers -- Metric Spaces -- Continuous Functions in Metric Spaces -- Linear Normed Spaces, Linear Operators -- The Differential Calculus -- Applications of the Differential Calculus -- The Integral Calculus -- Linear Integral Operators -- Inner Product Spaces -- Approximative Representation of Functions -- Ordinary Differential Equations -- Discretization of Operator Equations -- Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations. |

Responsibility: | Werner Römisch, Thomas Zeugmann. |

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"Roemisch and Zeugmann's Mathematical analysis and the mathematics of computation is a lucid introductory textbook that unites mathematical analysis with the mathematics of computation in a single volume. ... It has many exercises and additional problems in each chapter to enhance the problem-solving ability of the student. ... readership includes undergraduate and graduate students of mathematics, computing, and related fields such as engineering. It should also serve as useful reference material for others, given the continuous progress in this field." (Computing Reviews, June, 2017)"The book is written in a nicely readable style. It comes with plenty of carefully designed figures where color has been used in a well-thought-out way. Moreover, the text contains a large number of problems and exercises and many remarks describing the historical developments that have led to the current state of the art. I fully recommend it to be used by (beginning and advanced) students as material for self-study or by lecturers as a textbook." (Kai Diethelm, Computing Reviews, May, 2017)"This is a text for a first real analysis course. Its selling point is that it presents a wide variety of topics with a uniform notation and terminology, and the same level of abstraction. It also presents an integrated view of approximation and mathematical analysis. ... I admire its goals and like its execution ... ." (Allen Stenger, MAA Reviews, maa.org, March, 2017)"The authors keep in touch with the necessities of undergraduate students by providing the theory of infinite series, the differential calculus in R and Rn, power series and elementary functions. ... The material of the book is presented in a clear way with precise and understandable worked out proofs. ... for computer science students the topics of the book go well beyond what they normally are willing to learn and also what they will need in their carreer." (Rolf Dieter Grigorieff, zbMATH 1358.65001, 2017) Read more...

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