MATHEMATICA. Graphical Programming

MATHEMATICA. Graphical Programming

MATHEMATICA. Graphical Programming

One of the features that places Mathematica in a class by itself among similar computer-aided mathematics tools is its advanced graphics capabilities. further, most of the themes of the classical numerical calculus, are treated in Mathematica. It supports matrix calculus, statistics, interpolation, fit by least squares, numerical integration, minimization of functions, linear programming, numerical algebraic and differential equations resolution and a long list of processes of numerical anh graphical analysis that we'll see as the successive issues of this book. Additionaly, Mathematica produces two and three-dimensional graphics, as well as outlines and graphics of density. Allows to control colors, shading and other graphics features and also supports animated graphics. Mathematica provides a variety of plotting functions with a versatile set of options for customizing their display.

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