Computer solution of linear algebraic systems / George E. Forsythe, Cleve B. Moler.

; Moler, Cleve B., author
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 1967.

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Other Authors Moler, Cleve B.,
Subjects Analyse numérique -- Informatique.
Analyse numérique.
Lineare Algebra.
Lineares Gleichungssystem.
Numerical analysis -- Data processing.
Numerische Mathematik.
Numerisches Verfahren.
Traitement électronique des données.
système linéaire.
Series Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation.
Description xi, 148 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 138-141) and index.
Also issued online.
Contents Reader's background and purpose of book -- Vector and matrix norms -- Diagonal form of a matrix under orthogonal equivalence -- Proof of diagonal-form theorem -- Types of computational problems in linear algebra -- Types of matrices encountered impractical problems -- Sources of computational problems of linear algebra -- Condition of a linear system -- Gaussian elimination and LU decomposition -- Need for interchanging rows -- Scaling equations and unknowns -- The Crout and Doolittle variants -- Interative improvement -- Computing the determinant -- Nearly singular matrices -- Algol 60 program -- Fortran, extended Algol, and PL/1 programs -- Matrix inversion -- An example: Hilbert matrices -- Floating-point round-off analysis -- Rounding error in gaussian elimination -- Convergence of iterative improvement -- Positive definite matrices; band matrices -- Iterative methods for solving linear systems -- Nonlinear systems of equations.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)478128
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WorldCat Identities Forsythe, George E. 1917-
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