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Overview of Visualization in NumericalAnalysis

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See Student[NumericalAnalysis] for a general introduction to the NumericalAnalysis subpackage of the Student package.

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The visualization commands can be used to teach and study both the visual and computational aspects of numerical analysis.

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The visualization commands focus on specific fields of numerical analysis such as: initial value problems, interpolation, numerical linear algebra, quadrature and root finding.

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The visualization commands that deal with initial value problems are:

AdamsBashforth

AdamsMoulton

Euler

InitialValueProblem

RungeKutta

Taylor

  

There are also interactive commands in the Student[NumericalAnalysis] subpackage that focus on initial value problems.  See Interactive Overview for more details.

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The visualization command that deals with interpolation is:

Draw

 

 

  

There are also computation commands in the Student[NumericalAnalysis] subpackage that focus on interpolation.  See Computation Overview for more details.

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The visualization command that deals with numerical linear algebra is:

IterativeApproximate

 

 

  

There are also computation interactive commands in the Student[NumericalAnalysis] subpackage that focus on numerical linear algebra.  See Computation Overview and Interactive Overview for more details.

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The visualization commands that deal with quadrature are:

AdaptiveQuadrature

Quadrature

 

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The visualization commands that deal with root finding are:

Bisection

FalsePosition

FixedPointIteration

ModifiedNewton

Newton

Roots

Secant

Steffensen

 

See Also

Student[NumericalAnalysis]

Student[NumericalAnalysis][ComputationOverview]

Student[NumericalAnalysis][InteractiveOverview]

 


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