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Golub, Gene Howard was born on February 29, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Nathan and Bernice (Gelman) Golub.
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This book introduces the basic concepts of parallel and vector computing in the context of an introduction to numerical methods. It contains chapters on parallel and vector matrix multiplication and solution of linear systems by direct and iterative methods. It is suitable for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate courses in computer science, applied mathematics, and engineering. Ideally, students will have access to a parallel or Vector computer, but the material can be studied profitably in any case.
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Scientific Computing and Differential Equations: An Introduction to Numerical Methods, is an excellent complement to Introduction to Numerical Methods by Ortega and Poole. The book emphasizes the importance of solving differential equations on a computer, which comprises a large part of what has come to be called scientific computing. It reviews modern scientific computing, outlines its applications, and places the subject in a larger context. This book is appropriate for upper undergraduate courses in mathematics, electrical engineering, and computer science; it is also well-suited to serve as a textbook for numerical differential equations courses at the graduate level. • An introductory chapter gives an overview of scientific computing, indicating its important role in solving differential equations, and placing the subject in the larger environment • Contains an introduction to numerical methods for both ordinary and partial differential equations • Concentrates on ordinary differential equations, especially boundary-value problems • Contains most of the main topics for a first course in numerical methods, and can serve as a text for this course • Uses material for junior/senior level undergraduate courses in math and computer science plus material for numerical differential equations courses for engineering/science students at the graduate level
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Golub, Gene Howard was born on February 29, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Nathan and Bernice (Gelman) Golub.
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, University Illinois, 1953. Master of Arts in Mathematics-Statistics, University Illinois, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, University Illinois, 1959.
Technology (honorary), Linköping University, 1984. Doctorate (honorary), University Grenoble, 1986. Doctorate (honorary), University Waterloo, 1987.
Doctorate (honorary), University Dundee, 1987. Degree (honorary), University Waterloo, 1987. Doctorate (honorary), University Illinois, 1991.
Doctorate (honorary), Katholieke University Leuven, Belgium, 1992.
Associate professor, Stanford University, 1966-1970; professor, Stanford University, since 1962; Fletcher Jones professor computer science, Stanford University, 1991; department chairman computer science, Stanford University, 1980-1984; director science computing/computational mathematics, Stanford University. Founder NA-net; member of advisory commission on computer science National Science Foundation, 1982-1984.
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(This book introduces the basic concepts of parallel and v...)
(This book introduces the basic concepts of parallel and v...)
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science (honorary). Member National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, American Academy Arts & Sciences, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (member council 1975-1977, trustee 1982-2007, president 1985-1987, visiting lecturer 1976-1977, founder, editor Journal Science and Statistical Computing 1980), United States National Committee for Mathematics Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences.