Selšuk Journal of Applied Mathematics

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 Selšuk Journal of
  Applied Mathematics

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Summer-Autumn, 2001
  Volume  2
  Number 2

 
Research Center of 
  Applied Mathematics


 SJAM Summer-Autumn 2001, Volume 2 - Number 2

Computer dialogue system MVC

Haydar Bulgak1, Diliaver Eminov2

1 Research Centre of Applied Mathematics, Selšuk University, Konya, Turkey
   email: hbulgak@selcuk.edu.tr

 2 Spectel Ltd., Dublin Ireland;
   email: Diliaver.Eminov@spectel.com

Received: December 16, 2001
 

Summary
The computer-aided methods of mathematical education include three main parts: computers, textbooks and software. An experimental version of this approach was elaborated in the Research Centre of Applied Mathematics of the Selcuk University. This version includes four textbooks: Analysis [2], Linear Algebra [6], Linear Difference Equations and Stability Theory [1], and Matrix Computations with Guaranteed Accuracy in Stability Theory [12]. The version is supported by the computer dialogue system Matrix-vector calculator (MVC) [20], [21].

 

Key words
projections onto invariant subspaces, matrix spectrum dichotomy, matrix equations, linear algebraic equations, pseudospectrum, computer dialogue system, stability theory, condition number.
 

Mathematics Subject Classification (1991): 39A11, 65F, 65L, 65Y
 

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