Mathematica® Programming: an Advanced Introduction (Leonid Shifrin)

 
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Mathematica® Programming: an Advanced Introduction (Leonid Shifrin)

With a practical focus on problem-solving, this book covers all the fundamental material required to build a thorough understanding of the Mathematica® language from the ground up.

The use of the Mathematica language to address issues in science, engineering, economics/finance, computational linguistics, geoscience, bioinformatics, and a variety of other subjects is illustrated with the use of specific examples woven throughout the text.

Students, researchers, and programmers who want to deepen their understanding of the Mathematica language will find this book useful. It is made to work for users of any skill level and assumes no formal programming background, making it perfect for self-study.

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