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Title : Scientific C++ by Guido Buzzi-Ferraris (1993-01-30)
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ISBN : B01JXNATR8
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Format Type : PDF
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : Addison Wesley Longman 1816
Number of Pages : 490 Pages
File Size : 878 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Scientific C++ by Guido Buzzi-Ferraris (1993-01-30) Reviews

  • None
    2018-10-27 07:02

    This text provides clear and useful information regarding the uses and advantages of C++ for floating-point-centered, computationally intensive work. It is not a replacement for a basic C++ text, but it is the best reference I have read for developing engineering calculations in C++. Unlike many C++ books (written in computer-science-ese by people who think it makes sense to index the first element of an array with 0 rather than 1 :) ), this book presents material in a language to which engineers and scientists can relate. Perhaps its greatest fault is that there is little or no discussion of templates and the standard template library (both fairly recent additions to C++). These topics are of great importance to techncal work

  • None
    2018-10-17 07:16

    This text introduces C and C++ to a person experienced in procedural langagues. Do not turn to it if you have never programmed nor if you want to create games or typical business based windows applications. But if you are looking to learn how to use this "new" language for mathematical manipulation of numerical data, this book was made for you.Clear descriptions of syntax and recommendations of stylistic approaches to programming. Thoughtful warnings on dangerous paths that a beginner might stray down. Good reading, it will stay by my side as a guide to good clear style.

  • None
    2018-11-05 12:58

    This text introduces C and C++ to a person experienced in procedural langagues. Do not turn to it if you have never programmed nor if you want to create games or typical business based windows applications. But if you are looking to learn how to use this "new" language for mathematical manipulation of numerical data, this book was made for you.Clear descriptions of syntax and recommendations of stylistic approaches to programming. Thoughtful warnings on dangerous paths that a beginner might stray down. Good reading, it will stay by my side as a guide to good clear style.

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-06 13:53

    The book of Buzzi, " Scientific c++... ", is an excellent book for those which is interested in mathematic handling in c++ (i.e.) especially the matrices and vectors). It can be used as a solid basis for a training of the c++. This book is very well written, it is clear, the author gives a lot of example which helps to include/understand the subjacent theory. For example, it describes the comprehension of the pointers and their significance as for example the expression doubles ** A; ,which is more type C. The book of buzzi covers the c++(8 chapter mainly are devoted to the c++ and 4 to the installation of a directed bookshop object). Moreover, Buzzi in its book takes stock between FORTRAN and the c++. Chapter 2 compares the c++ and FORTRAN, it makes a certain negative criticism of FORTRAN (with you to judge) compared to the c++. The great force of this book lies in its many examples very relevant. I recommend this book to all those which wishes to be initiated with the c++ in a scientific way. For those which wishes more information I to them recommend Barton and Nackman