XML in Scientific Computing
"The book is written in a clear and readable style. It can be recommended to anybody interested in scientific computing in the context of combining classical environments, like MATLAB®, with the XML framework."
—Jaroslav Pokorný, Zentralblatt MATH 1263
"Modern computational science and engineering address realistic multi-physics applications with complex data-driven parametric input. XML in Scientific Computing is the first of its kind to discuss the seamless integration of data and code. The text is written by one of the most authoritative researchers in computational science."
—Professor George M. Karniadakis, Brown University
258 pages; ISBN 9781466512283
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Title: XML in Scientific Computing
Author: Constantine Pozrikidis
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