C++ Programming for Scientists (Roldan Pozo, et al)

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C++ Programming for Scientists (Roldan Pozo, et al)

With a plethora of fresh applications and examples drawn from actual problems including electrical and structural engineering, fluid mechanics, mathematics, power production, and heat transfer challenges, this book is specifically created for today's scientists, engineers, and mathematicians.

The book begins with a strong procedural programming foundation before transitioning to an updated, understandable treatment of object-oriented principles. The applicability of the principles that students are learning to their careers is demonstrated through dynamic case studies, career spotlights, and engineering-driven applications. Updates guarantee that students are learning the most recent C++ coding standards while helpful hints show how to avoid frequent C++ programming mistakes.

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