Introduction to Mathematica® for physicists / Andrey Grozin

By: Grozin, A. G [author.]Contributor(s): Ohio Library and Information NetworkMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Graduate texts in physicsPublisher: Cham : Springer, [2013?]Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (x, 219 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 3319008943 (electronic bk.); 9783319008943 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Mathematical physics -- Computer programs | Physics | Computer Applications in Chemistry | Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences | Numerical and Computational Physics | Particle and Nuclear PhysicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. DDC classification: 530.1 LOC classification: QC20.7.E4 | G76 2013Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | SpringerLink Connect to resource (off-campus)
Contents:
Part I Lectures -- Computer algebra systems -- Overview of Mathematica -- Expressions.-Patterns and substitutions -- Functions -- Mathematica as a programming language -- Grb ner bases -- Calculus -- Risch algorithm -- Linear algebra -- Input--output and strings -- Packages -- Part II Computer classes -- Plots -- Trigonometric functions -- Quantum oscillator -- Spherical harmonics -- Adding angular momenta in quantum mechanics -- Classical nonlinear oscillator -- Cyclohexane -- Multi- functions -- Quantum nonlinear oscillator -- Riemann curvature tensor -- Rainbow -- Problems for students
Summary: Mathematica is the most widely used system for doing mathematical calculations by computer, including symbolic and numeric calculations and graphics. It is used in physics and other branches of science, in mathematics, education and many other areas. Many important results in physics would never be obtained without a wide use of computer algebra. This book describes ideas of computer algebra and the language of the Mathematica system. It also contains a number of examples, mainly from physics, also from mathematics and chemistry. After reading this book and solving problems in it, the reader will be able to use Mathematica efficiently for solving his/her own problems
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Part I Lectures -- Computer algebra systems -- Overview of Mathematica -- Expressions.-Patterns and substitutions -- Functions -- Mathematica as a programming language -- Grb ner bases -- Calculus -- Risch algorithm -- Linear algebra -- Input--output and strings -- Packages -- Part II Computer classes -- Plots -- Trigonometric functions -- Quantum oscillator -- Spherical harmonics -- Adding angular momenta in quantum mechanics -- Classical nonlinear oscillator -- Cyclohexane -- Multi- functions -- Quantum nonlinear oscillator -- Riemann curvature tensor -- Rainbow -- Problems for students

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Mathematica is the most widely used system for doing mathematical calculations by computer, including symbolic and numeric calculations and graphics. It is used in physics and other branches of science, in mathematics, education and many other areas. Many important results in physics would never be obtained without a wide use of computer algebra. This book describes ideas of computer algebra and the language of the Mathematica system. It also contains a number of examples, mainly from physics, also from mathematics and chemistry. After reading this book and solving problems in it, the reader will be able to use Mathematica efficiently for solving his/her own problems

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