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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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David A. Cox 
Ideals, varieties and algorithms: An Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra 
026482 
2015 
Book 

2 
Thomas Becker 
Grobner bases: A Computational Approach to Commutative Algebra 
026481 
1993 
Book 

3 
XinShe Yang 
Introduction to computational mathematics 
026201 
2015 
Book 

4 
Ian H. Hutchinson 
Student's guide to numerical methods 
026074 
2015 
Book 

5 
Paul Cockshott 
Computation and its limits 
026050 
2015 
Book 

6 
Antonio Munjiza 
Large strain finite element method: A Practical Course 
025979 
2015 
Book 

7 
Amritasu Sinha 
Principles of engineering analysis 
024408 
2012 
Book 

8 
Matheus Grasselli 
Numerical mathematics 
022370 
2008 
Book 

9 
HIGHAM, N.J. 
Accuracy and stability of numerical algorithms 
021347 
2002 
Book 

10 
W. D. Wallis 
Beginner's guide to finite mathematics : For business, managment, and the social sciences 
020188 
2004 
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Title  Grobner bases: A Computational Approach to Commutative Algebra 
Author(s)  Thomas Becker;Volker Weispfenning 
Publication  New York, SpringerVerlag, 1993. 
Description  xxii, 574p. 
Series  (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) 
Abstract Note  The origins of the mathematics in this book date back more than two thou sand years, as can be seen from the fact that one of the most important algorithms presented here bears the name of the Greek mathematician Eu clid. The word "algorithm" as well as the key word "algebra" in the title of this book come from the name and the work of the ninthcentury scientist Mohammed ibn Musa alKhowarizmi, who was born in what is now Uzbek istan and worked in Baghdad at the court of Harun alRashid's son. The word "algorithm" is actually a westernization of alKhowarizmi's name, while "algebra" derives from "aljabr," a term that appears in the title of his book Kitab aljabr wa'l muqabala, where he discusses symbolic methods for the solution of equations. This close connection between algebra and al gorithms lasted roughly up to the beginning of this century; until then, the primary goal of algebra was the design of constructive methods for solving equations by means of symbolic transformations. During the second half of the nineteenth century, a new line of thought began to enter algebra from the realm of geometry, where it had been successful since Euclid's time, namely, the axiomatic method. 
ISBN,Price  9780387979717 : Eur 93.59(HB) 
Classification  519.6

Keyword(s)  1. BUCHBERGER ALGORITHM
2. COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA
3. COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS
4. GROBNER BASIS THEORY

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Title  Introduction to computational mathematics 
Author(s)  XinShe Yang 
Edition  2nd ed. 
Publication  New Jersey, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2015. 
Description  xii, 329p. 
Abstract Note  This unique book provides a comprehensive introduction to computational mathematics, which forms an essential part of contemporary numerical algorithms, scientific computing and optimization. It uses a theoremfree approach with just the right balance between mathematics and numerical algorithms. This edition covers all major topics in computational mathematics with a wide range of carefully selected numerical algorithms, ranging from the rootfinding algorithm, numerical integration, numerical methods of partial differential equations, finite element methods, optimization algorithms, stochastic models, nonlinear curvefitting to data modelling, bioinspired algorithms and swarm intelligence. This book is especially suitable for both undergraduates and graduates in computational mathematics, numerical algorithms, scientific computing, mathematical programming, artificial intelligence and engineering optimization. Thus, it can be used as a textbook and/or reference book. 
ISBN,Price  9789814635783 : Rs. 995.00(PB) 
Classification  519.6

Keyword(s)  1. Computational Intelligence
2. COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS
3. MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING
4. NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS
5. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
6. STOCHASTIC METHODS

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Title  Student's guide to numerical methods 
Author(s)  Ian H. Hutchinson 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015. 
Description  xiv, 207p. 
Abstract Note  his concise, plainlanguage guide for senior undergraduates and graduate students aims to develop intuition, practical skills and an understanding of the framework of numerical methods for the physical sciences and engineering. It provides accessible selfcontained explanations of mathematical principles, avoiding intimidating formal proofs. Worked examples and targeted exercises enable the student to master the realities of using numerical techniques for common needs such as solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, fitting experimental data, and simulation using particle and Monte Carlo methods. Topics are carefully selected and structured to build understanding, and illustrate key principles such as: accuracy, stability, order of convergence, iterative refinement, and computational effort estimation. Enrichment sections and indepth footnotes form a springboard to more advanced material and provide additional background. Whether used for selfstudy, or as the basis of an accelerated introductory class, this compact textbook provides a thorough grounding in computational physics and engineering. 
ISBN,Price  9781316602416 : Rs. 295.00(PB) 
Classification  519.6

Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
3. NUMERICAL METHODS

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026074 

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Title  Large strain finite element method: A Practical Course 
Author(s)  Antonio Munjiza;Esteban Rougier;Earl E. Knight 
Publication  Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, 2015. 
Description  xiv, 469p. 
Abstract Note  Book takes an introductory approach to the subject of large strains and large displacements in finite elements and starts from the basic concepts of finite strain deformability, including finite rotations and finite displacements. The necessary elements of vector analysis and tensorial calculus on the lines of modern understanding of the concept of tensor will also be introduced.
This book explains how tensors and vectors can be described using matrices and also introduces different stress and strain tensors. Building on these, step by step finite element techniques for both hyper and hypoelastic approach will be considered.
Material models including isotropic, unisotropic, plastic and viscoplastic materials will be independently discussed to facilitate clarity and ease of learning. Elements of transient dynamics will also be covered and key explicit and iterative solvers including the direct numerical integration, relaxation techniques and conjugate gradient method will also be explored.
This book contains a large number of easy to follow illustrations, examples and source code details that facilitate both reading and understanding. 
ISBN,Price  9781118405307 : US $130.00(HB) 
Classification  519.6

Keyword(s)  1. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
2. LARGE DISPLACEMENTS
3. LARGE STRAINS
4. STRAIN TENSORS
5. STRAINS AND STRESSES
6. TENSONS

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