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Mathematica's Books

The Mathematica Book ISBN:  052158888x
Title:  The Mathematica Book
Author:  Stephen Wolfram
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press
Date Published:  July 1996
URL:  The Mathematica Book
Format:  Trade Paper


Mathematica 3.0 Standard Add-on Packages ISBN:  0521585856
Title:  Mathematica 3.0 Standard Add-on Packages
Author:  Wolfram Research Inc,Inc Staff Wolfram Research
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press
Date Published:  November 1996
URL:  Mathematica 3.0 Standard Add-on Packages
Format:  Trade Paper


                          ISBN:  0387978828
Title:  Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica
Author:  Hal R. Varian
Publisher:  Springer-Verlag New York, Incorporated
Date Published:  December 1992
URL:  Economic & Financial Modelling with Mathematica
Format:  Trade Cloth

As with the first volume, Volume Two of 'Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica' is edited by Hal Vairan, and its contrubutors are carefully selected by him to assure a high quality, practical work reflecting the efforts and expertise of an international cadre of Mathematica users from the economic, financial, investments, quantitative business and operations research communities. There is very little overlap with Volume One, and the twenty-three contributing authors take full advantage of the latest updates to the Mathematica software in their presentations. A DOS-diskette comes packaged with the book, containing important Notebooks and packages from the paper version of the work. These data-files are also available online through the telospub.com server and www site, as well as MathSource at Wolfram Research, Inc. The book's main intent, as with the first volume, is to offer current and prospective users of Mathematica the most effective tools for utilization in their professional, research and educational activities. 'Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica's' main use is that of an applications handbook.

Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica ISBN:  0387945180
Title:  Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica
Author:  Hal R. Varian
Publisher:  Springer-Verlag New York, Incorporated
Date Published:  February 1996
URL:  Economic & Financial Modeling with Mathematica
Format:  Trade Cloth

As with the first volume, Volume Two of 'Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica' is edited by Hal Vairan, and its contrubutors are carefully selected by him to assure a high quality, practical work reflecting the efforts and expertise of an international cadre of Mathematica users from the economic, financial, investments, quantitative business and operations research communities. There is very little overlap with Volume One, and the twenty-three contributing authors take full advantage of the latest updates to the Mathematica software in their presentations. A DOS-diskette comes packaged with the book, containing important Notebooks and packages from the paper version of the work. These data-files are also available online through the telospub.com server and www site, as well as MathSource at Wolfram Research, Inc. The book's main intent, as with the first volume, is to offer current and prospective users of Mathematica the most effective tools for utilization in their professional, research and educational activities. 'Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica's' main use is that of an applications handbook.

                          ISBN:  052159233X
Title:  Modelling Financial Derivatives with Mathematica
Author:  William Shaw
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press
Date Published:  October 1998
URL:  Modelling Financial Derivatives with Mathematica
Format:  Trade Cloth


                          ISBN:  0387986197
Title:  Exploring Abstract Algebra with Mathematica
Author:  Allen C. Hibbard,Kenneth C. Levasseur
Publisher:  Telos
Date Published:  January 1999
URL:  Exploring Abstract Algebra with Mathematica
Format:  Trade Paper