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Nash J.C., Nash M.M. — Scientific Computing with PCs
Nash J.C., Nash M.M. — Scientific Computing with PCs

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Название: Scientific Computing with PCs

Авторы: Nash J.C., Nash M.M.

Аннотация:

This book tells "what to", "why to" and "when to" use personal computers (PCs) for carrying out scientific computing tasks. There are many books that purport to tell users how to operate particular software packages or to set up and maintain their personal computer hardware. These "how to" volumes have their proper role and utility. Our goal is different: we aim to present ideas about the management decisions involved in using PCs for scientific and technical computing. The audience for this book is any scientist, engineer, statistician, economist, or similar worker who is considering using a personal computer for all or part of his or her technical work. The ideas we present can be used at the individual or group level. Being ideas about the management of resources, they are kept simple to the extent that readers will think "I know that." We stress, however, that it is the day-to-day practice of management ideas that counts; theoretical knowledge is like a smoke alarm without a battery.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/Численные методы/Моделирование физических процессов/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1994

Количество страниц: 199

Добавлена в каталог: 25.02.2005

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Предметный указатель
115V AC power      11.5
16-bit processor      4.1
20-bit memory address      4.1
240V AC power      11.5
32-bit processor      4.1
3D plot      19.7
3D plot, perspective      19.7
640K limit      4.1 7.1
64K limit      7.1
8-bit processor      4.1
80x87      3.3 3.1
Accented characters      9.8
Access control      5.7
Acquiring the right computing environments      20.2
Adaptation to new systems      12.9
adapters      4.3
Add-ons, extras and flexibility      20.4
address space      3.1 4.1 7.1
Addressing of memory      7.1
Adjustment of data structures      7.2
Administration of research      2.10
Algebraic eigenvalue problem      13.6
Algorithm, choice      12.2
Algorithm, data fitting      15.3
Algorithm, description      6.3
Algorithm, hiring problem      17.3
Algorithm, implementation      12.3
Algorithm, organization      18.1
Algorithm, performance      18.0
Algorithm, robustness      12.2
Algorithms, data fitting      15.3
Algorithms, finding      13.3
Algorithms, general vs. specific      13.1
Algorithms, IRR problem      14.3
Algorithms, problem solution      17.3
Algorithms, spacecraft trajectories      16.3
Analytic solution      17.1
Angular velocity, earth-moon system      16.2
Answers, correct      13.1
Antivirus programs      10.6
APL (programming language)      6.3
Apple II computer      4.1
Apple Macintosh      1.1
Application problems      3.2
Application programs      4.2
Application software      3.1
Approach, standard      13.3
Approximation of functions      13.6
Archiving of files      5.0 5.5 5.6 10.2
Area plot      19.6
Arithmetic libraries      18.1
Arithmetic, effect on execution time      18.6
Array dimension checking      9.2
Array entry, timing      8.1
Array size limitations      9.8
Array, data      15.2
Array, storage ordering      7.8
ASCII character set (ISO Standard 646, 1973)      5.1 9.8
Assembly language program code      8.2
Assessment, data fitting solutions      15.6
Assessment, IRR solutions      14.6
Assessment, solutions to hiring problem      17.6
Assessment, spacecraft trajectories      16.6
Atari computer      1.1 4.1
Audience for book      Preface 1.3
Automated data collection      2.3
Automatic differentiation      15.3
Background operations, effects on timings      18.3
Backup      5.0 5.4
Backup, devices      5.4
Backup, full      5.4
Backup, importance in virus control      10.6
Backup, operations      5.4
Backup, selective      5.4
Backup, software      5.4 10.2
BACKUP/RESTORE (MS-DOS)      5.4
Bank switching      7.1
BASIC      2.9 7.6
BASIC, historical      1.1
BASIC, IBM      2.9
BASIC, Turbo      2.9
BATch command file (MS-DOS ) for timing      18.3
BATch command file (MS-DOS)      2.9 7.6 9.6
Battery management      11.5
Bessel functions      3.3
Binary data      5.1
Binary display      10.3
Binary mode transmission      2.2
Binary-coded decimal data      10.3
BinHex      2.2
BIOS (Basic Input Output System)      4.1
BIOS (Basic Input Output System), settings      11.8
Blank character (in file names)      5.1
Blank removal      10.6
BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms)      8.2
Boundary value problems      3.3
Bounds constraints      15.4
Box-and-Whisker plot      see “Boxplot”
Boxplot      19.3 19.5
Boxplot, use in program performance      18.5
Breakpoints, in algorithms      7.6
Brownout      11.5
Buffer, printer      7.1
bugs, finding      9.1
Built-in debugging tools      9.2
C (programming language)      2.9
C. Abaci Inc.      13.5
Cables      4.3 11.7
Cache, disk      7.1
CALGO (Collected Algorithms of the ACM)      13.5
CALLing sub-programs      6.5
Camera, digital, still image      2.3
Camera, digital, video image      2.3
Capabilities of computers      1.2
Case sensitivity (in file names)      5.1
Cash flows      14.1
Castle plots      19.7
Catalog, file      5.3 10.5
CD (Compact disk)      11.4
Ceiling, floating-point      9.8
Centrifugal force      16.2
Certified results      12.7
