Introduction to Computer Performance Analysis With Mathematica
Performance analysis is a key concern in both hardware and software design, and this book provides the tools necessary to successfully analyze a system. It is written as a beginner's guide to computer performance analysis and allows readers to practice new techniques as they are introduced. All of the programs are included on the enclosed disk.
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