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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1 Enclosing a Solution
1.2 Bounding Roundoff Error
1.3. Number Pair Extensions 5
1.3 Number Pair Extensions
The Interval Number System
2.1 BasicTerms and Concepts
2.2. Order Relations for Intervals 9
2.2 Order Relations for Intervals
2.3 Operations of Interval Arithmetic
2.4 IntervalVectors and Matrices
2.5 Some Historical References
First Applications of Interval Arithmetic
3.1 Examples
3.2 Outwardly Rounded Interval Arithmetic
3.3 INTLAB
3.4 Other Systems and Considerations
Further Properties of Interval Arithmetic
4.1 Algebraic Properties
4.2 Symmetric Intervals
4.3 Inclusion Isotonicity of Interval Arithmetic
Introduction to Interval Functions
5.1 Set Images and United Extension
5.2 Elementary Functions of Interval Arguments
5.3 Interval-Valued Extensions of Real Functions
5.4. The Fundamental Theorem and Its Applications 45
5.4 The FundamentalTheorem and Its Applications
5.5. Remarks on Numerical Computation 49
5.5 Remarks on Numerical Computation
6.1 A Metric for the Set of Intervals
6.2 Refinement
6.3. Finite Convergence and Stopping Criteria 57
6.3 Finite Convergence and Stopping Criteria
6.4 More Efficient Refinements
6.5 Summary
Interval Matrices
7.1 Definitions
7.2 Interval Matrices and Dependency
7.4 Systems of Linear Equations
7.5 Linear Systems with Inexact Data
7.6 More on Gaussian Elimination
7.7. Sparse Linear Systems Within INTLAB 101
7.7 Sparse Linear Systems Within INTLAB
7.8 Final Notes
Interval Newton Methods
8.1 Newton’s Method in One Dimension
8.2 The Krawczyk Method
8.3 Safe Starting Intervals
8.4. Multivariate Interval Newton Methods 123
8.4 Multivariate Interval Newton Methods
8.5 Concluding Remarks
Integration of Interval Functions
9.1 Definition and Properties of the Integral
9.2. Integration of Polynomials 133
9.2 Integration of Polynomials
9.3. Polynomial Enclosure, Automatic Differentiation 135
9.3 Polynomial Enclosure and Automatic Differentiation
9.4. Computing Enclosures for Integrals 141
9.4 Computing Enclosures for Integrals
9.6 Software and Further References
Integral Equations and Differential Equations
10.1 Integral Equations
10.2 ODEs and InitialValue Problems
10.3 ODEs and BoundaryValue Problems
10.4 Partial Differential Equations
11.1 Computer-Assisted Proofs
11.2. Global Optimization and Constraint Satisfaction 159
11.2 Global Optimization and Constraint Satisfaction
11.2.1 A Prototypical Algorithm
11.2.2 Parameter Estimation
11.2.3 Robotics Applications
11.2.4 Chemical Engineering Applications
11.2.5 Water Distribution Network Design
11.2.6 Pitfalls and Clarifications
11.2.7 Additional Centers of Study
11.2.8 Summary of Links for Further Study
11.3 Structural Engineering Applications
11.4 Computer Graphics
11.5 Computation of Physical Constants
11.6 Other Applications
11.7 For Further Study
Hints for Selected Exercises
INTLAB Commands and Functions
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