The Resource Numerical matrix analysis : linear systems and least squares, Ilse C.F. Ipsen, (electronic resource)
Numerical matrix analysis : linear systems and least squares, Ilse C.F. Ipsen, (electronic resource)
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 The purpose of this book is to promote understanding of two phenomena: sensitivity of linear systems and least squares problems, and numerical stability of algorithms. Sensitivity and stability are analyzed as mathematical properties, without reference to finite precision arithmetic. The material is presented at a basic level, emphasizing ideas and intuition, but in a mathematically rigorous fashion. The derivations are simple and elegant, and the results are easy to understand and interpret. The book is selfcontained. It was written for students in all areas of mathematics, engineering, and the computational sciences, but can easily be used for selfstudy. This text differs from other numerical linear algebra texts by offering the following: a systematic development of numerical conditioning; a simplified concept of numerical stability in exact arithmetic; simple derivations; a highlevel view of algorithms; and results for complex matrices
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 eng
 Extent
 1 electronic text (xiii, 128 p.)
 Contents

 1. Matrices
 2. Sensitivity, errors, and norms
 3. Linear systems
 4. Singular value decomposition
 5. Least square problems
 6. Subspaces
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 9780898717686
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 Numerical matrix analysis : linear systems and least squares
 Title
 Numerical matrix analysis
 Title remainder
 linear systems and least squares
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 Ilse C.F. Ipsen
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 The purpose of this book is to promote understanding of two phenomena: sensitivity of linear systems and least squares problems, and numerical stability of algorithms. Sensitivity and stability are analyzed as mathematical properties, without reference to finite precision arithmetic. The material is presented at a basic level, emphasizing ideas and intuition, but in a mathematically rigorous fashion. The derivations are simple and elegant, and the results are easy to understand and interpret. The book is selfcontained. It was written for students in all areas of mathematics, engineering, and the computational sciences, but can easily be used for selfstudy. This text differs from other numerical linear algebra texts by offering the following: a systematic development of numerical conditioning; a simplified concept of numerical stability in exact arithmetic; simple derivations; a highlevel view of algorithms; and results for complex matrices
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 1. Matrices  2. Sensitivity, errors, and norms  3. Linear systems  4. Singular value decomposition  5. Least square problems  6. Subspaces
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