An Introduction to Numerical Methods for the Physical Sciences
There is only a very limited number of physical systems that can be exactly described in terms of simple analytic functions. There are, however, a vast range of problems which are amenable to a computational approach. This book provides a concise, self-contained introduction to the basic numerical and analytic techniques, which form the foundations of the algorithms commonly employed to give a quantitative description of systems of genuine physical interest. The methods developed are applied to representative problems from classical and quantum physics. [Amazon.com]
Morgan & Claypool
Mathematics | Numerical Analysis and Computation | Physics
Whelan, Colm T., "An Introduction to Numerical Methods for the Physical Sciences" (2020). Physics Faculty Books. 9.