Accuracy and Reliability in Scientific Computing

Chapter 1, What Can Go Wrong in Scientific Computing?

Section 1.4 What Really Went Wrong in Applied Scientific Computing!

We include only examples where numerical problems have occurred, not the more common pure programming errors (bugs). More examples are given in the Stevenson paper [1] and in the Thomas Huckle web site Collection of Software Bugs, [2].

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