Programming in Mathematica

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
BI-PMA Z,ZK 4 2P+2C Czech
Garant předmětu:
Zdeněk Buk
Zdeněk Buk
Zdeněk Buk
Department of Theoretical Computer Science

Students will be working with modern technical and scientific software. Students will learn how to use different programming styles (functional programming, rule-based programming, etc.), how to create dynamic interactive applications and visualisations, data processing and presentations.


Basic knowledge of algorithmization (cycles, conditions, etc.) and data structures (mainly arrays).

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction

2. Syntax, function definition, working with expressions

3. Graphics, visualisation of functions, data sets, structures, etc.

4. Symbolic an numeric computations

5. Functional programming

6. Rule-based programming

7. Interactive documents - manipulators, interactive visualisations

8. Import and export of data, databases connectors

9. Typography in Mathemtica, dynamic documents

10. Selected application packages, parallel computations, neural networks

11. Creating application packages and projects

12. J/Link, mathlink - integration with Java and C

13. Online databases, data paclets, Wolfram Alpha

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Introduction

2. Introduction to programming in Mathematica

3. Graphics and visualisation

4. Symbolic computations

5. Functional programming, project consultation

6. Rule-based programming, project consultation

7. Interactive manipulators, project consultation

8. Project consultation

9. Project consultation

10. Project presentation

11. Project presentation

12. Project presentation

13. Assessment

Study Objective:

Wolfram Mathematica is a modern technical and scientific software which has been developed over last 20 years. This system has been used at many prestigious universities and scientific institutions (e.g. CERN, NASA, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Apple, IBM, Microsoft, ...). It represents now the complete integrated environment for publication, presentation, computations, dynamic interactive applications, etc. Mathematica is very powerful programming language combining different programming styles (functional, rule-based, etc.). In this course the students will be introduced into the Mathematica system and they will learn how to work with different programming styles in this system. After the course the student will be able to create complete interactive documentats and presentations, process different data files, create own libraries, etc.

Study materials:

Wolfram Mathematica Documentation Center - http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/guide/Mathematica.html

Wolfram Screencast and Video Gallery - http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/

Wolfram Education Group, Free online seminars - http://www.wolfram.com/services/education/seminars/

Wolfram Demonstration Projects - http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/

Further information:
No time-table has been prepared for this course
The course is a part of the following study plans:
Data valid to 2024-06-16
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