 1.

Franco Vivaldi
 出版情報: Boca Raton, Fla. : Chapman & Hall/CRC, c2001  xi, 223 p. ; 24 cm シリーズ名: Chapman & Hall/CRC mathematics 所蔵情報: loading…

 What is Maple? / 1： Integers and rationals / 2： Integers / 2.1： Arithmetical expressions / 2.2： Some Maple / 2.3： Divisibility / 2.4： Rationals / 2.5： Primes / 2.6： Standard library functions / 2.7： Sets and functions / 3： Sets / 3.1： Sets with Maple / 3.2： Functions / 3.3： User-defined functions / 3.4： Sequences / 4： Basics / 4.1： Sequences with Maple / 4.2： Plotting the elements of a sequence / 4.3： Periodic and eventually periodic sequences / 4.4： Some non-periodic sequences / 4.5： Basic counting sequences / 4.6： Sequences defined recursively / 4.7： Real and complex numbers / 5： Digits of rationals / 5.1： Real numbers / 5.2： Random and pseudo-random digits* / 5.3： Complex numbers / 5.4： Structure of expressions / 5.5： Analysis of an expression / 6.1： More on substitutions / 6.2： Functions acting on operands of expressions / 6.3： Polynomials and rational functions / 7： Polynomials / 7.1： Polynomial arithmetic / 7.2： Rational functions / 7.3： Basic manipulations / 7.4： Partial fractions decomposition* / 7.5： Finite sums and products / 8： Sums and products with Maple / 8.1： Symbolic evaluation of sums and products / 8.3： Double sums and products / 8.4： Sums and products as recursive sequences / 8.5： Elements of programming / 9： Iteration / 9.1： Study of an eventually periodic sequence / 9.2： Conditional execution* / 9.3： Procedures* / 9.4： Vector spaces / 10： Cartesian product of sets / 10.1： Vectors with Maple / 10.2： Matrices / 10.4： Matrices with Maple / 10.5： Modular arithmetic* / 11： A modular system / 11.1： Arithmetic of equivalence classes / 11.2： Some arithmetical constructions in F[subscript p] / 11.3： Some abstract structures* / 12： The axioms of arithmetic / 12.1： Metric spaces / 12.2： Rings and fields / 12.3：
 What is Maple? / 1： Integers and rationals / 2： Integers / 2.1：
2.

Andrea Asperti, Bruno Buchberger, James H. Davenport (eds.)
 出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c2003  x, 223 p. ; 24 cm シリーズ名: Lecture notes in computer science ; 2594 所蔵情報: loading…
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Andrea Asperti, Grzegorz Bancerek, Andrzej Trybulec (eds.)
 出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2004  x, 392 p. ; 24 cm シリーズ名: Lecture notes in computer science ; 3119 所蔵情報: loading…
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Jerry Glynn, Theodore Gray
 出版情報: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997  viii, 347 p. ; 24 cm 所蔵情報: loading…
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Ulf Grenander
 出版情報: New York ; Tokyo : Academic Press, 1982  xviii, 525 p. ; 24 cm シリーズ名: Pure and applied mathematics ; 105 所蔵情報: loading…
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David M. Sandford
 出版情報: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1980  xi, 239 p. ; 25 cm シリーズ名: Lecture notes in computer science ; 90 所蔵情報: loading…
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Stephen Wolfram
 出版情報: Champaign, Ill. : Wolfram Media , Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, c1996  xxiv, 1403 p. ; 24 cm 所蔵情報: loading…

