Power Programming with Mathematica

Mathematica is a feature-rich, high-level programming language which has historically been used by engineers. This book unpacks Mathematica for programmers, building insights into programming style via real world syntax, real world examples, and extensive parallels to other languages.
Pages : 434 pages
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File type : pdf
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Created: 2020-08-30
License: The Author Says: Thank you to McGraw-Hill for granting me the license to scan and distribute this out-of-print text to the Mathematica community!
Author(s): David B. Wagner
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