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Mathematica by Example

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Mathematica by Example, 9780120415403 (0120415402), Academic Press, 1992
Mathematica bv Example is intended to bridge the gap which has existed between the very elementary handbooks available on Mathematica and those reference books written for the more advanced Mathematica users. This book is an extension of a manuscript which was developed to quickly introduce enough Mathematica commands to a group of students at Georgia Southern University that they could apply Mathematica towards the solution of nonlinear ordinary differential equations. In addition to these most basic commands, these students were exposed to the vast uses of lists in Mathematica. Having worked through this material, these students were successfully able to take advantage of the capabilities of Mathematica in solving problems of interest to our class.

Mathematica bv Example is an appropriate reference book for readers of all levels of Mathematica experience. It introduces the very basic commands and includes examples of applications of these commands. It also includes commands useful in more advanced areas such as ordinary and partial differential equations. In all cases, however, examples follow the introduction of new commands. Of particular note are the sections covering Mathematica Packages (Chapters 7, 8, and 9), because the commands covered in these chapters are absent from most Mathematica reference books. The material covered in this book applies to all versions of Mathematica as well with special notes concerning those commands available only in Version 2.0. Other differences in the various versions of Mathematica are also noted.

Of course, appreciation must be expressed to those who assisted in this project. We would like to thank our department head Arthur Sparks for his encouragement and moral support and for being the instigator of the Computer Calculus Project which initiated the idea of writing a book like Mathematica by Example. We would also like to thank Prof. William F. Ames for suggesting that we publish our work and for helping us contact the appropriate people at Academic Press. We would ??? to express appreciation to our editor, Charles B. Glaser, and our production manager, Simone Payment, for providing a pleasant environment in which to work. We would also like to thank our colleagues for taking the time to review our manuscript as it was being prepared for publication. We appreciated their helpful comments. Finally, we would like to thank those close to us for enduring with us the pressures of meeting a deadline and for graciously accepting our demanding work schedules. We certainly could not have completed this task without your care and understanding.
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