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by Stephen Wolfram


In 1998, The Mathematica Book was once again transformed: A complete version with all of the printed book's .

By 2007, the documentation for Mathematica had expanded beyond the bounds of print, with a total of more than 10,000 pages. As a result, the book became solely part of the online Wolfram Mathematica Documentation Center, which also serves as the repository for full-text legacy versions of the book.

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With over a million users around the world, the Mathematica (r) software system created by Stephen Wolfram has defined the direction of technical computing for nearly a decade. This book presents this revolutionary new version of Mathematica.

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With over a million users around the world, the Mathematica software system created by Stephen Wolfram has defined the direction of technical computing for the past decade. The enhanced text and hypertext processing and state-of-the-art numerical computation features will ensure that Mathematica 4 takes scientific computing into the next century. The Mathematica Book continues to be the definitive reference guide to this revolutionary software package and is released in this new edition to coincide with the release of the new version of Mathematica. The Mathematica Book is a must-have purchase for anyone who wants to understand the opportunities in science, technology, business, and education made possible by Mathematica 4. This encompasses a broad audience of scientists and mathematicians; engineers; computer professionals; financial analysts; medical researchers; and students at high-school, college, and graduate levels. Written by the creator of the system, The Mathematica Book includes both a tutorial introduction and complete reference information, and contains comprehensive description of how to take advantage of Mathematica's ability to solve myriad technical computing problems and its powerful graphical and typesetting capabilities. New to this version: *Major efficiency enhancements in handling large volumes of numerical data. *Internal packed array technology to make repetitive operations on large numerical data sets radically more efficient in speed and memory. *Improved algebraic computation facilities, including support for assumptions within Simplify, and related functions, and specification of domains for variables, as well as full support of symbolic Laplace, Fourier, and Z transforms. *Additional mathematical functions, including Dirac Delta, Stuve, Harmonic numbers, etc. *Enhanced graphics and sound capabilities, including faster graphic generation and additional format support for graphics and sound. *Full-function spell checking including special technical dictionaries.

Mathematica has defined the state of the art in technical computing for over a decade, and has become a standard in many of the world's leading companies and universities. From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and the preparation of interactive documents, Mathematica is the tool of choice.

The Mathematica Book epub download

ISBN13: 978-1579550042

ISBN: 1579550045

Author: Stephen Wolfram

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Wolfram Media Inc; 4th edition (June 1999)

Pages: 1470 pages

ePUB size: 1234 kb

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Rating: 4.3

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the monster
I have been a Mathematica user for many years, back when you could get it for just the MAC, and a big fan of Steven Wolfram.
If you are like me, you're just a bit curious to see what the 4,832th digit for Pi is, using N[Pi,4832]. Or what a Contour graph looks like, right! Well, this book will definately show you how to do it! This latest hardcover book, which includes reference for version 4.1 of Mathematica, is a add-on of the same(only smaller) book on version 3.0 of Mathematica. There are much more examples specific to version 4.x and also the book is a few hundred pages more than the v3 book. If you have the v3.0 book and dont use the v4.x software, there really is no need to get this book, unless you're really curious about what v4.x offers and like to lug around a 6 pound book! The graphics are very vivid, sharp and basically the same ones in v3.0. Due to some of the new graphing features in v4.x, there are samples of these as well. Overall, a great software reference to one of the best software packages ever made!
the monster
I have been a Mathematica user for many years, back when you could get it for just the MAC, and a big fan of Steven Wolfram.
If you are like me, you're just a bit curious to see what the 4,832th digit for Pi is, using N[Pi,4832]. Or what a Contour graph looks like, right! Well, this book will definately show you how to do it! This latest hardcover book, which includes reference for version 4.1 of Mathematica, is a add-on of the same(only smaller) book on version 3.0 of Mathematica. There are much more examples specific to version 4.x and also the book is a few hundred pages more than the v3 book. If you have the v3.0 book and dont use the v4.x software, there really is no need to get this book, unless you're really curious about what v4.x offers and like to lug around a 6 pound book! The graphics are very vivid, sharp and basically the same ones in v3.0. Due to some of the new graphing features in v4.x, there are samples of these as well. Overall, a great software reference to one of the best software packages ever made!
Moronydit
I love Mathematica and I have been using it since the days of SMP, before Wolfram created the the company Wollfram.
Moronydit
I love Mathematica and I have been using it since the days of SMP, before Wolfram created the the company Wollfram.
Dont_Wory
This is Great. But little bit old. I think the author (Stephen Wolfram) should write a NEW EDDITION! Paper quality and quality of the cover is marvelous!
Dont_Wory
This is Great. But little bit old. I think the author (Stephen Wolfram) should write a NEW EDDITION! Paper quality and quality of the cover is marvelous!
Doktilar
Stephen Wolfram continues to do a great job .ad this work shows it.
Doktilar
Stephen Wolfram continues to do a great job .ad this work shows it.
Uafrmaine
Somewhat out dated by newer books
Uafrmaine
Somewhat out dated by newer books
Umge
Wolfram is one of the pioneers in mathematical modelling. His work is fascinating and this book is highly enlightening, albeit challenging to anyone but a professional mathematician. Nevertheless, one must be skeptical about accepting the outputs of models -- analytical math models or computation models -- until they have been verified empirically, a step that far too many modellers neglect. Far too many journal papers are filled with models whose outputs are presented as conclusions, rather than as what they really are: highly sophisticated hypotheses. What originally set science aside from philosophy was empirical verification. It is no less important now. (Stephen F. Stringham, PhD, ecologist)
Umge
Wolfram is one of the pioneers in mathematical modelling. His work is fascinating and this book is highly enlightening, albeit challenging to anyone but a professional mathematician. Nevertheless, one must be skeptical about accepting the outputs of models -- analytical math models or computation models -- until they have been verified empirically, a step that far too many modellers neglect. Far too many journal papers are filled with models whose outputs are presented as conclusions, rather than as what they really are: highly sophisticated hypotheses. What originally set science aside from philosophy was empirical verification. It is no less important now. (Stephen F. Stringham, PhD, ecologist)
YSOP
Great book a good read for learning the program.
YSOP
Great book a good read for learning the program.
The classic treatment easier to use than the built in help software albeit dated.
The classic treatment easier to use than the built in help software albeit dated.