Fortran 90/95 for Scientists and Engineers

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WCB/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Engineering - 874 pages
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This text is intended for engineering undergraduates and practising engineers, and the level of mathematics should not be beyond the scope of most first year undergraduates. Emphasis is placed on modern Fortran 90/95, and also on portability and standard Fortran 90/95 so that programs can be moved from one type of computer to another. The text aims to teach students to consider the proper design of a program before they begin to code, and it covers pointers and dynamic data structures.

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Introduction to Computers and the Fortran Language
Basic Elements of Fortran
Control Structures and Program Design

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Stephen J. Chapman was affiliated with the University of Houston, where he ran the power systems program in the College of Technology, and served as a member of the technical staff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory.

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