The Handbook of Integration by Daniel Zwillinger
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The Handbook of Integration written by
Daniel Zwillinger , Department of Mathematical Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.
This book is therefore divided into five sections:
• Applications of Integration which shows how integration is used in differential equations, geometry, probability and performing summations;
• Concepts and Definitions which defines several different types of integrals and operations on them;
• Exact Techniques which indicates several ways in which integrals may be evaluated exactly;
• Approximate Techniques which indicates several ways in which integrals may be evaluated approximately; and
• Numerical Techniques which indicates several ways in which integrals may be evaluated numerically.
This handbook has been designed as a reference book. Many of the techniques in this book are standard in an advanced course in mathematical methods. Each technique is accompanied by several current references; these allow each topic to be studied in more detail. This book should be useful to students and also to practicing engineers or scientists who must evaluate integrals on an occasional basis.
Title: The Handbook of Integration
Author(s): Daniel Zwillinger
Publisher: A K Peters/CRC Press
Series:
Year: 1992
Pages: 377
Type: PDF
Language: English
ISBN: 0867202939,9780867202939
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The Handbook of Integration written by
Daniel Zwillinger
cover the following topics.
I Applications of Integration
II Concepts and Definitions
III Exact Analytical Methods
IV Approximate Analytical Methods
V Numerical Methods: Concepts
VI Numerical Methods: Techniques
Mathematical Nomenclature
Index
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