'For readers who are already familiar with previous editions the most important aspect will be the new features of Mathematica (of which there are many). Those who are new to Mathematica will find the book indispensable … Mathematica is an extremely powerful package, and facilitates problem solving in both discrete and continuous systems. There is little doubt that electrical engineers who are prepared to invest some time learning to use it will find it of great use. This book makes learning the package a pleasure, and … may be judged excellent value.' Dr W. D. Crowe, IEE Review
'Everything about Mathematica and the way it has been developed is impressive … it is the most comprehensive maths package available today that covers both numeric and symbolic computation. Mathematica 3.0 is simply the new standard of excellence.' Mike James, Scientific Computing World
'This is a Rolls-Royce of a book - almost 1500 pages long - devoted to Mathematica, a programming language used by the scientific and high-technology community, especially in universities and colleges … Truly a compendium magna of the topic … Given the size and complexity of the book, and the fact that it's a hard back, the price is quite modest.' Freelance Informer
'What Mathematica has done is to usher in a new era of fully commercialized technical software.' Karyll Lake, Physics World
'I recommend this text to all Mathematica users.' Mike Denham, Computers and Chemistry
'I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the book to any regular Mathematica user.' Rich Townsend, The Observatory
Über das Produkt
With the release of the fourth version of Mathematica in 1999, Cambridge is proud to copublish the manual that explains its every feature. The Fourth Edition contains a complete description of how to take advantage of Mathematica's ability to solve everything from algebra and calculus problems to matrices and transformations.