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JAVA for Engineering

JAVA for Engineering

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This might be a long shot: Where can I find examples, code, info etc for engineering/scientific programs? I just completed a JAVA/SQL course, but am more interested in mathematical programs/code!! Hope someone can help!?

Thanks
Dunewambo

RE: JAVA for Engineering

Dunewambo,
1. there are free (!) e-versions (pdf) of already classical books "Numerical Recipes in C" ," .... in Fortran" on the Internet. Sorry, no for Java, but it shouldn't be big problem to catch the idea and modify it in Java.
2. I also found the free e-version of "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel on his web page. Not specifically math programming, but very good book. I do not have the addresses on hand, you'll find it easy on Yahoo or on Google.
3. There are many Java specific web pages. Try to search, I am sure you'll find what you look for.
If you find something interesting, post it here, I (and another folks for shure too) am interested in math and eng. calculations also.
gearguru

RE: JAVA for Engineering

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Gearguru,

Thanks for your reply. I will certainly take your advice. I do have the book by Bruce Eckel! Will certainly post when I find something interesting!

Regards,
Dunewambo

RE: JAVA for Engineering

Dunewambo I need more specifics about the course you did,did you do your Java and SQL(Hopefully not Microsofts soul selling SQL 2000) at a University or at college level?
If you did it at University level and not that Visual Java nonsense then I can help!!
My e-mail is C1600@univtech.ac.za
Mail a detailed description of the info you need and the results you ideally want from your programs(graphs etc.) then I'll mail you code segments and programs related to what you want.
Regards C16

RE: JAVA for Engineering

dunewambo,

    I have some algorithms in numerical methods and i'm developing a java program for it. I have few collection like Gauss-Jordan[/]i,finding roots using bisection method,false-position method,newton-raphson.Or, dealing with polynomial such as synthetic division,poylnomial evalutation given its coefficient and x,division involving higher order poly with lower poly, an others.. If you are interested, please reply so i can post it after i finish it.

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