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Introduction to engineering programming : in C, Matlab and Java / Mark Austin, David Chancogne

Austin, Mark.
Contributor(s): Chancogne, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, 1998Description: XV, 656 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0-471-00116-3.Subject(s): Programación | MATLAB | C (Lenguaje de programación) | Java (Lenguaje de programación)
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Although Fortran is still the most commonly-taught programming language for engineers, increasing numbers of students are taking C, Matlab and Java. Therefore students need a book that deals with C from an engineering, rather than just a computer science, perspective. Engineering Computing fulfils that need at undergraduate level. It includes substantial amounts of computer code, which are also available electronically.

Índice: How do you select the right programming language for the right job? Austin and Chancogne provide students with a collection of four tutorials that cover concepts in modern engineering computations, and engineering programming in Ansi C, Matlab Version 5, and Java 1.1. The text gives practical guidance on selecting the best programming language for a project through a large number of working examples. With the help of these examples, students will learn how to design, write, and execute engineering programs using these programming languages. By incorporating Ansi C, Matlab, and Java into one text, students... Etc.

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