Quadrature theory : the theory of numerical integration on a compact interval
 Responsibility
 Helmut Brass, Knut Petras.
 Language
 English.
 Imprint
 Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, c2011.
 Physical description
 vii, 363 p. ; 26 cm.
 Series
 Mathematical surveys and monographs ; no. 178.
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Creators/Contributors
 Author/Creator
 Brass, Helmut.
 Contributor
 Petras, Knut, 1962
Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 335356) and index.
 Contents

 Introduction The abstract framework Norm and kernel of the remainder functional Coobservations Quadrature rules of interpolatory type Gaussian quadrature Quadrature rules with equidistant nodes Periodic integrands Variance and Chebyshevtype rules Problems Orthogonal polynomials Bernoulli polynomials Validation of coobservations Bibliography Symbols Index.
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 Publisher's Summary
 Every book on numerical analysis covers methods for the approximate calculation of definite integrals. The authors of this book provide a complementary treatment of the topic by presenting a coherent theory of quadrature methods that encompasses many deep and elegant results as well as a large number of interesting (solved and open) problems. The inclusion of the word "theory" in the title highlights the authors' emphasis on analytical questions, such as the existence and structure of quadrature methods and selection criteria based on strict error bounds for quadrature rules. Systematic analyses of this kind rely on certain properties of the integrand, called "coobservations, " which form the central organizing principle for the authors' theory, and distinguish their book from other texts on numerical integration. A wide variety of coobservations are examined, as a detailed understanding of these is useful for solving problems in practical contexts. While quadrature theory is often viewed as a branch of numerical analysis, its influence extends much further. It has been the starting point of many farreaching generalizations in various directions, as well as a testing ground for new ideas and concepts. The material in this book should be accessible to anyone who has taken the standard undergraduate courses in linear algebra, advanced calculus, and real analysis.
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 Publication date
 2011
 Series
 Mathematical surveys and monographs ; v. 178
 ISBN
 9780821853610 (alk. paper)
 0821853619 (alk. paper)