Matrix Theory and Applications (Charles R. Johnson, ed.)

  title={Matrix Theory and Applications (Charles R. Johnson, ed.)},
  author={Jeffrey L. Stuart},
  journal={SIAM Review},
However, on closer inspection, the seven chapters of the textbook decompose into seven separate journal style articles, two ofwhich are concerned with electrical power and machinery applications ofthe boundary element method, two describe coupled finite element/boundary element methods, and the other three are devoted to special topics in three-dimensional magnetostatics, modeling external power sources, and low-frequency eddy current calculations. Consequently, even though a serious attempt… CONTINUE READING
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