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Introduction to Numerical Solutions

, 24 Feb 2012 CPOL
An introduction to numerical solver algorithms with general purpose demonstration code.
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Phil is a Principal Software developer focusing on weird yet practical algorithms that run the gamut of embedded and desktop (PID loops, Kalman filters, FFTs, client-server SOAP bindings, ASIC design, communication protocols, game engines, robotics).
 
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