Computers

A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python

Author: Hans Petter Langtangen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 798

View: 817

The book serves as a first introduction to computer programming of scientific applications, using the high-level Python language. The exposition is example- and problem-oriented, where the applications are taken from mathematics, numerical calculus, statistics, physics, biology, and finance. The book teaches "Matlab-style" and procedural programming as well as object-oriented programming. High school mathematics is a required background, and it is advantageous to study classical and numerical one-variable calculus in parallel with reading this book. Besides learning how to program computers, the reader will also learn how to solve mathematical problems, arising in various branches of science and engineering, with the aid of numerical methods and programming. By blending programming, mathematics and scientific applications, the book lays a solid foundation for practicing computational science.
BASIC (Computer program language)

Basic Computer Programming

Author: V.K. Jain

Publisher: Pustak Mahal

ISBN:

Category: BASIC (Computer program language)

Page: 260

View: 512

Thinking about Computer Programming as a career option? Completely revised and updated, this basic computer programming book can launch you onto a bright career. Meant for both freshers as well as advanced users,it is an authentic volume for learners to use a computer without any outside help. the guide is designed for self-help learning. Some salient features: *Historical evolution of the computer. *Computer characteristics, anatomy & architecture. *Flow charts, Getting started with BASIC, Arithmetic / Input / Control / Conditional Statement. *Putting data out of computers. *Some programming applications, Arrays, Library, user defined functions; Subroutines, Sequential files. *System commands; Programming design & problem solving.
Computers

C Programming for Scientists and Engineers with Applications

Author: Rama Reddy

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 838

View: 124

C is a favored and widely used programming language, particularly within the fields of science and engineering. C Programming for Scientists and Engineers with Applications guides readers through the fundamental, as well as the advanced concepts, of the C programming language as it applies to solving engineering and scientific problems. Ideal for readers with no prior programming experience, this text provides numerous sample problems and their solutions in the areas of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, physics, chemistry, and more. It begins with a chapter focused on the basic terminology relating to hardware, software, problem definition and solution. From there readers are quickly brought into the key elements of C and will be writing their own code upon completion of Chapter 2. Concepts are then gradually built upon using a strong, structured approach with syntax and semantics presented in an easy-to-understand sentence format. Readers will find C Programming for Scientists and Engineers with Applications to be an engaging, user-friendly introduction to this popular language.
Operations research

Operations Research (linear Programming)

Author: P Rama Murthy

Publisher: bohem press

ISBN:

Category: Operations research

Page: 274

View: 946

The Subject Operations Research Is A Branch Of Mathematics. Many Authors Have Written Books On Operations Research. Most Of Them Have Mathematical Approach Rather Than Decision-Making Approach. Actually The Subject Deals With Applied Decision Theory, So I Have Dealt With The Subject With Decision-Theory Approach. The Book Has Fifteen Chapters.The First Five Chapters Deal With Linear Programming Problems, Such As Resource Allocation Problem, Transportation Problem And Assignment Problem Both Maximization And Minimization Versions. In The First Chapter, The Historical Background Of Operations Research (O.R.) And Definition And Objective Of The Subject Matter Along With Model Building Is Discussed To Help The Learners To Have Basic Knowledge Of O.R. Typical Problems Of Mathematical Orientation And Decision Making Orientation Have Been Solved. In Transportation Model And In Assignment Model, Problems Useful To Production And Operations Management Have Been Solved To Make The Students To Know The Application Part Of The Subject.The Sixth Chapter Deals With Sequencing Model, Where The Importance And Application Of The Models Is Dealt In Detail. The Problem Of Replacement Is Discussed In Chapter-7. Inventory Model With Certain Topics Like Abc, Ved, Fsn, P-System And Q-System Is Discussed To Make The Students Aware Of The Importance Of Inventory Model.Chapter-9 Deals With Waiting Line Model And Its Application With Certain Useful Problems And Their Solutions. Game Theory Or Competitive Theory Is Discussed In Chapter-10 With Certain Problems, Which Have Their Application In Real World Situation.Dynamic Programming Is Dealt In Chapter-11. The Problems Worked Out Have Practical Significance. Chapter-12 Deals With Decision Theory Where The Usefulness Of Decision Tree Is Discussed. Non-Linear Programming Is Briefly Discussed In Chapter-14 With Certain Useful Problems. In Chapter -15, The Two Network Techniques I.E. Pert And Cpm Have Been Discussed With Typical Worked Out Examples.At The End Of The Book, Objective Type Questions, Which Are Helpful For Competitive Examinations Are Given To Help The Students To Prepare For Such Examinations.
Technology & Engineering

Planning with Linear Programming

Author: E Alaphia Wright

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 180

View: 898

This work deals with the background to linear programming (LP) using a largely non-mathematical treatment. It covers several planning cases and the LP-tools suite of programs. Copies of the programs on a distribution disk are included with the book.
Computers

Advanced Programming in Clipper with C

Author: Stephen J. Straley

Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 849

View: 548

Describes the features of the Clipper programming language, shows how to write programs in C to use in conjunction with Clipper, and discusses macros and file functions
Computers

A Guide to Programming Languages

Author: Ruknet Cezzar

Publisher: Artech House Computer Science

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 496

View: 195

This reference is intended for experienced practitioners, consultants and students working on building practical applications. It discusses the most widely-used programming languages and their fuctional pros and cons for application and development. The author provides: a brief overview of programming languages principles and concepts; numerous diagrams, charts and sample programs; coverage of object-oriented programming and visual programming; and tables rating languages on such subjects as simplicity, data structuring, portability and efficiency.
Computers

More Exceptional C++

Author: Herb Sutter

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 279

View: 318

More Exceptional C++ continues where Herb Sutter's best-selling Exceptional C++ left off, delivering 40 puzzles that illuminate the most challenging -- and most powerful -- aspects of C++. More Exceptional C++ offers many new puzzles focused on generic programming and the C++ Standard Template Library, including important techniques such as traits and predicates, as well as key considerations in using standard containers and algorithms -- many of them never covered elsewhere. More Exceptional C++ contains a detailed new section (and two appendices) on optimization in single- and multithreaded environments. It also provides important new insights on crucial topics first introduced in Exceptional C++, including exception safety, generic programming, and memory management. For all C++ programmers.
Computers

Structured COBOL Programming

Author: Nancy B. Stern

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 773

View: 796

Traditionally one of the most popular mainframe languages, COBOL is being used for a wider array of applications thanks to new technologies. While maintaining most of the content which has made it a standard reference in COBOL programming, the eighth edition of this book is revised to meet the changing needs of programmers working with this language. In addition to complete COBOL coverage, this new edition includes coverage of interactive programming, PC COBOL, and new applications such as object-oriented programming.
Computers

BASIC

Author: Robert J. Bent

Publisher: Brooks/Cole

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 384

View: 775

Mathematics

Applied Mathematical Programming

Author: Stephen P. Bradley

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 716

View: 133

Mathematical programming: an overview; solving linear programs; sensitivity analysis; duality in linear programming; mathematical programming in practice; integration of strategic and tactical planning in the aluminum industry; planning the mission and composition of the U.S. merchant Marine fleet; network models; integer programming; design of a naval tender job shop; dynamic programming; large-scale systems; nonlinear programming; a system for bank portfolio planning; vectors and matrices; linear programming in matrix form; a labeling algorithm for the maximun-flow network problem.