Chaining of programs      7.4 7.6 7.6
Change of Method      7.7
Character set(s)      9.8
Characters, display      9.8
Characters, printing      9.8
Checks, on solutions      13.6 16.6
Chernoff’s face plots      19.7
Chi-square distribution      3.3
Choice of data structures      7.2
Choice of file names      5.1
Choice of graphical tools      19.4
Cholesky decomposition      12.2 18.0 18.1
Cholesky decomposition, programs      18.2
Cholesky decomposition, structure      18.2
Cholesky decomposition, systems      18.2
Cholesky decomposition, variants      18.2
Circuit boards      11.7
Classical mechanics      16.2
Cleanliness      11.1
Click and drag interface      10.2
clock      11.7
Clock access, from programs      8.6
Clock resolution      8.6
CMOS memory      11.8
Code substitution, for speed-up      8.2
Collating sequence      9.8
Colleagues, help of      13.4
Color, in graphs      19.3
Column, variable      15.2
COM filename extension      5.1
Comments, program      12.4
Commodore computer      1.1 4.1
COMMON variables in FORTRAN programs      6.5 7.2
communications      4.3 2.2
Companion matrix      14.3
comparison function      9.8
Comparison of methods, IRR      14.6
Comparison, fuzzy      9.8
Compiler      2.9 3.1 4.2 9.8
Compiler, differences      18.1
Compiler, effect on execution time      18.6
Compiler, options, for program performance      18.4
Compiler, program language      8.2
Compiler, versions      18.6
Complex matrix      3.3
Component computational problems      3.3
Component symbolic problems      3.4
Compressed program files      18.4
Computability flag      15.4
Computational complexity      12.2
Computer algebra      3.4
Computer configurations      1.4
Computer failure      9.7
Computer file      5.1
Computer hardware      4.1
Computer messaging      2.10
Computer servicing      11.7
Computer virus      5.7 10.6
Computer, clock/calendar      5.3
Computing environment      4.0 6.1
Computing precision      4.0
Computing speed      4.0
Computing styles      1.5
Computist (definition)      1.1
CON filename extension      5.1
Conditional probability      17.2
Conditions, on problem solution      13.1
Conference, electronic      2.2
Conferences, scientific      13.5
Configuration      1.4 4.5
Configuration files      11.8
Configuration maintenance      11.8
Configuration Management      4.2
Configuration record      11.8
Configuration, effect on execution time      18.7
Connectivity      2.2
Connectors      4.3
Console image file      9.6
Constraints, on solution      13.1
Contents of book      Preface
Contiguous file storage      8.4
Control characters      9.8
control flow      6.5
Control variables      9.1
Control, automated      2.3
Convergence tests      9.8
Cooling, of computers      11.1
Copy, diskettes      10.2
Copy, time sensitive      10.2
Corel Draw (software product)      2.6 2.7
Corel PhotoPaint (software product)      2.6
Coriolis force      16.2
Costs of computing      1.2
Cramer’s Rule      13.1
CRLF, line reformatting      10.6
Cross-reference listing      6.2
Cycle time      4.1
Cyclic redundancy check (CRC)      9.7
Data adjustment      15.1
Data analysis      1.3 19.0
Data communication      7.6
Data dictionary      6.2 12.4
Data edit      2.4
Data entry (general program)      2.4
Data entry programs      2.4
Data entry, testing      12.5
data files      5.2
Data files, documentation within      9.6
Data fitting      15.0
Data flow (in programs)      6.5
Data formatting      2.6
Data input      2.4
Data manipulation      19.4
Data output      2.4
Data processing capabilities of PCs      2.0
Data processing, communications      2.2
Data processing, editing      2.4
Data processing, input      2.4
Data processing, output      2.4
Data processing, selection      2.4
Data refinement      15.1
Data resources      5.0
Data segmentation      7.7
Data selection      2.4
Data sharing      4.3
Data storage formats      2.2
Data storage mechanisms for matrices      7.8
Data structures      6.2 7.2 7.3
Data structures, limitations      9.8
Data transfer      7.6
Data transfer errors      9.7
Data transmission formats      2.2
Data usage      7.3
Data, documentationof      7.3
Data, text form      10.3
Database management programs      2.4
Databases, public services      13.5
DataDesk      19.7
DBMS COPY, file converter (software product)      2.6 10.3
DCOPY program      10.2
De Smet ASM88      2.9
Debug switch      9.1
Debug, program language option      9.2
Debuggers      4.1
Debugging      4.9 9.0
Decomposition,ofproblem      13.1
Default values, for program variables      9.5
Defragmentation, of disk storage      8.4 10.6
Dense matrix      3.3
Derivative checks, rootfinding problem      14.2
derivatives      13.6
DERIVE (software product)      3.3 3.4 14.4
DeSmetC      2.9
Determining data storage limits      7.1
Determining memory limits      7.1
device drivers      4.1
Device, non-existent      6.5
Diagnostic software      11.7
Diary systems      2.10
DIET (program compression utility)      18.4
Differential equations      13.6
Direct search      15.3
directories      5.1
Directories and catalogs      10.5
Directory checking      10.6
Directory, working      5.6
Discount rate      14.1
Discriminationinhiring      17.1
Disk access times      8.4
Disk activity      18.3
Disk buffering      8.4
Disk cache      3.1 8.4
Disk compression hardware      8.3
Disk controller      3.1 4.1 5.7 8.3
Disk doubling      5.5
Disk drive, replacement      8.4
Disk label      5.3
Disk Problems      9.7
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