An Elementary Introduction To The Wolfram Language

Author: Stephen Wolfram
Editor: Wolfram Media
ISBN: 9781944183059
Size: 11,72 MB
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The Wolfram Language represents a major advance in programming languages that makes leading-edge computation accessible to everyone. Unique in its approach of building in vast knowledge and automation, the Wolfram Language scales from a single line of easy-to-understand interactive code to million-line production systems. This book provides an elementary introduction to the Wolfram Language and modern computational thinking. It assumes no prior knowledge of programming, and is suitable for both technical and non-technical college and high-school students, as well as anyone with an interest in the latest technology and its practical application.

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Author: Wikipedia contributors
Editor: e-artnow sro
Size: 17,34 MB
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Mathematica Beyond Mathematics

Author: José Guillermo Sánchez León
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351652214
Size: 19,91 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Although many books have been written about Mathematica, very few of them cover the new functionality added to the most recent versions of the program. Mathematica Beyond Mathematics: The Wolfram Language in the Real World introduces the new features using real-world examples, based on the experience of the author as a consultant. In the process, you will also learn more about the Wolfram Language and how you can use it to solve a wide variety of problems. The author raises questions from a wide range of topics and answers them by taking full advantage of Mathematica's latest features. For example; What sources of energy does the world really use? How can we calculate tolerance limits in manufacturing processes? Are our cities getting warmer? Is the novel El Quijote written in Pi? How can we find planets outside our solar system?

Introduction To Mathematica With Applications

Author: Marian Mureşan
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319520032
Size: 19,76 MB
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Starting with an introduction to the numerous features of Mathematica®, this book continues with more complex material. It provides the reader with lots of examples and illustrations of how the benefits of Mathematica® can be used. Composed of eleven chapters, it includes the following: A chapter on several sorting algorithms Functions (planar and solid) with many interesting examples Ordinary differential equations Advantages of Mathematica® dealing with the Pi number The power of Mathematica® working with optimal control problems Introduction to Mathematica® with Applications will appeal to researchers, professors and students requiring a computational tool.

Pareto Nash Stackelberg Game And Control Theory

Author: Valeriu Ungureanu
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319751514
Size: 10,95 MB
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This book presents a comprehensive new, multi-objective and integrative view on traditional game and control theories. Consisting of 15 chapters, it is divided into three parts covering noncooperative games; mixtures of simultaneous and sequential multi-objective games; and multi-agent control of Pareto-Nash-Stackelberg-type games respectively. Can multicriteria optimization, game theory and optimal control be integrated into a unique theory? Are there mathematical models and solution concepts that could constitute the basis of a new paradigm? Is there a common approach and method to solve emerging problems? The book addresses these and other related questions and problems to create the foundation for the Pareto-Nash-Stackelberg Game and Control Theory. It considers a series of simultaneous/Nash and sequential/Stackelberg games, single-criterion and multicriteria/Pareto games, combining Nash and Stackelberg game concepts and Pareto optimization, as well as a range of notions related to system control. In addition, it considers the problems of finding and representing the entire set of solutions. Intended for researches, professors, specialists, and students in the areas of game theory, operational research, applied mathematics, economics, computer science and engineering, it also serves as a textbook for various courses in these fields.

Mathematica For Bioinformatics

Author: George Mias
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319723774
Size: 14,44 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to using Mathematica and the Wolfram Language for Bioinformatics. The chapters build gradually from basic concepts and the introduction of the Wolfram Language and coding paradigms in Mathematica, to detailed worked examples derived from typical research applications using Wolfram Language code. The coding examples range from basic sequence analysis, accessing genomic databases, differential gene expression, and machine learning implementations to time series analysis of longitudinal omics experiments, multi-omics integration and building dynamic interactive bioinformatics tools using the Wolfram Language. The topics address the daily bioinformatics needs of a broad audience: experimental users looking to understand and visualize their data, beginner bioinformaticians acquiring coding expertise in providing biological research solutions, and practicing expert bioinformaticians working on omics who wish to expand their toolset to include the Wolfram Language.