- Gives description of high-grade software and where it can be down-loaded.
- Very up-to-date in mid-2006; long chapter on matrix methods.
- Includes Parallel methods, errors where appropriate.
- Invaluable for research or graduate course.
1. Evaluation, Convergence, Bounds
2. Sturm Sequences and Greatest Common Divisors
3. Real Roots by Continued Fractions
4. Simultaneous Methods
5. Newton's and Related Methods
6. Matrix Models
"[A] very interesting book to read. It is clearly written and contains numerous examples that make the results presented in the book clearer. The book also contains many pointers to efficient programs, software and libraries to compute roots of polynomials."--Mathematical Reviews