Scientific Programming with Macintosh PASCAL by Richard E. Crandall, Marianne M. Colgrove
An advanced guide to Pascal programming on the Macintosh, emphasizing practical and useful applications in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics. Developed in his courses at Read college, a member of the ''Apple University Consortium,'' Crandall's book takes advantage of the Macintosh's superior graphics and animation capabilities. It shows how to use the Mac's mouse and window technology for a range of applications, from 3-dimensional animation and drawings, to differential equations, physical models, and matrices. Features a wealth of pre-tested, powerful routines, covering such areas as statistics, mathematical physics and signal processing.