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Introduction to Computational Engineering

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Introduction to Computational Engineering
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Publisher: Rice University
Number of pages: 80

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We strive for Matlab fluency on 4 planes; To speak the language free of syntactic error, to confidently translate English simulation and/or design questions, to identify the proper numerical method for the job, and to represent the solution in the most visually striking way possible.

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