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by Karl Dieter Moeller

Download Optics: Learning by Computing, with Examples Using Maple, MathCad®, Matlab®, Mathematica®, and Maple® (Undergraduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) ePub
  • ISBN 0387261680
  • ISBN13 978-0387261683
  • Language English
  • Author Karl Dieter Moeller
  • Publisher Springer; 2nd edition (August 8, 2007)
  • Pages 455
  • Formats rtf lrf txt docx
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1252 kb
  • Size Fb2 1537 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 247

This new edition is intended for a one semester course in optics for juniors and seniors in science and engineering. It uses scripts from Maple, MathCad, Mathematica, and MATLAB to provide a simulated laboratory where students can learn by exploration and discovery instead of passive absorption. The text covers all the standard topics of a traditional optics course. It contains step by step derivations of all basic formulas in geometrical, wave and Fourier optics. The threefold arrangement of text, applications, and files makes the book suitable for "self-learning" by scientists or engineers who would like to refresh their knowledge of optics.


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Programs like Maple, Matlab, MathCAD and Mathematica are popular in this field. To the knowledge of the authors, the widest application functionality offers the program. Its requirement of learning based on physics and calculus can be a very daunting one. Through the inclusion of symbolic mathematics (. Maple, Mathematica, Macsyma, MathCad, and Derive) students' learning can be enhanced, while providing them with a useful tool and. technique of reading and verifying. Mathcad is one of the four most popular computational packages used in industry and academia, the other three programs being Matlab, Maple, and Mathematica.

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The book would serve as an excellent text for undergraduate use and reference for laboratory simulation experiments.

The computer files are dynamic, allowing the reader to see instantly the effects of changing parameters in the equations. The book would serve as an excellent text for undergraduate use and reference for laboratory simulation experiments.

If you are a student of optics, this rather expensive text is not really going to help you that much considering the price. Both books are written by the same author, and the first book might have been better if the author had incorporated more examples from his Schaum's outline into it. This book really glosses over explanations. The best part of the book are the programs that demonstrate various optics principles.

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by Karl Dieter Moeller (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0387261683. In this book Möller presents an impressive procedure of studying optics using the computer through the packages of Algebraic Computation. It is very well written. The computer files are dynamic, allowing the reader to see instantly the effects of changing parameters in the equations.

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This book is intended for a one semester course in optics for juniors and seniors in science and engineering; it uses Mathcad(R) scripts to provide a simulated laboratory where students can learn by exploration and discovery instead of passive absorption. Möller, Karl Dieter, 1927–Optics: learning by computing with examples using MathCAD, Karl Dieter Möller. p. c. (Undergraduate texts in contemporary physics) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-387-95360-4 (alk. paper) 1. Geometrical optics-Data processing.

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Velan
Traditionally, optics was often taught using a lab. Where you had an optical bench, replete with many elements like prisms, beam splitters, waveguides etc. If possible, you really should learn optics in a hands-on way like that.

But suppose now you have a class in optics. There are customary texts for this, like Optics (4th Edition). But this new book takes a different approach. In essence, it offers a simulated optical bench. Using the power of a commonly affordable personal computer. Along with an impressive set of math packages. The book plays no favourites amongst these, in order to maximise its readership. Moeller is to be commended for this ecumenical approach.

Now, you can tweak numerous parameters within setups inside the packages, and see the results. Yeah, it is all simulated. But if it is the concepts you need, then you can grasp them in the book's manner. Another consideration is that not every university can necessarily afford the optical lab. Or imagine a reader studying this subject at home. So in these cases, the book is also a boon.
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If you are a student of optics, this rather expensive text is not really going to help you that much considering the price. The best combination is Optics (4th Edition) for comprehension and Schaum's Outline of Optics for basic practice of what is covered in the textbook. Both books are written by the same author, and the first book might have been better if the author had incorporated more examples from his Schaum's outline into it.

This book really glosses over explanations. The best part of the book are the programs that demonstrate various optics principles. These are included on the accompanying CD and are named at the different places in the book. Thus be careful if you buy a used copy, because without the CD you really don't have much. Students might want to look at the first edition, because besides branching out into other languages besides Mathcad, there really isn't that much difference between the two editions except price.

For the instructor of college-level optics, I think this book is really useful. You can incorporate some of the programs into demonstrations and illustrate some difficult principles. For that purpose I highly recommend it.