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 POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING [PDF] [PPT] [PDF] [PPT] [PDF] [PPT] [PDF] [PPT]   differentiation [PDF] [PPT]      Discrete functions [PDF] [PPT]      Effect of step size on accuracy of numerical first derivative: Forward Divided Difference [PDF] [PPT]      Effect of step size on accuracy of numerical first derivative Backward Divided Difference [PDF] [PPT]      Effect of step size on accuracy of numerical first derivative: Central Divided Difference [PDF] [PPT]   NONLINEAR EQUATIONS     Bisection Method [PDF] [PPT]      Newton-Raphson Method [PDF] [PPT]      Secant Method [PDF] [PPT]   SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR Equations   Interpolation     Direct Method [PDF] [PPT]      Lagrange Method [PDF] [PPT]      Spline Method [PDF] [PPT]   REGRESSION [PDF] [PPT] [PDF] [PPT]   Integration    Trapezoidal Rule [PDF] [PPT]     Simpson's 1/3rd Rule [PDF] [PPT]      Romberg Rule [PDF] [PPT]     Gauss-Quadrature Rule [PDF] [PPT]   ordinary differential equations     Euler's Method [PDF] [PPT]      Runge-Kutta 4th order Method [PDF] [PPT]     Shooting Method [PDF] [PPT]     Finite Difference Method [PDF] [PPT]   OPTIMIZATION    Golden Section Search Method [PDF] [PPT]     [PDF] [PPT]   PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL equations   FAST FOURIER TRANSFORMS    Introduction to Fourier Series [PDF] [PPT]      Continuous Fourier Series [PDF] [PPT]     Fourier Transform Pair [PDF] [PPT]     Discrete Fourier Transform [PDF] [PPT]
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