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**The Mathematica Book, 5E ** written by
** Stephen Wolfram **

This book is intended to be a complete introduction to Mathematica. It describes essentially all the capabilities of Mathematica, and assumes no prior knowledge of the system.

In most uses of Mathematica, you will need to know only a small part of the system. This book is organized to make it easy for you to learn the part you need for a particular calculation. In many cases, for example, you may be able to set up your calculation simply by adapting some appropriate examples from the book.

You should understand, however, that the examples in this book are chosen primarily for their simplicity, rather than to correspond to realistic calculations in particular application areas.

There are many other publications that discuss Mathematica from the viewpoint of particular classes of applications. In some cases, you may find it better to read one of these publications first, and read this book only when you need a more general perspective on Mathematica.

Mathematica is a system built on a fairly small set of very powerful principles. This book describes those principles, but by no means spells out all of their implications. In particular, while the book describes the elements that go into

Mathematica programs, it does not give detailed examples of complete programs. For those, you should look at other publications.

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** The Mathematica Book
** Edition: ** 5th
** Author(s): ** Stephen Wolfram
** Publisher: ** Wolfram Media
** Series: **
** Year: ** 2003
** Pages: ** 1301
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: ** 1-57955-022-3,9781579550226
** Country: ** UK

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**About Author :- **

Author ** Stephen Wolfram ** is the creator of Mathematica, and a well-known scientist. He is widely regarded as the most important innovator in technical computing today, as well as one of the world's most original research scientists.
** Stephen Wolfram's books ** are very usefull.

He was Born in London in 1959, he was educated at Eton, Oxford and Caltech. He published his first scientific paper at the age of fifteen, and had received his PhD in theoretical physics from Caltech by the age of twenty. Wolfram's early scientific work was mainly in high-energy physics, quantum field theory and cosmology, and included several now-classic results. Having started to use computers in 1973, Wolfram rapidly became a leader in the emerging field of scientific computing, and in 1979 he began the construction of SMP—the first modern computer algebra system—which he released commercially in 1981.

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**Book Contents :- **
**The Mathematica Book, 5E ** written by
** Stephen Wolfram **
cover the following topics.
**Part-A A Practical Introduction to Mathematica**

0. Running Mathematica

1. Numerical Calculations

2. Building Up Calculations

3. Using the Mathematica System

4. Algebraic Calculations

5. Symbolic Mathematics

6. Numerical Mathematics

7. Functions and Programs

8. Lists

9. Graphics and Sound

10. Input and Output in Notebooks

11. Files and External Operations

12. Special Topic: The Internals of Mathematica
**Part-2 Principles of Mathematica**

0. Introduction

1. Expressions

2. Functional Operations

3. Patterns

4. Manipulating Lists

5. Transformation Rules and Definitions

6. Evaluation of Expressions

7. Modularity and the Naming of Things

8. Strings and Characters

9. Textual Input and Output

10. The Structure of Graphics and Sound

11. Manipulating Notebooks

12. Files and Streams

13. MathLink and External Program Communication

14. Global Aspects of Mathematica Sessions
**Part-C Advanced Mathematics in Mathematica**

0. Introduction

1. Numbers

2. Mathematical Functions

3. Algebraic Manipulation

4. Manipulating Equations and Inequalities

5. Calculus

6. Series, Limits and Residues

7. Linear Algebra

8. Numerical Operations on Data

9. Numerical Operations on Functions

10. Mathematical and Other Notation
**Mathematica Reference Guide**

Introduction

1. Basic Objects

2. A.2.1 Entering Characters

3. Some General Notations and Conventions

4. Evaluation

5. Patterns and Transformation Rules

6. Files and Streams

7. Mathematica Sessions

8. Mathematica File Organization

9. Some Notes on Internal Implementation

10. Listing of Major Built-in Mathematica Objects

11. Listing of C Functions in the MathLink Library

12. Listing of Named Characters

13. Incompatible Changes

14. Developer Context Objects in Mathematica 5

15. Experimental Context Objects in Mathematica 5

Index

- Abstract Algebra
- Calculus
- Differential Equations
- Engineering Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Math Magic
- Real Analysis