**ISBN:** 0965053237

**Author:** Wolfram Research (Firm),Emily Martin

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Wolfram Media Inc (June 1, 1996)

**Pages:** 516

**Category:** Programming

**Subcategory:** IT

**Rating:** 4.5

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Mathematica . Standard Add-on Packages describes the 1000+ additional functions distributed with the full versions of the software package. Both a tutorial and a reference, this book has a place in every Mathematica user's library.

Mathematica . standard add-on packages. Includes bibliographical references and index. Standard Add-On Packages book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Mathematica . Standard Add-On Packages as Want to Read: Want to Read saving. Standard Add-On Packages as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Format Paperback 524 pages. Standard Add-on Packages describes the 1000+ additional functions that are distributed with the full versions of Mathematica . standard add-o. Saved in: Other Authors: Martin, Emily. Published: Champaign, IL, USA : Cambridge, UK ; New York : Wolfram Media ; Cambridge University Press, c1996. Mathematica .

Although Mathematica includes a large number of built-in functions, users often .

Although Mathematica includes a large number of built-in functions, users often require additional functions for their particular application area. The standard packages provide such functions for a broad range of specialized calculations. Wolfram Technology Standard Packages. Mathematica 4 Standard Add-on Packages.

Atlas 2 for Mathematica is the add-on for doing modern differential geometry calculations Secondly, the package uses standard differential geometry notations for exterior derivative, covariant differentiation, tensor product etc. It is really helpful to see the same.

Atlas 2 for Mathematica is the add-on for doing modern differential geometry calculations. The tool works with Mathematica 8 and Mathematica 9. Calculations are coordinate free. Secondly, the package uses standard differential geometry notations for exterior derivative, covariant differentiation, tensor product etc. It is really helpful to see the same results/formulas on the screen and in my textbooks. Example with Lie derivative calculation: Example with exterior derivative calculation