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  • Author:
    Julien C. Sprott
  • ISBN:
    0521406897
  • ISBN13:
    978-0521406895
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 26, 1991)
  • Pages:
    420 pages
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    Mathematics
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It includes computer code and code captions from the book and example book and th. Specifications. Cambridge University Press.

Modern BASIC programmers will be delighted to learn that the routines and demonstration programs from the highly acclaimed reference book Numerical Recipes: The Art of. .Cambridge University Press, 26 avr. 1991 - 398 pages.

Numerical Recipes, by William H. Press, Brian P. Flannery, Saul A. Teukolsky and William T. Vetterling, is a computing and numerical analysis. It is accompanied by the Numerical Recipes Example Book containing programs that demonstrate the subroutines. Julien C. Sprott has translated all of the recipes and programs, over 350 in all, into BASIC.

Paperback: 256 pages.

ISBN 0-521-40689-7 (Cambridge University Press) - Numerical recipes-BASIC V. diskette, Format: for IBM PC, XT, AT, DOS . /3. 0, by the same author. ISBN 0-521-40688-9 (Cambridge University Press).

Julien Clinton Sprott. Numerical Recipes in C: The Art of Scientific Computing. September 1989 · Risk Analysis.

Routines in the book Numerical Recipes.

Numerical Recipes, by William H.

This book contains the routines and demonstration programs from the first edition of the highly acclaimed reference book, Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing. It includes computer code and code captions from the book and example book and the commentary from the example book. The author employs a contemporary version of BASIC, Microsoft QuickBasic 4.5, which roughly follows the structure of FORTRAN; in fact, the recipes found in this book are easily adapted for other modern forms of BASIC. This book is recommended for use with one of the main Numerical Recipes books, such as Numerical Recipes in Fortran 77 [link to 43064X]. The programs contained in this book are also available as machine-readable code on the Numerical Recipes Code CD-ROM with Windows/Macintosh Single Screen License [link to 576083].

Nawenadet
I suspect that very few programmers use Basic for numerical computation (i.e., number crunching), but if you are one of those few, you will probably find this book useful. This edition is not nearly so comprehensive as its C++ and Fortran cousins, but these languages are far more often used in numerical analysis. (This fact is emphasized by the fact that the Basic edition is apparently available only in paperback, and it is conspicuously thinner than its cousins.) But if you do (or plan to do) any numerical analysis in basic, without the benefit of mixed language programming, I would recommend this edition.
Kemath
Useful book book if you need to use old versions of basic but uit does need updating to visual basic.net
Sermak Light
If you ever had to program a complicated numerical algorithm, such as SVD decomposition, Bessel functions, eigensystems or Fourier transform, you will know how useful this book is. All those problems, and many others, are presented and the full BASIC code of a routine, which solves it, is given. This book is an issue for "Numerical recipes in FORTRAN", that brings the codes in FORTRAN 77 and also the mathematical theory behind the routines. There are versions of this issue also for Pascal and C++. If you need any routine, you just have to "cut and paste" it from the book into your program. Don't left to look "Numerical Recipes in FORTRAN", which is the mother of the whole collection.
Inabel
Good book: a collection of useful routines. somehow lacking when referring to formulas in the text (formulas can be found in the Fortran77 edition available eventually on-line).

Maybe some more details could be added when explaining routines critical steps and/or alternative usage of main routines (i.e.: ordering routines for percentile calculations).
Kegal
Good text.