McGraw-Hill, 1970. — 223 p. The book represents an effort to organize and expound those principles that have been developed largely by pure mathematicians and by mathematicians who were being (perhaps only temporarily) pure, that the numerical analyst might find useful in devising processes of the type indicated in the title. It does not contain specific algorithms nor, a fortiori, error analyses. But the hope is that it contains the background material that will aid in the construction of both.
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