 A Tour of Mathematica Mathematica as a Calculator Power Computing with Mathematica Accessing Algorithms in Mathematica Mathematical Knowledge in Mathematica Building Up Computations Handling Data Visualization with Mathematica Mathematica Notebooks Palettes and Buttons Mathematical Notation Mathematica and Your Computing Environment The Unifying Idea of Mathematica Mathematica as a Programming Language Writing Programs in Mathematica Building Systems with Mathematica Mathematica as a Software Component A Practical Introduction to Mathematica / Part 1.： Running Mathematica / 1.0： Numerical Calculations / 1.1： Building Up Calculations / 1.2： Using the Mathematica System / 1.3： Algebraic Calculations / 1.4： Symbolic Mathematics / 1.5： Numerical Mathematics / 1.6： Functions and Programs / 1.7： Lists / 1.8： Graphics and Sound / 1.9： Input and Output in Notebooks / 1.10： Files and External Operations / 1.11： Special Topic: The Internals of Mathematica / 1.12： Principles of Mathematica / Part 2.： Expressions / 2.1： Functional Operations / 2.2： Patterns / 2.3： Manipulating Lists / 2.4： Transformation Rules and Definitions / 2.5： Evaluation of Expressions / 2.6： Modularity and the Naming of Things / 2.7： Strings and Characters / 2.8： Textual Input and Output / 2.9： The Structure of Graphics and Sound / 2.10： Manipulating Notebooks / 2.11： Files and Streams / 2.12： MathLink and External Program Communication / 2.13： Global Aspects of Mathematica Sessions / 2.14： Advanced Mathematics in Mathematica / Part 3.： Numbers / 3.1： Mathematical Functions / 3.2： Algebraic Manipulation / 3.3： Manipulating Equations and Inequalities / 3.4： Calculus / 3.5： Series, Limits and Residues / 3.6： Linear Algebra / 3.7： Numerical Operations on Data / 3.8： Numerical Operations on Functions / 3.9： Mathematical and Other Notation / 3.10： Mathematica Reference Guide / Part A.： Basic Objects / A.1： Input Syntax / A.2： Some General Notations and Conventions / A.3： Evaluation / A.4： Patterns and Transformation Rules / A.5： Mathematica Sessions / A.6： Mathematica File Organization / A.8： Some Notes on Internal Implementation / A.9： Listing of Major Built-in Mathematica Objects / A.10： Listing of C Functions in the MathLink Library / A.11： Listing of Named Characters / A.12： Incompatible Changes since Mathematica Version 1 / A.13： Index Numerical calculations / Part I： Building up calculations Using the MATHEMATICA system lgebraic calculations Symbolic mathematics Numerical mathematics Functions and programs Graphics and sound Input and output in Notebooks Files and external operations Special topic: internals of Mathematica Functional operations / Part II： Transformation rules and definitions Evaluation of expressions Modularity and the naming of things Strings and characters Textual input and output The structure of graphics and sound Files and streams Mathlink and external program communication Global aspects of Mathematica sessions Mathematical functions / Part III： Algebraic manipulation Manipulating equations Series, limits and residues Linear algebra Numerical operations on data Numerical operations on functions Mathematical and other notation Formula gallery Graphics gallery Appendix Mathematica reference guide / A： Basic objects Input syntax Some general notations and conventions Patterns and transformation rules Mathematica sessions Installing and organization of system files Some notes on internal implementation Listing of major built-in Mathematica Objects Listing of C functions in the Mathlink Library Listing of named Characters
 A Tour of Mathematica Mathematica as a Calculator Power Computing with Mathematica
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Theodore W. Gray, Jerry Glynn
 出版情報: Redwood City, Calif. ; Tokyo : Addison-Wesley, c1991  535 p., 16 p. of plates ; 24 cm 所蔵情報: loading…

 well-known Mathematica expert and a prominent mathematics educator--gives readers a better understanding of Mathematica and its application to real world problems The authors use intriguing examples and plain language to explain basic and advanced Mathematica concepts and techniques A special feature is a CD/ROM disk included with each copy of the book The disk contains an unabridged electronic version of the book in Mathematica notebook format that combines text, graphics, mathematical expressions, and animations This hybrid audio/data CD is compatible with any audio CD player and with Macintosh, MS-DOS, and UNIX CD/ROM drives. 0201528185B04062001
 well-known Mathematica expert and a prominent mathematics educator--gives readers a better understanding of Mathematica and its application to real world problems The authors use intriguing examples and plain language to explain basic and advanced Mathematica concepts and techniques A special feature is a CD/ROM disk included with each copy of the book
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V. A. Dyck, J. D. Lawson, J. A. Smith
 出版情報: Reston, Va. : Reston Pub. Co., c1979  xx, 604 p. ; 24 cm 所蔵情報: loading…
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Stephen Wolfram
 出版情報: Redwood City, Calif. ; Tokyo : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., c1988  xviii, 749 p. ; 24 cm 所蔵情報: loading… 文献複写・貸借依頼