Engineering Problem Solving with C
For a one-semester, freshman through senior-level course in Engineering Computing, C Programming for Engineers or Engineering Problem Solving.This is the first C-for-scientists-and- engineers text by best-selling FORTRAN author and renowned teacher Delores Etter and co-author Jeanine Ingber, experienced computer science and engineering educator. This highly accessible book features the widest variety of real-world applications of usable C code-to solve problems in electrical, computer, mechanical, civil, and environmental engineering, as well as the computer sciences.
- Paperback | 600 pages
- 191 x 235.2 x 20.1mm | 841.03g
- 04 May 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
1. Engineering Problem Solving. 2. Simple C Programs. 3. Control Structures and Data Files. 4. Modular Programming with Functions. 5. Arrays and Matrices. 6. An Introduction to Pointers. 7. An Introduction to Structures. 8. An Introduction to C++. Appendix A: ANSI C Standard Library. Appendix B: ASCII Character Codes. Appendix C: Using MATLAB to Plot Data from ASCII Files. Appendix D: References. Complete Solutions to Practice! Problems. Selected Solutions to Modify! Problems. Selected Solutions to End-of-Chapter Problems. Index.
About Delores M. Etter
DR. DELORES M. ETTER, a leading engineering and computer science educator, was formerly a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Colorado, a faculty member at the University of New Mexico and a visiting Professor at Stanford University. She was elected a Fellow of the Instituted of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) for her contribution to education and for her technical leadership in digital signal processing. In addition to writing best-selling textbooks for engineering computing, Dr. Etter has also published research in the area of adaptive digital signal processing. She is currently working as a consultant for the federal Department of Defense in Washington, D.C. JEANINE A. INGBER is currently a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. She also works as a consultant for Sandia National Labs. She has a master's degree from the University of Michigan. Prior to her teaching at the University of New Mexico, Jeanine was a faculty member at Iowa State University.