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C++ Scientific Programming : Computational Recipes at a Higher Level

C++ Scientific Programming : Computational Recipes at a Higher Level

John R. Berryhill

ISBN: 978-0-471-41210-6

Oct 2001

258 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$107.95

Description

  • Teaches the design of programs for scientific computation in C++
  • Introduces unique C++ classes, defines the particular relationships among these classes, and demonstrates their use in a dozen of the most powerful current applications
  • Presents a set of practices that allows programmers to embrace the attractive features of C++ without incurring undesired side effects and hidden costs Includes a collection of source code files downloadable from the Wiley ftp site Originally announced as Scientific Program Design: C++ for Native Fortran Writers
Preafce.

Overview.

Vector ad Matrix Basics.

Sparse Matrix Basics.

Conjugate-Gradient Methods.

Triangular Matrices.

Householder Matrix Methods.

Singular Value Decomposition.

Cholesky Decomposition.

Automatic Derivatives.

Constrained Optimization.

Interior-Point Extensions.

LU Factorization.

Complex Arrays.

Fourier Transforms.

References.

Index.
"...teaches the design of programs for scientific computation in C++." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2001)

"With a view to teaching the design of programs...the author introduces unique C++ classes for vectors, dense matrices, and sparse matrices...demonstrates their use..." (Mechanical Engineering, www.wemagazine.org, April 2, 2002)
  • A collection of source code files correlated with the content of the book can be downloaded from the Wiley ftp site.