This updated reference guide provides engineering and scientific professionals with step-by-step instructions for the most commonly used features of Mathematica as they apply to research in physics, without requiring prior knowledge of either Mathematica or computer programming.
As a primary or supplemental text for teaching physics and other courses with Mathematica 6 or later, this book provides complete coverage, new applications, examples, and over 450 end-of-section exercises that enable the reader to solve a wide range of physics problems. Contents
The First Encounter | Interactive Use of Mathematica | Programming in Mathematica | Mechanics | Electricity and Magnetism | Quantum Physics | Appendices Related Topics
Physics, Tutorial and Reference