Buchanan J.L., Turner P.R. Numerical Method and Analysis
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McGraw-Hill, 1992. - 640 Pages.This is a standard two-semester text for a first course in numerical analysis at the advanced undergraduate level, offering unique coverage of numerical approximation/interpolation, graphics, and parallel computing. A portion of the programs are written in Turbo Pascal. The remainder are pseudocode or generalized algorithms. Because other texts use FORTRAN or just pseudocode, the Turbo Pascal flavor of the Buchanan/Turner text sets it apart and makes it particularly appropriate for the typical undergraduate with Pascal programming skills and access to a personal computer.
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