Application of complex analysis to numerical analysis

I found this to be interesting.

For those who do not know: numerical analysis is the mathematics of finding approximate solutions to problems that do not have “closed form” (e. g. formula) solutions. Example: find a suitable approximation for, say, \int_0^1 sin(x^2) dx .

This short article provides an introduction to an application:

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Math professor at a small university; I enjoy politics, reading, science, running, walking, (racewalking and ultrawalking) hiking, swimming, yoga, weight lifting, cycling and reading. I also follow football (college and pro) and track and field. My favorite football teams are Illinois, Notre Dame, Navy, Texas (college) and the Bears, Rams and Cowboys (pro). I am married and have one daughter from a previous marriage. Politically, I am a true blue bleeding heart liberal with a libertarian streak; I was once president of our local ACLU chapter.

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