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Re: Recommended books for Mathematica

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  • Subject: [mg14384] Re: Recommended books for Mathematica
  • From: Andreas Stahel <sha at hilbert.isbiel.ch>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Oct 1998 15:09:52 -0400
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cedmonds at leland.Stanford.EDU (Christopher Albin Edmonds) writes:
You wrote
> I am just starting to explore Mathematica, I am doing EE work with some
> messy symbolic calculus, CT Fourier transforms, etc., and Matlab
> doesn't lend itself to this kind of stuff. Anyway, I was wondering if
> there are any "essential" Mathematica texts, that are both good
> tutorials and good references. I also don't want a tutorial that is too
> basic...
> 
> thanks,
> 
> christopher edmonds

For some time I am using "Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers" by
Thomas B. Bahder and consider this to be the best book on Mathematica
on my shelf (which contains about 10 books on this topic).

Andreas
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Andreas.Stahel at isbiel.ch    Tel 41--32--32 16 258  FAX: 41--32--32 16
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