COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS | SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
» COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS

COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS

Computational mathematics is the branch of mathematics which is concerned primarily with ways in which to compute results to various problems by applying the theory of numerical analysis. Through the development and execution of sophisticated computer programs, approximate numerical solutions are achieved as opposed to the analytic solutions. As high speed computers provide ever increasing simulation capabilities, the importance of this field has never been greater. Current research interests include the numerical solution of differential equations of ordinary types, delay, fuzzy, algebraic and stiff. The area of focus is the Runge-Kutta method, multistep method, hybrid method, block method and parallel numerical method.

List of Experts

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohamed Suleiman (Research Fellow) | Google Scholar
Prof. Dr. Fudziah Ismail | Google Scholar
Prof. Dr. Zanariah Abdul Majid | Google Scholar
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zarina Bibi Ibrahim
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Norazak Senu | Google Scholar
Dr. Mai Zurwatul Ahlam Mohd Jaffar
Dr. Norhasimah Mahiddin | ResearchGate
Dr. Siti Nur Iqmal Ibrahim | Google Scholar

 

Updated:: 25/07/2017 [azimin]

MEDIA SHARING

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Universiti Putra Malaysia
43400 UPM Serdang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
03-9769 4225
03-9769 4232
B1566469612