Numerical Approximation Methods

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  • Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering,
  • Numerical and Computational Physics,
  • Engineering mathematics,
  • Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis,
  • Mathematics,
  • Computer science

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