Information Linkage between Applied Mathematics and Industry II presents the proceedings of the Second Annual Workshop on the Information Linkage between Applied Mathematics and Industry, held in Monterey, California on February 22-24, 1979. This book focuses on the linear systems of equations in practical applications.
Comprised of two parts encompassing 29 chapters, this volume starts with an analysis of the undetermined systems of linear algebraic equations that are frequently encountered in solving physical problems. This book then discusses the guiding principles of the methods used to stabilize the problem against ill-conditioning and rank deficiency. This text explains the methods that are developed to solve the typical radiation spectrum unfolding problems. Other chapters describe the mathematical technique that is the basis of unfolding code called FERD. Finally, the reader is introduced to integral and differential equations by using a point-by-point approach.
Mathematicians, engineers, researchers, and students will find this book extremely useful.