Modeling and Simulation in Python (Chapman & Hall)
Wednesday, 01 June 2022

This book introduces fundamental computational modeling techniques that are used in a variety of science and engineering disciplines. Jason M. Kinser emphasizes algorithmic thinking skills using different computational environments, and includes a number of interesting examples. 

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Several theories and applications are provided, each with working Python scripts, with examples including Shakespeare, movie databases, virus spread, and chess. All the Python functions written for this book are archived on GitHub.

Author: Jason M. Kinser
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Date: May 2022
Pages: 314
ISBN: 978-1032116488
Print:103211648X
Kindle:‎B0B1LGZTJ8
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate / advanced
Category: Python

 

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