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Programming in Mathematica

by Roman Maeder

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Published by Addison-Wesley in Redwood City, Calif .
Written in English

  • Science -- Data processing,
  • Mathematica (Computer program language)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementRoman E. Maeder.
    LC ClassificationsQ183.9 .M34 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 279 p. :
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1866180M
    ISBN 100201548771
    LC Control Number90024267

    Functional programming is a highly developed and deeply integrated core feature of the Wolfram Language, made dramatically richer and more convenient through the symbolic nature of the language. Treating expressions like f[x] as both symbolic data and the application of a function f provides a uniquely powerful way to integrate structure and function\[LongDash]and an efficient, elegant. Essentials of Programming in Mathematica (R) provides an introduction suitable for readers with little or no background in the language as well as for those with some experience using ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. pages. Price Range: $ - $

    Mathematical Programming: An Overview 1 Management science is characterized by a scientific approach to managerial decision making. It attempts to apply mathematical methods and the capabilities of modern computers to the difficult and unstructured problems confronting modern managers. It is a young and novel discipline. Although its roots can beFile Size: KB. LinearProgramming[c, m, b] finds a vector x that minimizes the quantity c.x subject to the constraints m.x >= b and x >= 0. LinearProgramming[c, m, {{b1, s1}, {b2, s2}, }] finds a vector x that minimizes c.x subject to x >= 0 and linear constraints specified by the matrix m and the pairs {bi, si}. For each row mi of m, the corresponding constraint is mi.x >= bi if si == 1, or mi.x == bi.

      The Mathematica GuideBook for Programming provided this reviewer with insights into solving and visualizing problems by using Mathematica rather than the other way around. Its wealth of exercises, annotated solutions and integrated bibliographic references should make this set a valuable part of the library of any Mathematica user.   The part two of this book give a in depth introduction to the internal representation and evaluation of the Mathematica expression, which is normally not touched by other Mathematica book. And is actually extremely useful if you want to learn Mathematica well/5.

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