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The importance of accuracy verification methods was understood at the very beginning of the development of numerical analysis. Recent decades have seen a rapid growth of results related to adaptive numerical methods and a posteriori estimates. However, in this important area there often exists a noticeable gap between mathematicians creating the theory and researchers developing applied algorithms that could be used in engineering and scientific computations for guaranteed and efficient error control.The goals of the book are to (1) give a transparent explanation of the underlying mathematical theory in a style accessible not only to advanced numerical analysts but also to engineers and students; (2) present detailed step-by-step algorithms that follow from a theory; (3) discuss their advantages and drawbacks, areas of applicability, give recommendations and examples.
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Olli Mäki (born 22 December 1936) is a retired Finnish boxer. As an amateur he won the European lightweight title in 1959, placing second in 1957. After being removed from the 1960 Olympic team he turned professional and fought until 1973 with a record of 28 victories, 14 losses and 8 draws.
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