Introduction to Python for Computational Science and Engineering - A Beginner's Guide (Hans Fangohr)

 
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Introduction to Python for Computational Science and Engineering - A Beginner's Guide (Hans Fangohr)

This book provides an overview of several key concepts related to Python-based Computational Engineering and Scientific Computing. The focus is on outlining some fundamental Python (programming) ideas that are important for mathematical algorithms.

The discussion of numerical libraries like Numpy and SciPy is covered in later chapters, each of which merits much more space than is given here. We want the reader to be able to use the accessible documentation to independently discover how to use other features of these libraries (online and through the packages themselves).

There is no copyright on this open book. You can get a free PDF ebook download of Introduction to Python for Computational Science and Engineering (2.9 MB).

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About the Authors
At the University of Southampton's School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Hans Fangohr teaches computational modeling.
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PDF (167 pages)
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English

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