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Advanced Mathematical Methods with Maple 2 Part Paperback Set (Paperback)
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Advanced Mathematical Methods with Maple 2 Part Paperback Set (Paperback)

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Paperback 904 Pages / Published: 18/06/2009
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This is the ideal companion text for mathematicians and physical scientists using mathematical software packages such as Maple. It provides a user-friendly introduction to computer-assisted algebra and demonstrates the use of this technology for deriving approximate solutions to integrals and differential equations. Over 1000 exercises are incorporated with Internet solutions.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521135061
Number of pages: 904
Weight: 1920 g
Dimensions: 251 x 325 x 68 mm


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???The aspect of the book that I particularly liked followed from the background of the author, who is not a physicist but an applied mathematician. This background meant that a wider view of the material was presented than we might expect from a physicist. For example, most physicists, when asked about perturbation theory might first talk about how a small change in an operator would lead to a small change in eigenvalues and the associated eigenfunctions. It is hard to do full justice here to a substantial book, over 800 pages in length, with its content of interesting and, at times, novel material. ??? [The book] represents very good value. Final year undergraduates in theoretical or mathematical physics and theoretically and mathematically oriented postgraduates or researchers should give very serious consideration to purchasing this book.??? D. Waxman, Contemporary Physics
'The aspect of the book that I particularly liked followed from the background of the author, who is not a physicist but an applied mathematician. This background meant that a wider view of the material was presented than we might expect from a physicist. For example, most physicists, when asked about perturbation theory might first talk about how a small change in an operator would lead to a small change in eigenvalues and the associated eigenfunctions. It is hard to do full justice here to a substantial book, over 800 pages in length, with its content of interesting and, at times, novel material. ... [The book] represents very good value. Final year undergraduates in theoretical or mathematical physics and theoretically and mathematically oriented postgraduates or researchers should give very serious consideration to purchasing this book.' D. Waxman, Contemporary Physics

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