American University of Beirut

Computational Mathematics and Numerical Simulation

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Computational mathematics involves the use of mathematics in all areas where computing plays a central and essential role. It mainly emphasizes algorithms, numerical methods and more recently symbolic computations.

Numerical simulation is the process of implementing discrete mathematical models through state-of-the-art computer programs designed to predict, despite errors generated by finite precision arithmetic, accurate descriptions of the behaviour of real-world phenomena. Most often those models are based on deep understanding of ordinary and partial differential equations.

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