Barton and Nackman explore using C++ and the object-oriented programming style in scientific and engineering programs. The book emphasizes general concepts, systematic ways of using C++ features, advanced techniques, and particular styles that will help you write object-oriented programs. Examples are drawn from scientific and engineering applications, and the concepts, techniques, and styles are broadly applicable. The book is organized into three parts. The first part builds a working knowledge of C++. The second part introduces object-oriented programming and design techniques, emphasizing the various ways to express commonality and abstraction. The third part illustrates coordination of advanced C++ features and techniques by developing several interesting examples, including array classes, pointer classes, systems employing abstract algebra, FORTRAN-based matrices, function mapping, and data fitting. 0201533936B04062001Barton, John J. is the author of 'Scientific and Engineering C++ An Introduction With Advanced Techniques and Examples' with ISBN 9780201533934 and ISBN 0201533936.