5 edition of **The Mathematica programmer II** found in the catalog.

The Mathematica programmer II

Roman E. Maeder

- 187 Want to read
- 6 Currently reading

Published
**1996** by Academic Press in San Diego, London .

Written in English

- Mathematica (Computer program language),
- Mathematics -- Computer programs.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | The Mathematica programmer 2., The Mathematica programmer two. |

Statement | by Roman E.Maeder. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xvii, 296p., (16) p. of plates : |

Number of Pages | 296 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22468736M |

ISBN 10 | 0124649920 |

1 有用 xiaohanyu 看了大半个月，总算看完啦。多年前第一次接触 mathematica 的时候，自己刚开始学编程，如今有了一定的编程基础，再来咀嚼 mathematica ，总算对其语言设计方面（函数式，模式匹配等）有了一定的心得体会。. INTRODUCTION How to Use This Book Create Examples while Reading This book is meant to be an active companion during the process of learning how to use Mathematica ®.The main body of the text will certainly provide insights into how Mathematica works, but the examples should be retyped as a starting point for individual exploration. Each chapter contains discussion, tips and a description of.

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Publisher: Academic Press Year: ISBN: (Paperback) pp Book Includes: CD-ROM. Description. Compatible with Mathematica Includes coverage of various paradigms of programming, including logic programming, higher-order functions, combinatory algebras, and Turing machines.

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Compatible with Mathematica Includes coverage of various paradigms of programming, including logic programming, higher-order functions, combinatory algebras, and Turing machines.

Comes with CD-ROM containing new notebooks, updated programs from the first volume, and HTML documents with external links to all relevant information.

The first book listed above i found to be an excellent general introduction to mathematica that covers a lot of the basics and gets you going in how to use it to solve problems in calculus, linear algebra etc, the final chapter is also a very good introduction to programming mathematica.

This is the first The Mathematica programmer II book two columns on logic programming. It gives an introduction to the subject and develops a query evaluator in Mathematica.

This query evaluator is an interpreter for a subset of the programming language Prolog. A prerequisite for it is unification, which is a generalization of the pattern matching that underlies Mathematica's own evaluator.

By analogy, in Mathematics, we believe a scientist, engineer or mathematician must be able to read and understand mathematical codes (e.g., Maple, Mathematica) in their head without having to execute the problem.” ― Inna K. Shingareva, Maple and Mathematica: A Problem Solving Approach for Mathematics.

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The Mathematica programs to compute and render the polyhedra are included on the CD-ROM that comes with The Mathematica Programmer II. The book contains also high-resolution color images of all uniform polyhedra.

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In my opinion, it would be counterproductive to take things too seriously and to do something or work with a program as if it were an obligation or a difficult task. I always try to enjoy mysel. The Mathematica Programmer II by Roman Maeder (Academic Press) uses Verbatim during the development of an interpreter for a Prolog-like language.

Problem You have a large list of frequently used rules and want to speed up processing. RAMIS ("Random Access Management Information System") is a fourth-generation programming language (4GL) capable of creating and maintaining databases consisting of named files containing both numeric and alphabetic fields and subsequently producing detailed simple or complex reports using a very simple English like language.

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The company that was Mathematica. There is no mention of the company that was named Mathematica, known for RAMIS (software). Pim5 January (UTC) There now is an article for "Mathematica (company)" so it's time to clarify: MOVE "Wolfram Mathematica" ->. Well said, Oliver. I have all (4) of Roman's books (PIM, Computer Science with Mathematica, and both Mathematica Programmer I and II), and consider these perhaps the most valuable books on my Mathematica bookshelf.

– Leonid Shifrin Dec 26 '11 at The book focuses on an important aspect – procedural and functional programming supported by Mathematica. Software presented in the book contains a number of useful and effective receptions of procedural and functional programming in Mathematica that extend the system software and allow sometimes much more efficiently and easily to program the program objects for various.

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The Mathematica GuideBook series provides a comprehensive, step-by-step development of the Mathematica programming, graphics, numerics, and symbolics capabilities to solve contemporary, real-world problem.

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Consider the expression (x+1)2. One can use Mathematica to expand this expression: Expand[(x+1)^2] 1+2x+x2 Mathematica can also do the inverse of this task, namely to factorize an expression.

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If you ever intent to write a Mathematica package, you need this book. Every Mathematica programer needs to read this book. Maeder is one of the core designer for the Mathematica engine.

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In[1]:= [email protected]_D = SumAH1+xLj, 8j,1,n. The Mathematica Programmer. LogicalExpand), (ii) source code and compiled versions of all C programs used in the book. It will also contain Mathematica notebooks of the text included in. This book has been cited by the following publications. Essentials of Programming in Mathematica® provides an introduction suitable for readers with little or no background in the language as well as for those with some experience using programs such as C, Java, or Perl.

Discrete & Computational Geometry, 4 (1), Author: Paul Wellin. For general ways to construct data structures idiomatically in Mathematica, I recommend books of Roman Maeder: "Programming in Mathematica", "Mathematica programmer I&II", and especially "Computer Science in Mathematica".

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