Numerical analysis of spectral methods: theory and by David Gottlieb, Steven A. Orszag
By David Gottlieb, Steven A. Orszag
A unified dialogue of the formula and research of designated tools of combined preliminary boundary-value difficulties. the focal point is at the improvement of a brand new mathematical conception that explains why and the way good spectral tools paintings. integrated are fascinating extensions of the classical numerical research.
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