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JavaTech, an Introduction to Scientific and Technical Computing with Java

  • Category: Java Programming
  • Author: Clark S. Lindsey, Johnny S. Tolliver, and Thomas Lindblad
  • Pages: 726 pages
  • Size: Online

Read and download free eBook intituled JavaTech, an Introduction to Scientific and Technical Computing with Java in format PDF – 726 pages created by Clark S. Lindsey, Johnny S. Tolliver, and Thomas Lindblad.

JavaTech is a practical introduction to the Java programming language with an emphasis on the features that benefit technical computing. After presenting the basics of object-oriented programming in Java, it examines introductory topics such as graphical interfaces and thread processes. It goes on to review network programming and develops Web client-server examples for tasks such as monitoring remote devices. The focus then shifts to distributed computing with RMI. Finally, it examines how Java programs can access the local platform and interact with hardware.

Clark S. Lindsey runs his own company that develops Java applications, Web publications, and educational tools and materials. Johnny S. Tolliver develops robust Web services software and GPS applications at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is a Sun Certified Java Programmer. Thomas Lindblad is a professor at the Department of Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology, where he researches techniques in data analysis in high data rate systems.

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