2. Nonlinear algebraic systems;
3. Matrix eigenvalue analysis;
4. Initial value problems;
5. Numerical optimization;
6. Boundary value problems;
7. Probability theory and stochastic simulation;
8. Bayesian statistics and parameter estimation;
9. Fourier analysis.
Kenneth J Beers has been Assistant Professor at MIT since the year 2000. He has taught extensively across the engineering discipline at both the undergraduate and graduate level. This book is a result of the sucessful course the author devised at MIT for numerical methods applied to chemical engineering.