A Gourmet’s Guide to the Mathematical Models of Science
Enns, Richard, McGuire, George C.
2001, XIV, 778 p.
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From the reviews:
"In the book, the authors are showing the reader what they can do with Maple 6, and they can do a lot. Simply flipping the pages of the book, the reader might get very inspired by the formulas and pictures. … Most of the text I covered up to now contains useful and exciting examples … . the book is definitely very useful for educators … ." (L. Kocbach, Computer Physics Communications, Vol. 144, 2002)
"This book captures the essence of the CAS approach and it is the best book of its kind that I am aware of. The level of mathematics, the eclectic, abundant and carefully selected problem set, the friendly and expansive text and the clear demonstration of the power of the CAS approach all add up to a first rate book. … I highly recommend that you get your library to order a copy." (B.I. Henry, The Physicist, Vol. 39 (2), 2002)
"This book is a readable introduction to Maple, a computer algebra system. The authors present real life situations, describe them in the language of mathematics, and then use Maple to find or deduce conclusions, predictions and classifications of each of these situations." (Václav Koubek, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 976, 2002)
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