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Title Computational Technologies : a First Course / edited by Petr N. Vabishchevich.
Imprint Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, 2015.

Series De Gruyter Textbook
De Gruyter textbook.
Subject Mathematics -- Data processing -- Textbooks.
Computer algorithms -- Textbooks.
Alt Name Afanasyeva, Nadezhda M.
Borisov, Victor S.
Churbanov, Aleksandr G.
Grigoriev, Aleksander V.
Kolesov, Alexandr E.
Popov, Petr A.
Sirditov, Ivan K.
Vasilieva, Maria V.
Zakharov, Petr E.
Vabishchevich, Petr N.
Description 1 online resource (248 pages).
Contents Preface; Introduction; 1 An introduction to C; 1.1 Syntax; 1.2 Constants and variables; 1.3 Expressions and operators; 1.4 Statements; 1.5 Arrays; 1.6 Pointers; 1.7 Functions; 1.8 Structures; 1.9 Input/output; 1.10 Program structure; 2 C++ programming basics; 2.1 Enhanced features; 2.2 Classes; 2.3 Function and operator overloading; 2.4 Inheritance; 2.5 Input/output; 2.6 Standard libraries; 3 GCC distilled; 3.1 General information; 3.2 Available documentation; 3.3 Compilation workflow; 3.4 Compiling a C/C++ program; 3.5 Libraries and linking programs; 3.6 Debugging.
3.7 The make utility4 The Eclipse IDE in a nutshell; 4.1 The Eclipse architecture and GUI; 4.2 Working with projects; 4.3 Editing a source code; 4.4 Debugging applications; 5 The GSL scientific library; 5.1 Preliminaries; 5.2 Functions and constants; 5.3 Combinatorics; 5.4 Linear algebra; 5.5 Numerical differentiation and integration; 5.6 Cauchy problem for systems of ODEs; 5.7 Solution of equations; 5.8 Interpolation and approximation of functions; 5.9 Fast Fourier transforms and Chebyshev approximations; 6 Visualization of computed data; 6.1 Basics; 6.2 Data handling; 6.3 Data interpolation.
6.4 Using styles6.5 Graph decoration; 7 Mathematical modeling; 7.1 Approximation of experimental data; 7.2 Predator-prey system; 7.3 Water infiltration; 7.4 Torsion of cylindrical bars; Bibliography; Index.
Summary <!Doctype html public ""-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en""> <html><head> <meta http-equiv=content-type content=""text/html; charset=iso-8859-1""> <meta content=""mshtml 6.00.6000.21335"" name=generator></head> <body> In this book we describe the basic elements of present computational technologies that use the algorithmic languages C/C++. The emphasis is on GNU compilers and libraries, FOSS for the solution of computational mathematics problems and visualization of the obtained data.Many examples illustrate the basic features of computational technologies. </body></html>
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9783110359954 (electronic bk.)
3110359952 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 898770013
Additional Format Print version: Afanasyeva, Nadezhda M. Computational Technologies : A First Course. Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, ©2015 9783110359923

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