Mathcad

PTC Mathcad is the Industry Standard Software for Engineering Calculations. PTC Mathcad combines the ease and familiarity of an engineering notebook with the powerful features of dedicated engineering calculations application. Its document-centric, WYSIWYG interface gives you the ability to solve, share, re-use and analyze your calculations without having to learn a new programming language. The result? You can spend more time engineering and less time documenting. Computer Algebra system (CAS).


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  1. Pinder, George F.: Numerical methods for solving partial differential equations: a comprehensive introduction for scientists and engineers (2018)
  2. Rybin, Vladimir Vasil’evich: The description and analysis of non-stationary continuous control systems in the spectral range in non-orthogonal functions. Orthorecursive approach (2018)
  3. Lopes, Paulo; Lana, Milene: Analytical method for calculating the volume of rock blocks using available mapping data field (2017)
  4. Mirza, I. A.; Abdulhameed, M.; Shafie, S.: Magnetohydrodynamic approach of non-Newtonian blood flow with magnetic particles in stenosed artery (2017)
  5. Aliev, Ali V.; Mishchenkova, Olga V.; Lipanov, Alexey M.: Mathematical modeling and numerical methods in chemical physics and mechanics (2016)
  6. Devadze, D.; Beridze, V.: Optimality conditions and solution algorithms of optimal control problems for nonlocal boundary-value problems (2016)
  7. Dhanalakshmi, V.; Kennedy, Felbin C.: A computational method for minimum of octagonal fuzzy numbers and its application to decision making (2016)
  8. Jun Peng; ZhiBao Dong; FengQing Han: tgcd: An R package for analyzing thermoluminescence glow curves (2016) not zbMATH
  9. Tóbiás, Roland; Tasi, Gyula: Simple algebraic solutions to the kinetic problems of triangle, quadrangle and pentangle reactions (2016)
  10. Beloussov, Igor V.: Another formulation of the Wick’s theorem. Farewell, pairing? (2015)
  11. Devadze, D.; Beridze, V.: An algorithm of the solution of an optimal control problem for elliptic equations (2015)
  12. Volovich, G. I.; Solomin, E. V.; Topolskaya, I. G.; Topolsky, D. V.; Topolsky, N. D.: Modelling and calculation of adaptive devices of automation, control and protection for intellectual electric grid in Scilab freeware computer mathematic package (2015)
  13. Cira, Octavian; Smarandache, Florentin: Solving Diophantine equations (2014)
  14. Eryilmaz, Serkan: Parallel and consecutive-(k)-out-of-(n):F systems under stochastic deterioration (2014)
  15. Glebov, A. O.; Karpov, S. V.; Karpushkin, S. V.: A comparison of modeling techniques for temperature fields of inductive heating plates (2014)
  16. Rubin, Andrew; Riznichenko, Galina: Mathematical biophysics (2014)
  17. Sergeev, V. A.; Molgachev, A. A.: The model of heat conductivity process with a nonlinear heat source (2014)
  18. Anastassiou, George A.; Iatan, Iuliana F.: Intelligent routines. Solving mathematical analysis with Matlab, Mathcad, Mathematica and Maple (2013)
  19. Benker, Hans: Problem solving in mathematics with MATHCAD and MATHCAD PRIME (2013)
  20. Devadze, David; Beridze, Vakhtang: An algorithm of the solution of an optimal control problem for a nonlocal problem (2013)

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