Java for Engineers and Scientists (2nd Edition)
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Stephen J. Chapman
- Publish Date: 2003-10-19
Presenting Java details on a need to know basis, this concise introduction to Java develops and executes practical examples useful for solving problems in an engineering environment. KEY TOPICS Focused on the proper way to write reliable Java programs, it outlines excellent software development practices; uses a top-down design technique to break the program up into logical portions; and demonstrates object re-usability by building later examples on the classes and methods created in earlier examples. The book also includes a number of supporting classes to make it easier for engineers to format numbers in Java, to display data in linear or logarithmic plots, to work with complex numbers, to manipulate arrays, and to perform such common engineering calculations as FFTs, convolutions, correlations, etc. Engineering and Science professionals.