Theoretical Methods in the Physical Sciences An introduction to problem solving using Maple V / by William E. Baylis.
The advent of relatively inexpensive but powerful computers is af fecting practically all aspects of our lives, but some of the greatest influence is being felt in the physical sciences. However, university curricula and teaching methods have responded somewhat cautiously, having only recently come...
Boston, MA :
Birkhäuser Boston : Imprint: Birkhäuser,
|Edition:||1st ed. 1994.|
|Series:||Springer eBook Collection.
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- 1 Introduction
- 2 Maple V for Physical Applications
- 3 Approximations of Real Functions
- 4 Vectors
- 5 Basic Data Analysis and Statistics
- 6 Curve-Fitting
- 7 Integration
- 8 Complex Numbers and Fractals
- 9 Vector Algebra of Physical Space
- A Greek Alphabet
- B Units
- C Constants and Functions in Maple.