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Java Gently for Engineers and Scientists

Java Gently for Engineers and Scientists
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Java Gently for Engineers and Scientists
by Judith M. Bishop, Nigel T. Bishop, Judy Bishop

Paperback: 436 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 0.93 x 9.14 x 6.69
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub Co
ISBN: 0201343045; 1st edition (January 4, 2000)

Book Info: Introduces programming through examples of problems that engineers and scientists may encounter. Features object-oriented programming with Java from the start, over sixty worked examples with complete Java programs and an active web site to answer questions from readers around the world.

From the Back Cover: This book covers all of the Java language, its standard libraries, and utilities from an object-oriented perspective. Special emphasis is put on using a step-by-step methodology for problem solving, and a diagrammatic notation forms the basis for subsequent algorithmic development.In terms of programming, it covers object-orientation, software design, structured programming, graphical user interfacing, data representation, animation, and networking. From the start, solutions are presented via a special graphics package so the reader can appreciate the physical significance of the underlying mathematics.Non-computer scientists who need to learn the Java programming language to apply in an engineering and/or scientific environment.

Customer Reviews
Good book of examples for those who need the big picture., April 1, 2000
Reviewer: David from Calgary, AB, Canada

If your a student with entry level university calculus and you have some previous programming experince then this java book is for you.

Filled with technical examples that demonstrate the object oriented nature of Java. Topics covered: stream input/output, GUI development, graphing, animation, event handling, exceptions, reading and writing to files, and networking.

This book is not for the intermediate Java developer. But for those who require a step-by-step problem solving methodology in algorithmic development. Abstract engineering principles come alive when these algorithms are developed in the Java environment.

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