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Fb2 Differential Equations with Mathematica ePub

by James P. Braselton,Martha L. Abell

Category: Mathematics
Subcategory: Science books
Author: James P. Braselton,Martha L. Abell
ISBN: 0120415399
ISBN13: 978-0120415397
Language: English
Publisher: Academic Press (October 18, 1993)
Pages: 640
Fb2 eBook: 1780 kb
ePub eBook: 1846 kb
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Martha L. Abell, James P. Braselton. If you're taking a course in ODEs and your primary text doesn't have some kind of Mathematica supplement, then this book might help you learn to solve differential equations with Mathematica.

Martha L. However, this book most emphatically is NOT a good place to learn diffy Q's if you're a novice or you don't have some other source of instruction

Differential Equations with Mathematica - Martha L. L. Abell.

Differential Equations with Mathematica - Martha L. Differential Equations with Mathematica. Differential Equations with Mathematica is an appropriate reference for all users of Mathematica who encounter differential equations in their profession, in particular, for beginning users like students, instructors, engineers, business people, and other professionals using Mathematica to solve and visualize solutions to differential equations. Differential Equations with Mathematica is a valuable supplement for students and instructors at engineering schools that use Mathematica.

Download books for free. Differential Equations with Mathematica introduces basic commands and includes typical examples of applications of them. A study of differential equations relies on concepts from calculus and linear algebra so the text also includes discussions of relevant commands useful in those areas. Back then, we were on top of the world using Macintosh IIcx’s with 8 megs of RAM and 40 meg hard drives.

Ships from and sold by Blackwell's . Tracked Service to the USA. Martha L. Abell and James P. Braselton are graduates of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Ohio State University, respectively, and teach at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro where they have extensive experience in instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, they have given numerous presentations on Mathematica, throughout the United States and abroad.

Abell and Braselton strike a nice balance between the analytical solution of differential equations by hand, and numerical solution by computer

Abell and Braselton strike a nice balance between the analytical solution of differential equations by hand, and numerical solution by computer. Mathematica is used to simplify some of the details, but they teach how to do everything by hand, including programming runge-kutta solution methods, fourier series, and other topics that lazier authors might have skipped over. Every chapter starts with basic definitions and builds to useful solution techniques. The book is packed with fully worked examples. Braselton are graduates of the Georgia Institute of. . Affiliations and Expertise. Georgia Southern University,.

Differential Equations with Mathematica and/or Differential Equations with Maple would be recommended. Mathematica By Example. 67 MB·335 Downloads·New! Differential Equations with Mathematica completely covers constructing, numerical computing. Kane & Abel (1979). The Mathematica handbook:. 18 MB·179 Downloads·New!. Virtually every listing includes an explanation of functionality, annotated examples and numerous cross. Mathematica's diversity makes it particularly well suited to performing calculations encountered when solving many ordinary and partial differential equations.

The new handbook is also completely compatible with recent versions of Mathematica and is a perfect introduction for Mathematica beginners. The book/CD-ROM package contains built-in commands that lets the user solve problems directly using graphical solutions.

Differential Equations with Mathematica completely covers constructing, numerical computing, and approximating solutions to ordinary and partial differential equations. The book serves as a hands-on introduction to the subject matter through numerous examples that explain how to solve important applications using Mathematica.
Comments to eBook Differential Equations with Mathematica
Kitaxe
If you're taking a course in ODEs and your primary text doesn't have some kind of Mathematica supplement, then this book might help you learn to solve differential equations with Mathematica.

However, this book most emphatically is *NOT* a good place to learn diffy Q's if you're a novice or you don't have some other source of instruction. The author tends to dance around from topic to topic a bit much; she frequently presents the "condensed" version of definitions or proofs; and she has a tendency to drop very advanced notions (e.g. nonlinear equations) into the middle of simple discussions without warning. Much of the time, she seems to be assuming that her audience already knows the subject matter, so she can just give a quick sketch of some topic.

This book really doesn't provide enough value to justify its high price.
Gir
I am using this book to brush up on the subject. In Chap 2, for instance, I have found a couple of places were the examples using Mathematica and those worked out on paper do not follow each other. Errors generated are shown for some Mathematica examples but not others.

Heavily dependent on using Mathematica to do the legwork, coverage of the basics is sparse.

Not a book for people just starting out learning Differential Equations. I would have rated this book lower if I was depending on it as a textbook or tutorial.
Umor
Abell and Braselton strike a nice balance between the analytical solution of differential equations by hand, and numerical solution by computer. Mathematica is used to simplify some of the details, but they teach how to do everything by hand, including programming runge-kutta solution methods, fourier series, and other topics that lazier authors might have skipped over.
Every chapter starts with basic definitions and builds to useful solution techniques. The book is packed with fully worked examples. My edition is a few years old and talks about the "newly released" Mathematica 3.0, but everything applies just as well to version 4.2.
tref
If you're interested in differential equations and numerical calculations using Mathematica this book offers a good guide through the main different topics of these kind of problems. The level is undergraduate, in the stem fields. I write this review in 2012, and even if the book was published in 1993 i think it is still good for the matter.
Zyangup
It's a book. Printed paper bound together in a convenient package. No outdated firmware, great battery life, works in hot and cold environments. Portable and feels good in your hands. No DRM or NSA back-doors. No reoccurring monthly charges. Doubles as both a blunt weapon and a heat source during a zombie apocalypse. No EULA. A cherished heirloom I intend to pass along for generations.
Uaha
This book explains differential equations in a mathematical context rather than simply a "plug and chug" approach. What is particularly good is the section on partial differential equations and their applications. I have used the second edition extensively in my work, and the third edition is even better. The authors are to be congratulated for their clarity in writing.
Yar
What a great book! I read it at once. I'm a biologist, not a mathematician, but I can ensure that everyone that have access to the Mathematica (TM) program can learn very much about a such not easy subject, also if he/she is a novice about the differential equations. I think this book is a "must have" and I hope to see soon the third Edition. This edition cover Mathematica (TM) 3, but I used it with Mathematica (TM) 4 and I can say it was very good as well. Very nice the CD-ROM enclosed. A great book, thanks to the authors.
I was expecting more. The notebooks on CD-ROM were not particularly helpful. All I could do with them was to run the authors's examples. Could not modify them to do my own.
Unless you are a complete novice in the field of differential equations, don't buy this book!
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