



Numerical Computing with IEEE Floating Point Arithmetic
Are you familiar with the IEEE floating point arithmetic standard? Would you like to understand it better? This book gives a broad overview of numerical computing, in a historical context, with a special focus on the IEEE standard for binary floating point arithmetic. Key ideas are developed step by step, taking the reader from floating point...   Inverse Problem Theory and Methods for Model Parameter Estimation‘Tarantola's book is undoubtedly the most important work on probabilistic inverse theory. It presents a complete theory where a physical parameter is represented, not by a number, but by a probability distribution.’ Klaus Mosegaard, Niels Bohr Institute
The use of actual observations to infer the properties of a...   Numerical Computing with Simulink, Volume I: Creating SimulationsSimulation is the preferred approach for engineers and scientists who design complex systems because it allows them to test a system design's performance standards. This book explores simulation, starting with Galileo and ending with the lunar landing. It provides an introduction to computeraided system design with SimulinkÂ®, a robust,... 


    Numerical Polynomial AlgebraThis first book on the numerical analysis of polynomial systems is a stepping stone at the interface of symbolic computation and numerical computation. Bernard Sturmfels, Department of Mathematics, University of Berkeley
I am not familiar with any books that do such a careful job of combining numerical analysis with the algebra of... 

Marine Acoustics: Direct and Inverse Problems‘This book is a very thorough mathematical treatise on direct and inverse problems in marine acoustics. Waveguide inversion problems have not received the attention they deserve in the literature and this book may correct some of this inattention.’ John A. DeSanto, Mathematical Reviews
This book presents current...     Ants, Bikes, and Clocks: Problem Solving for UndergraduatesMathematics educators agree that problem solving is one of the essential skills their students should possess, yet few mathematics courses or textbooks are devoted entirely to developing this skill. Supported by narrative, examples, and exercises, Ants, Bikes, and Clocks: Problem Solving for Undergraduates is a readable and enjoyable text designed... 


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