Trobec, Roman, Vajteršic, Marián, Zinterhof, Peter (Eds.)
2009, XXIV, 520 p.
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“This is collection of 15 chapters, mostly on topics related to numerical computation … . The target audience consists of researchers, practitioners, and students. … The typesetting is of high quality, and there many well-rendered mathematical problems on display. … the book includes a tantalizingly short introduction to quantum computing. … this could become a worthwhile first approach to a new computing paradigm … . Again the included references will help those interested in the subject.” (A. Squassabia, ACM Computing Reviews, February, 2010)