Fifth Homework on NumComp Due March 6, 2009
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Homework #5
3.16 Exercise
3.17 Exercise
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3.19 Exercise
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extra credit 25% Based on the example provided in class write your own routine
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Chapter 1
Introduction to Scientic Computing
1.1 Unexpected Results
What follows are examples where the computed results are not what is expected. The reason for the problem is the same for each example. Namely,
the nite precision arithme
Floating Point Representation
Michael L. Overton
copyright c 1996
1 Computer Representation of Numbers
Computers which work with real arithmetic use a system called oating point.
Suppose a real number x has the binary expansion
x = m 2E
and
where 1 m < 2
MATLAB Primer
Third Edition
Kermit Sigmon
Department of Mathematics
University of Florida
Department of Mathematics University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611
[email protected]
Copyright c 1989, 1992, 1993 by Kermit Sigmon
On the Third Edition
The Thir
February 3, 2014
Chapter 2
Solving A Nonlinear Equation
In this chapter one of the more common mathematics problems is studied,
which is to nd the solution, or solutions, of an equation of the form f (x) = 0.
To illustrate the situation, we begin with a f
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Appendix A
Taylors Theorem
The essential tool in the development of numerical methods is Taylors theorem. The reason is simple, Taylors theorem will enable us to approximate
a function with a polynomial, and polynomials are easy to comput
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Appendix E
Answers and Some Extras
Introduction to Scientific Computing
and Data Analysis by M. H. Holmes
Chapter 1
Introduction to Scientific Computing
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W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 3
Due: Thurs. Sept. 22, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results. Please present your results in a clear and neat
manner.
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W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 2
Due: Thurs. Sept. 15, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results.
1. (10 pts) The function f (x) = 2x2 exp(x/4) has two real root
W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 10
Due: Thurs. Dec. 1, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results. Please present results in a clear manner: grades
may be deducted
W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 6
Due: Thurs. Oct. 20, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results. Please present results in a clear manner: grades
may be deducted
References
ANSI/IEEE. IEEE Standard for Binary Floating-Point Arithmetic, volume
Std 754-1985. IEEE, New York, 1985.
D. L. Applegate, R. E. Bixby, V. Chvtal, and W. J. Cook. The Traveling
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Salesman Problem: A Computational Study. Princeton Series in Appl
Numerical Computing Section 2
Homework #10 4/24/09
Tenth HomewOrk on NumComp, Due April 24, 2009
1. 8.8 page 376. You may answer this question by choosing the interval to be and
solving the resulting system of equation numerically.
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Second Homework on NumComp, Due January 30, 3009
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2. Exercise 2.8 after Chapter 2,
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Numerical Computing
Homework #4
Fourth Homework on NumComp Due February 17, 2009
noon - submit to my ofce or mailbox
Review questions 3.1- 3.34 (NO CREDIT) Theoretical problem is exercise in book
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3.2 Exercise
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C l e v e s C o r n e r
Floating points
IEEE Standard unies arithmetic model
by Cleve Moler
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f you look carefully at the denition of fundamental
where f is the fraction or mantissa and e is the exponent. The
arithmetic operations like addition and multip
W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 5
Due: Thurs. Oct. 13, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results. Please present results in a clear manner: grades
may be deducted
W.D. Henshaw
Math 4800: Problem Set 4
Due: Thurs. Sept 29, 2016.
General note: For computer exercises please provide listings of all computer programs
that were used to generate the results. Please present results in a clear manner: grades
may be deducted