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Title

Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers: Using Mathematica to Do Science
Author

Richard Gass
Organization: University of Cincinnati
Department: Department of Physics
Book information

Publisher: Prentice Hall
Copyright year: 1998
ISBN: 0132276127
Medium: Hardcover
Includes: CD-ROM
Pages: 498
Out of print?: Y
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Contents

An Introduction to Mathematica | Numerical Methods | Symbolic Manipulations | Graphics | Lists and Efficient Programming | Appendix: The 3.0 Front End
Description

Shows scientists and engineers how to use Mathematica Version 3 to solve scientifically interesting problems. Can be used either as a text or as a reference book. Assumes no prior knowledge of Mathematica but will be of use to advanced users in its application of Mathematica to difficult real-life problems. Comes with a CD-ROM that contains the full text in notebook format with hyperlinks and animations.
Subjects

*Mathematica Technology
*Science