XML in Scientific Computing

Book description

While the extensible markup language (XML) has received a great deal of attention in web programming and software engineering, far less attention has been paid to XML in mainstream computational science and engineering. Correcting this imbalance, XML in Scientific Computing introduces XML to scientists and engineers in a way that illustrates the si

Table of contents

  1. Front Cover (1/2)
  2. Front Cover (2/2)
  3. Contents
  4. Preface
  5. Notation
  6. 1. Text and data formatting (1/8)
  7. 1. Text and data formatting (2/8)
  8. 1. Text and data formatting (3/8)
  9. 1. Text and data formatting (4/8)
  10. 1. Text and data formatting (5/8)
  11. 1. Text and data formatting (6/8)
  12. 1. Text and data formatting (7/8)
  13. 1. Text and data formatting (8/8)
  14. 2. Xml essential grammar (1/7)
  15. 2. Xml essential grammar (2/7)
  16. 2. Xml essential grammar (3/7)
  17. 2. Xml essential grammar (4/7)
  18. 2. Xml essential grammar (5/7)
  19. 2. Xml essential grammar (6/7)
  20. 2. Xml essential grammar (7/7)
  21. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (1/9)
  22. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (2/9)
  23. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (3/9)
  24. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (4/9)
  25. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (5/9)
  26. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (6/9)
  27. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (7/9)
  28. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (8/9)
  29. 3. Xml data processing with xsl (9/9)
  30. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (1/11)
  31. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (2/11)
  32. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (3/11)
  33. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (4/11)
  34. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (5/11)
  35. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (6/11)
  36. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (7/11)
  37. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (8/11)
  38. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (9/11)
  39. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (10/11)
  40. 4. Computing with xml/xsl (11/11)
  41. 5. Producing and importing xml data (1/9)
  42. 5. Producing and importing xml data (2/9)
  43. 5. Producing and importing xml data (3/9)
  44. 5. Producing and importing xml data (4/9)
  45. 5. Producing and importing xml data (5/9)
  46. 5. Producing and importing xml data (6/9)
  47. 5. Producing and importing xml data (7/9)
  48. 5. Producing and importing xml data (8/9)
  49. 5. Producing and importing xml data (9/9)
  50. A. ASCII code
  51. B. Perl quick reference (1/2)
  52. B. Perl quick reference (2/2)
  53. C. Summary of xslt elements (1/3)
  54. C. Summary of xslt elements (2/3)
  55. C. Summary of xslt elements (3/3)
  56. D. Functions called by xslt elements (1/2)
  57. D. Functions called by xslt elements (2/2)

Product information

  • Title: XML in Scientific Computing
  • Author(s): Constantine Pozrikidis
  • Release date: September 2012
  • Publisher(s): Chapman and Hall/CRC
  • ISBN: 9781466512283