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Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers
Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers
by Thomas B. Bahder
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Year: 1995
  • ISBN: 0201540908 (Paperback)
  • 846 pp
A comprehensive guide to Mathematica focusing on the specific needs of scientists and engineers. Provides numerous real-world examples in differential equations, boundary value problems, vector field theory, and tensors. Gives a thorough treatment of evaluation issues that affect long running times and memory management. An electronic supplement containing the code segments (Mathematica packages) from the book is available. Contents
The Basic Building Blocks | Working with Lists | Graphics | Scoping Constructs | Functions | Symbolic Calculation | Numerical Calculations | Vectors, Matrices, and Tensors | Differential Equations | Boundary Value Problems | Input and Output | Running Mathematica | Mathematica Packages | Introduction to MathLink Communication | Appendix A1: Mathematica Kernel and Front End | Appendix A2: Mathematica Input Related Topics
Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Programming, Tutorial and Reference
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