Applied Maple for Engineers and Scientists

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Artech House, Jan 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 406 pages
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"In this comprehensive, easy-to-understand book, Chris Tocci and Steve Adams show how real-world engineering problems can be solved using MAPLE as the principal tool. The authors go well beyond providing a tutorial on MAPLE V, Release 4, as they show how to set up problems using MAPLE and demonstrate how engineers and scientists should think about problems when using this popular software. The book features practical examples and detailed explanations of the engineering processes and mathematical functions used in each case. Accompanying software includes exercises and a demonstration of MAPLE features and subroutines that can be used to solve the reader's own engineering problems."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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About the author (1996)

Christopher S. Tocci received his Ph.D. in engineering science from Clarkson University. Dr. Tocci is currently a principle applications engineer at Allen-Bradley Automation Company, Inc., Chelmsford, MA. Dr. Tocci has had several patents in electro-optical device technology and over 35 publications in both trade and professional journals.

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