
The Mathematica GuideBook for Numerics
by Michael Trott
 Publisher: SpringerVerlag
 Year: 2006
 ISBN: 0387950117 (Hardcover)
 1208 pp
 Book Includes: DVDROM
This book concentrates on Mathematica's numerical mathematics capabilities. The available types of arithmetic (machine, highprecision, and interval) are introduced, discussed, and put to use. Fundamental numerical operations, such as compiling programs, fast Fourier transforms, minimization, numerical solutions of equations, and ordinary/partial differential equations, are analyzed in detail and are applied to a large number of examples in the main text and in the solutions to the exercises. Unique features:  Detailed exposition of advantages and disadvantages of machine numbers, significance highprecision numerics, and intervals
 Presents numerous examples of the efficient and optimized use of Mathematica's functions for root finding, numerical minimization, numerical integration, and differential equation solving, and examples from mathematics and physics
 Clear organization, complete topic coverage, and accessible exposition for both novices and experts
 Website for book with additional materials and updates: http://www.mathematicaguidebooks.org
 Accompanying DVD containing all material in the form of hyperlinked Mathematica notebooks that can be edited and manipulated, with striking color graphics and animations
Numerical Computations  Computations with Exact Numbers
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Applied Mathematics, Graphics, Number Theory, Tutorial and Reference

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