publication . Preprint . 2006

Mathematica: A System of Computer Programs

Maiti, Santanu K.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 20 May 2006
Starting from the basic level of mathematica here we illustrate how to use a mathematica notebook and write a program in the notebook. Next, we investigate elaborately the way of linking of external programs with mathematica, so-called the mathlink operation. Using this technique we can run very tedious jobs quite efficiently, and the operations become extremely fast. Sometimes it is quite desirable to run jobs in background of a computer which can take considerable amount of time to finish, and this allows us to do work on other tasks, while keeping the jobs running. The way of running jobs, written in a mathematica notebook, in background is quite different fr...
free text keywords: Computer Science - Mathematical Software, Computer Science - Programming Languages
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