Numerical Recipes in C++: The Art of Scientific Computing

Numerical Recipes in C++: The Art of Scientific Computing



3 thoughts on “Numerical Recipes in C++: The Art of Scientific Computing

  1. Sthitadhi Roy Sthitadhi Roy says:

    here is a story about this book when i had bought that book i had thought i will read through it understand the different algorithms and become great at computational physics none of these happened and i was convinced that this book was not really going to serve me any good purpose really until today and now i think i understand how and when to use that booktoday we came up with the function that suited our needs which was logx for x1 and exp x for x1 and it turned out to bewait for it let me take a deep breathmodified bessel function of the second kind of order 0holy christand i had to code it into my monte carlo so the first thing that i did was searched on the internet for libraries but half way through looking at the google results I once thought of looking at this book sure enough there was chapter on special functions and sure enough there was a function to generate the function to generate the function which used modified bessel of the first kind and there was a function for that as well so i copied both of them and the thing worked pretty smoothlyso this is the way you use this bookgreat


  2. Iss Iss says:

    Very useful if you just need to implement something and don't want to make the research all on your own and from scratch Some source code examples use Macros which seem to be relics from the old book eg SRx which seems to xx But useful anyhow


  3. Enrico Enrico says:

    Well done and explained with real code


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