Continuous System Simulation

Continuous System Simulation

Continuous System Simulation

Highly computer-oriented text, introducing numerical methods and algorithms along with the applications and conceptual tools.                                                                         Includes homework problems, suggestions for research projects, and open-ended questions at the end of each chapter.                                                                                            Written by our successful author who also wrote Continuous System Modeling, a best-selling Springer book first published in the 1991 (sold about 1500 copies).


From the reviews:

"This is a graduate-level textbook, a sequel to continuous system modeling … . The text provides a plentiful number of exercises and projects at various levels of difficulty. Each chapter has a carefully selected list of references." (William J. Satzer jun, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1112 (8), 2007)

From the Back Cover

Continuous System Simulation describes systematically and methodically how mathematical models of dynamic systems, usually described by sets of either ordinary or partial differential equations possibly coupled with algebraic equations, can be simulated on a digital computer.

Modern modeling and simulation environments relieve the occasional user from having to understand how simulation really works. Once a mathematical model of a process has been formulated, the modeling and simulation environment compiles and simulates the model, and curves of result trajectories...

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