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Technical Java: Applications for Science and Engineering by Grant Palmer

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Technical Java: Applications for Science and Engineering by  Grant Palmer

Technical Java: Applications for Science and Engineering by Grant Palmer
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 1st edition (April 14, 2003) | ISBN: 0131018159 | CHM | 1,3 Mb | 496 pages

— Java, FORTRAN, C, and C ++, similarities, differences, and migration issues — Java 1.4 syntax, objects, classes, methods, interfaces, variables, arrays, exceptions, packages, I/O, and more — Working with java.math and creating your own math functions
— including detailed trigonometric and transcendental examples — Data modeling, in depth: class hierarchies, generic class libraries, least-squares fit, fitting to non-polynomial equations, and more — Solving differential equations and systems of equations, including Gauss-Jordan and Gaussian elimination, lower-upper decomposition, and matrix inversion — Solving integral equations with both proper and improper integrals — Working with Fourier transforms (DFT and FFT) — Building Web and GUI-based technical applications with Swing/AWT and servlets


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