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Re: need favor

paul john wrote:

> Hello
> I want help about Mathematica in the sense that I need a good book about
> the mathematica programming of difference approximation of partial
> differential equations. If any of the group member know about a book
> directly related to my study area,let me know please.I shall be thank full
> . Sincerely Paul

I have a copy of _Physics by Computer_ by W. Kinzel and G. Reents (from
Springer) that has a bit on PDEs (rather specific), solving some problems
in Mathematica, and some in C.

I also have of copy of _Numerical Methods for Physics_ by A. Garcia (from
Prentice Hall) that uses C++ and another system, but which is much more thorough
for solving PDEs numerically.  The ideas, while not in the Mathematica
language, are pretty easy to translate.

I don't have vast experience in the field, so I don't how well these two
compare, but they would get you started if you could find them at the

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