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  1-10 of 34 Reviews about "Numerical Algorithms (G.1.0...)": Date Reviewed
  A linear algorithm for a perfect matching in polyomino graphs
Lin Y., Zhang F. Theoretical Computer Science 67582-88, 2017.  Type: Article

Perfect matching in a graph is a set of edges where any pair does not share a common vertex and every vertex of the graph is the endpoint of an edge from that set. From the paper’s introduction: “A polyomino graph i...

Aug 10 2017
  Numerical methods and modelling for engineering
Khoury R., Harder D., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 332 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319211-75-6)

I always appreciated numerical methods courses, possibly because I found the field a simpler and more versatile alternative to learning the analytic solutions across many application domains. Although this book is intended as a textboo...

Feb 23 2017
  Real quantifier elimination for the synthesis of optimal numerical algorithms (case study: square root computation)
Eraşcu M., Hong H. Journal of Symbolic Computation 75(C): 110-126, 2016.  Type: Article

If we know that lies in [L,U], can we produce a better bounding interval? The obvious answer is the Secant-Newton map, replacing [L
Jul 25 2016
   Towards a linear algebra of programming
Oliveira J. Formal Aspects of Computing 24(4-6): 433-458, 2012.  Type: Article

We are, by now, quite used to relational interpretations of program semantics. Such interpretations live in a rich algebraic world. What if we wanted to use a probabilistic interpretation instead? Well, it turns out that this is a cons...

Jul 29 2014
  Genetic programming theory and practice X
Riolo R., Vladislavleva E., Ritchie M., Moore J., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2013. 270 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-461468-45-5)

Genetic programming (GP) is a specific area of artificial intelligence, involving machine learning and evolutionary strategies, applied to efficiently identify certain computer programs or topologies of programs suited to some user req...

Jul 1 2014
  Numerical algorithm with high spatial accuracy for the fractional diffusion-wave equation with Neumann boundary conditions
Ren J., Sun Z. Journal of Scientific Computing 56(2): 381-408, 2013.  Type: Article

Fractional differential equations arise in various applied areas of science and engineering, for example, in the “modeling of anomalous diffusive and sub-diffusive systems, [the] description of fractional random walk, and [th...

Dec 19 2013
  D-optimal matrices via quadratic integer optimization
Kotsireas I., Pardalos P. Journal of Heuristics 19(4): 617-627, 2013.  Type: Article

Starting with a set of square matrices with elements {-1, +1}, let their size be an even number, but not divisible by four. From this set of matrices, find the one with the maximal determinant, and you have a D-optimal matrix. Although...

Oct 22 2013
   Hard thresholding pursuit: an algorithm for compressive sensing
Foucart S. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 49(6): 2543-2563, 2011.  Type: Article

Compressive sensing (CS) is an exciting new model for signal processing. The author presents a new reconstruction algorithm, which is the main thrust of current CS research....

Feb 15 2013
  Numerical solution of algebraic Riccati equations
Bini D., Iannazzo B., Meini B., SIAM, Philadelphia, PA, 2012. 268 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-611972-08-5)

This monograph, which is part of SIAM’s important “Fundamentals of Algorithms” series, is dedicated to obtaining solutions, analytical or approximate, of algebraic matrix equations of the form C
Sep 27 2012
   Newton methods for nonlinear problems: affine invariance and adaptive algorithms
Deuflhard P., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2011. 436 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-642238-98-7)

The numerical treatment of nonlinear problems in science and engineering often involves the solution of finite dimensional algebraic systems, or infinite systems in the case of ordinary or partial differential equations. Depending on t...

Jun 21 2012
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