| Stephan Kaufmann - Computers - 1999 - 200 pages
This compact introduction to Mathematicaaccessible to beginners at all levelspresents the basic elements of the latest version 3 (front §End.txt.Int.:, kernel, standard ... | |
| Stephan Kaufmann - Computers - 1994 - 429 pages
The software program Mathematica combines symbolic and numerical calculations, plots, graphics programming, list calculations and structured documentation into a unified ... | |
| Mathematics - 1996 - 434 pages
Mathematica is a feature-rich, high-level programming language which has historically been used by engineers. This book unpacks Mathematica for programmers, building insights ... | |
| S. Wolfram - Mathematics - 1991 - 961 pages
Mathematica supports numerical, symbolic and graphical computation. It can be used both as an interactive problem-solving environment, and as a modern high-level programming ... | |
| Nancy Blachman - Computers - 1992 - 365 pages
Mathematica is a software program that provides the means for solving mathematical problems commonly faced by scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. This guide is designed ... | |
| Thomas Bazyli Bahder - Mathematics - 1995 - 846 pages
This practical guide to Mathematica focuses on the specific needs of scientists and engineers. Problems in these fields often are non-trivial, and can push Mathematica (and any ... | |
| John W. Gray - Mathematics - 2014 - 666 pages
Mastering Mathematica®: Programming Methods and Applications presents the mathematical results and turn them into precise algorithmic procedures that can be executed by a ... | |
| John Walker Gray - Computers - 1998 - 629 pages
This new edition of Mastering Mathematica focuses on using Mathematica as a programming language, because programming in Mathematica is the best way to use the software to its ... | |
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