NUMERICAL METHODS:
FORTRAN Programs
(c) 1994 by John H. Mathews
Complementary Software
To Accompany
NUMERICAL METHODS
for Mathematics, Science,
and Engineering
Second Edition
PRENTICE HALL, INC.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
(c) 1992, 1987 by
John H. Mathews
Calif. St. Univ., Fullerton
mathews@fullerton.edu
This free software is complements of the author. It is permissible
to copy this software for educational purposes, provided that it is
used with the textbook. The software may not be sold for profit and
may only be sold in such a way that the cost of reproduction are recovered.
The printed version of this material is titled
"FORTRAN Programming Guidebook for NUMERICAL METHODS."
The author appreciates correspondence regarding both the
textbook and the supplements. You are welcome to correspond
by mail or electronic mail.
Prof. John H. Mathews
Department of Mathematics
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92634
(714) 773-3631
(714) 773-3196
mathews@ccvax.fullerton.edu
CONTENTS
1. FORTRAN Preliminaries
2. The Solution of Nonlinear Equations f(x) = 0
3. The Solution of Linear Systems AX = B
4. Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation
5. Curve Fitting
6. Numerical Differentiation
7. Numerical Integration
8. Numerical Optimization
9. Solution of Differential Equations
10. Solution of Partial Differential Equations
11. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Letter of Permission to use and copy this software.
NUMERICAL METHODS:
FORTRAN Programs
(c) 1994 by John H. Mathews
Complementary Software
To Accompany
NUMERICAL METHODS
for Mathematics, Science,
and Engineering
Second Edition
PRENTICE HALL, INC.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
(c) 1992, 1987 by
John H. Mathews
Calif. St. Univ., Fullerton
mathews@fullerton.edu
This free software is complements of the author.
As a user of the text NUMERICAL METHODS, 2nd Ed by John Mathews,
you are hereby granted permission to copy this software, NUMERICAL
METHODS: FORTRAN Programs, for courses using this text at your
institution. The software may not be sold for profit and may only
be sold in such a way that the cost of reproduction are recovered.
The term of this permission extends for the duration that the above
mentioned text is in use. Any extension of permission beyond what has
been explicitly granted from the author in writing.
The author appreciates correspondence regarding both the
textbook and the supplements. You are welcome to correspond
by mail or electronic mail.
Prof. John H. Mathews
Department of Mathematics
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92634
(714) 773-3631
(714) 773-3196
mathews@fullerton.edu