An Introduction to PHP for Scientists and Engineers
Brooks, David R.
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"This book on PHP for scientists and engineers is a slim volume--only 141 pages, including the index at the end. PHP texts usually focus on e-commerce applications, such as shopping carts, document generation, and Web services. … quite suitable for handling problems in scientific or engineering data management and doing smaller scale calculations on this data. … A set of programming exercises is provided at the end of the book." (Anthony J. Duben, ACM Computing Reviews, April, 2009)