



  Modelling Metabolism with Mathematica
With the advent of sophisticated general programming environments like Mathematica, the task of developing new models of metabolism and visualizing their responses has become accessible to students of biochemistry and the life sciences in general. Modelling Metabolism with Mathematica presents the approaches, methods, tools, and algorithms...   Exploring Abstract Algebra With Mathematica®
This upperdivision laboratory supplement for courses in abstract algebra consists of several Mathematica packages programmed as a foundation for group and ring theory. Additionally, the "user's guide" illustrates the functionality of the underlying code, while the lab portion of the book reflects the contents of the... 


Algorithmic Algebra (Monographs in Computer Science)
Algorithmic Algebra studies some of the main algorithmic tools of computer algebra, covering such topics as Gröbner bases, characteristic sets, resultants and semialgebraic sets. The main purpose of the book is to acquaint advanced undergraduate and graduate students in computer science, engineering and mathematics with the...   Mathematica® in Action: Problem Solving Through Visualization and Computation
In this third edition of Mathematica in Action, awardwinning author Stan Wagon guides beginner and veteran users alike through Mathematica's powerful tools for mathematical exploration. The transition to Mathematica 7 is made smooth with plenty of examples and case studies that utilize Mathematica's newest tools, such as...   Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Advanced Engineering Mathematics provides comprehensive and contemporary coverage of key mathematical ideas, techniques, and their widespread applications, for students majoring in engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. Using a wide range of examples throughout the book, Jeffrey illustrates how to construct simple... 

  Mathematica by Example
Mathematica bv Example is intended to bridge the gap which has existed between the very
elementary handbooks available on Mathematica and those reference books written for the more
advanced Mathematica users. This book is an extension of a manuscript which was developed to
quickly introduce enough Mathematica commands to a group of...   Exploring Scanning Probe Microscopy with MATHEMATICAThis second edition of the book Exploring Scanning Probe Microscopy with Mathematica is a revised and extended version of the first edition. It consists of a collection of selfcontained, interactive, computational examples from the fields of scanning tunneling microscopy, scanning force microscopy, and related technologies, using Mathematica... 


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