The Theory of Difference Schemes emphasizes solutions to boundary value problems through multiple difference schemes. It addresses the construction of approximate numerical methods and computer algorithms for solving mathematical physics problems. The book also develops mathematical models for obtaining desired solutions in minimal time using direct or iterative difference equations. Mathematical Reviews said it is "well-written [and] an excellent book, with a wealth of mathematical material and techniques."
"Illustrated with helpful examples of practical implementations of general stability."
—ZDM: The International Journal on Mathematics Education
"…well written … delivers more than one may expect. … an excellent book, with a wealth of mathematical material and techniques."
"…an extensive theoretical survey."