Re: CCL:Numerically Solving Partial Differential Equations



 On Mon, 12 May 1997, Paul Beroza wrote:
 > can all be used to solve the Poisson-Boltzmann equation. I would
 > recommend "Numerical Recipes" as a good introduction to numerical
 > methods to solve partial differential equations.
 "Numerical Recipes" are a bit trivial if one wants to make a real
 thing.
 I would rather recommend:
 Lapidus L. & Pinder G.F., Numerical Solution of Partial Differential
 Equations in Science and Engineering, Wiley, New York, 1982
 and
 Smith G.D. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations:
 Finite Difference Methods (3rd edition), Clarendon, Oxford, 1985.
 Both combine rigorous discussion with clarity of presentation
 and practical usefullness.
 HTH,
 				L.B.
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