FORTRAN 90/95 for Scientists and Engineers

ISBN-10: 0070119384
ISBN-13: 9780070119383
Edition: 1998
List price: $96.25
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Description: Intended for first year students of engineering-related degrees, and also for practising engineers, this text offers a guide to using Fortran 90/95.

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Book details

List price: $96.25
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 888
Size: 7.28" wide x 8.90" long x 1.42" tall
Weight: 3.146
Language: English

Intended for first year students of engineering-related degrees, and also for practising engineers, this text offers a guide to using Fortran 90/95.

Introduction to Computers and the Fortran Language
The Computer
Data Representation in a Computer
Computer Languages
The History of Fortran Language
The Evolution of Fortran
Summary
Exercises
Basic Elements of Fortran
The Fortran Character Set
The Structure of a Fortran Statement
The Structure of a Fortran Program
Constants and Variables
Assignment Statements and Arithmetic Calculations
Assignment Statements and Logical Calculations
Assignment Statements and Character Variables
Intrinsic Functions
List-Directed Input and Output Statements
Initialization of Variables
The IMPLICIT NONE Statement
Program Examples
Debugging Fortran Programs
Summary
Exercises
Control Structures and Program Design
Introduction to Top-Down Design Techniques
Use of Pseudocode and Flowcharts
Control Constructs: Branches
Control Constructs: Loops
More on Debugging Fortran Programs
Summary
Exercises
Basic I/O Concepts
Formats and Formatted WRITE Statements
Output Devices
Format Descriptors
Formatted READ Statements
An Introduction to Files and File Processing
Summary
Exercises
Arrays
Declaring Arrays
Using Array Elements in Fortran Statements
Using Whole Arrays and Array Subsets in Fortran Statements
Input and Output
Example Problems
Two-Dimensional or Rank-2 Arrays
Multidimensional or Rank-n Arrays
Using Fortran Intrinsic Functions with Arrays
Masked Array Assignment: The WHERE Construct
The FORALL Construct
Allocatable Arrays
When Should You Use an Array?
Summary
Exercises
Procedures and Structured Programming
Subroutines
The SAVE Attribute and Statement
Automatic Arrays
Sharing Data Using Modules
Module Procedures
Fortran Functions
Pure and Elemental Procedures
Passing Procedures as Arguments to Other Procedures
Summary
Exercises
More about Character Variables
Character Comparison Operations
Intrinsic Character Functions
Passing Character Variables to Subroutines and Functions
Variable-Length Character Functions
Internal Files
Example Problems
Summary
Exercises
Additional Data Types
Alternative Lengths of the REAL Data Type
Alternative Lengths of the INTEGER Data Type
Alternative Kinds of the CHARACTER Data Type
The COMPLEX Data Type
Derived Data Types
Summary
Exercises
Advanced Features of Procedures and Modules
Internal Procedures
Scope and Scoping Units
Recursive Procedures
Keyword Arguments and Optional Arguments
Procedure Interfaces and Interface Blocks
Generic Procedures
Extending Fortran with User-Defined Operators and Assignments
Restricting Access to the Contents of a Module
Advanced Options of the USE Statement
Summary
Exercises
Advanced I/O Concepts
Additional Format Descriptors
Defaulting Values in List-Directed Input
Detailed Description of Fortran I/O Statements
Namelist I/O
Unformatted Files
Direct Access Files
Summary
Exercises
Pointers and Dynamic Data Structures
Pointers and Targets
Using Pointers in Assignment Statements
Using Pointers with Arrays
Dynamic Memory Allocation with Pointers
Using Pointers as Components of Derived Data Types
Arrays of Pointers
Using Pointers in Procedures
Binary Tree Structures
Summary
Exercises
Introduction to Numerical Methods
The Types of Errors Found in Computer Calculations
Numerical Applications
Summary
Exercises
Fortran Libraries
Types of Fortran Libraries
Using Fortran Libraries
Examples
Summary
Exercises
Redundant, Obsolescent, and Deleted Fortran Features
Pre-Fortran 90 Character Restrictions
Obsolescent Source Form
Redundant Data Type
Older, Obsolescent and/or Undesirable Specification Statements
Sharing Memory Locations COMMON and EQUIVALENCE
Undesirable Subprogram Features
Miscellaneous Execution Control Features
Obsolete Branching and Looping Structures
Redundant Features of I/O Statements
Summary
A Quick Summary of Common Attributes Used in Type Declaration Statements
Appendixes
ASCII and EBCDIC Coding Systems
Fortran 90/95 Intrinsic Procedures
Order of Statements in a Fortran 90/95 Program
Glossary
Answers to Quizzes
Index

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