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Numerical Simulations and Case Studies Using Visual C++.Net [Repost]

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Numerical Simulations and Case Studies Using Visual C++.Net [Repost]

Shaharuddin Salleh, Albert Y Zomaya, Stephen Olariu, Bahrom Sanugi - Numerical Simulations and Case Studies Using Visual C++.Net
Published: 2005-06-23 | ISBN: 0471694614 | PDF | 359 pages | 5 MB


Learn how Visual C++ can solve numerical simulation problems
Readers learn how to master the numerical simulation process required to design, test, and support mobile and parallel computing systems. By presenting a series of straightforward program examples as a foundation, the authors show how problems in numerical methods and simulations are skillfully solved with the aid of Visual C++. The publication promotes quick learning by meeting three key objectives:
Filling the gap in the literature by concurrently examining problems in numerical methods and simulations alongside their solutions using Visual C++
Presenting solutions in a visual, reader-friendly style
Focusing on the problem and minimizing the coding by using the non-wizard approach in Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC), making the solutions easier to understand
Chapters cover all the topics needed to master Visual C++:
Developing applications using Visual C++ .Net
Interfaces for numerical problems
Matrix operations using wizard
Differential equation problems
Drawing curves
Working with images
Visualizing a graph
Graph applications
Multiprocessor scheduling problem
Discrete-event simulation
Modeling wireless networks
Each chapter contains at least one case study, enabling readers to learn by example. These studies represent today's hot research topics, including linear equations, graph construction and optimization problems, edge detection in images, multi-counter discrete-event simulations, and channel assignments for wireless cellular networks.
An accompanying ftp site contains all the Visual C++–based programs discussed in the text to help readers create their own programs. With its focus on problems and solutions, this is an excellent text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, and a must-have reference for researchers and professionals in the field of simulations.