Engineering Problem Solving with C++

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Prentice Hall, 2008 - Computers - 560 pages


This is a clear, concise introduction to problem solving and the C++ programming language. The authors' proven five-step problem solving methodology is presented and then incorporated in every chapter of the text. Uses outstanding engineering and scientific applications throughout; all applications are centered around the theme of engineering challenges in the 21st century. Includes major revisions to bring the material up to date, such as new coverage of file streams, includinga discussion of the stream class hierarchy and a discussion of stream state flags; numerous new tables and programming examples aid in error checking. A useful reference for engineers at national labs who want to make the transition from C to C++.

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Dr. Delores M. Etter, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition, leads R&D and acquisition throughout the U.S. Navy. She is the first United States Naval Academy faculty member to hold the Office of Naval Research Distinguished Chair in Science and Technology. Dr. Etter is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and a fellow of IEEE, AAAS, and ASEE.

Jeanine Ingber was educated at the University of Michigan where she completed a Master's Degree in Computer Aided Design Engineering. She held faculty positions at Iowa State University and the University of New Mexico, and has been honored in three separate editions of Who's Who Among American Teachers. Jeanine is currently the owner of and works as a computer consultant and technical trainer offering short courses in C, C++, Java, and Object Oriented Design using UML.

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