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by Daoqi Yang

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Author: Daoqi Yang
ISBN: 0387989900
ISBN13: 978-0387989907
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2001 edition (October 23, 2000)
Pages: 440
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This book is an easy, concise but fairly complete introduction to ISO/ANSI C++ with special emphasis on object-oriented numeric computation. A user-defined numeric linear algebra library accompanies the book and can be downloaded from the web.

Comments to eBook C++ and Object-Oriented Numeric Computing for Scientists and Engineers
Bradeya
The "introduction" to C++ is done in stages as each basic feature of the language becomes relevant for numerically intensive computation. But the explanations are very brief -- accurate but with limited explanation.
These ares of the book might be best for someone who knows C++ basics or is using a companion text for learning C++.
The application of C++ to useful computational issues and algorithms is excellent - starting with simple examples and building logically to more complex methods and issues.
The exercises are useful. Even simple problems are not that simple and very illustrative when the user gets the exercise "solved" with a working program.
The C++ programming style is acceptable and clear but sparse rather than elegant. I think that instructors who teach C++ would want some style changes in the code and more annotation.
However I don't think those improvements are necessary for the issues and methods being explained by the author.
The book seems to be what it says it is -- a very good introduction to numeric programming using C++.
The author says that using C++ may be clumsy at first, but pays off handsomely in the long term. You will eventually gain efficiency in coding and speed of execution that surpasses other programming languages.
There are some approaches to complex problems that you can use with an OOP language that would be much more tedious in older languages like FORTRAN, Algol, C or PL-1 (which I used years ago).
A prime example is that a method for computing a solution using integers can be "inherited" by a method for real numbers, extra precision computation, complex numbers, etc. Each "new" method requires only modest additoins/changes from the "parent" method instead of a whole new "subroutine" with all the equations done again from scratch.

So far (about the first 25% of the book), it looks like he is right..
Drelahuginn
If studying computational engineering, this book is a nice addition to one of the standard Deitel texts or similar. It maybe isn't quite as comprehensive on all C++ features as a 2000 page text, but it offers nice insights/ examples from a more engineering-oriented perspective. I read both and get a lot out of the combination of the two.

One issue is that the accompanying code could be more well put-together. Some of the code in the book is not provided online and overall it would be nice to be able to quickly run the code shown in the book without having to type it all up and write your own dependent header files and such. This book might also be out of date with the 2011 C++ standard, which may or may not be an issue to some people.
Mayno
If you are already a c++ expert and only looking for knowledge about numeric computing, this book is not for you because 80% of the book is about c++ rather than numeric computing. However, if you want to learn c++, you picked an excellent one for that matter. The author did a very good job to introduce c++ step by step. Every example is precise and right to the point. There is no garbage but full of useful information. That's why although the book is not big, the contents of the book covers almost all the important c++ features.
While I still believe c++ Primer and The c++ Programming Language are the best c++ book for reference, I would rate this one as the best c++ introduction book.
Katius
There is widespread agreement that Kernighan & Richie's introduction to C is one of the best books on any programming language ever written. Sadly, no book on C++ has achieved this distinction. The complexity of the language is mostly to blame. Personally, I am averse to any 1000-page "primer" that aims to explain C++ from scratch up to intermediate level, with plenty of diversions, illustrations of secondary language features and a menagerie of typographic symbols, all the same getting to discuss classes at page 500. Those are better thought of as bloated references. Instead, C++ a third language, and C a second if only because a) C is not for absolute beginners and b) C programming style is often found in C++ legacy code. But if this is the case, the reader can read and understand succinct explanations of the new features of C++, and be quickly reminded of its similarities with C, or warned of the differences.

If you agree with my own preferences, this book is for you. It goes to the point and follows a linear, focused thread. Knowledge of C is not strictly required, but I can't see how can you accept double pointers as your personal saviours if you haven't seen them before. It's rather complete, but not all-encompassing. Topics are discussed clearly and the organizing principles are emphasized first, with the inevitable exceptions coming later. Examples are many. They are sometime thought in C but written in C++, which is no mortal sin. Because of the plain, assured style, and the approach to its subjects, the book reminds me of K&R. Not a small compliment to pay.

The book also offers advice on programming style, mostly with an eye on numerical computing. It can be used a very high-level reference, to be complemented by a comprehensive one (my favorite is C++ in a nutshell). And each advanced subject of C++ deserves its own book, especially templates and metaprogramming. Avoid the "primers".

Summing up, this is not a book for complete beginners, but more a textbook for a course or self-instruction. It's by no means a first and last book on C++. Such book has not been written yet. Know your needs and what you get.
Lilegha
I was required to read this book for a class, and am quite glad I did read it. It proviedes a very good introduction to C++ for those who aren't familiar with it. Even more importantly, however, are the great examples of how to use C++ for Numerical Methods, which makes it a good book for more experienced programmers as well.
Landarn
Although it was used one but the quality was good.
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