The Mathematica Book
by Stephen Wolfram
Publisher: Wolfram Media 2003
Number of pages: 1488
As both a highly readable tutorial and a definitive reference for over a million Mathematica users worldwide, this book covers every aspect of Mathematica. It is an essential resource for all users of Mathematica from beginners to experts. This expanded fifth edition presents Mathematica Version 5 for the first time and is important for anyone interested in the progress of advanced computing. A complete version of the Help Browser was created in HTML for the Mathematica Documentation Center, providing the internet community full access to its encyclopedic knowledge base and emulating the Browser's easy search and browse features.
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