Mathematica — Basic Principles II — includes pattern matching (free)
Exising users who participated with the Mathematica
— Basic Principles I course.
about the course
is very large and powerful program that enables the user to do many complicated computations in a very simple way. This course helps to further increase your insight in the general structure of Mathematica
Partly building upon the first course this course expands further on:
- The structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them,
- functions defined using underscores and pure (or anonymous) functions
- functions that have functions as arguments, such as Select, Gatherby
- new in Mathematica 10: associations
- pattern matching and the function Cases, sequences
- how to define a function on a given domain only, with optional arguments, etc
Regular courses are held at our office in Amsterdam. Sometimes we provide the courses on site. The location is then mentioned in the agenda below.
9 February 2017, 10.00-17.00 Amsterdam
6 April 2017, 10.00-17.00 Amsterdam
Prof.dr. Fred Simons
Fred Simons was born in Amsterdam. He worked at the University of Amsterdam and the Eindhoven University of Technology where he promoted on Markov processes. He was also a member of the Dutch Education Committee for Mathematics and chairman of the Mathematics Working Group of SEFI, European Society for Engineering Eduction.