MathLink: Network Programming with Mathematica
Chikara Miyaji and Paul Abbott, 2001, Cambridge University Press, 243
A programming tutorial giving a thorough explanation of MathLink,
the mechanism enabling higher-level communication between
Mathematica and external programs. Introduces basic concepts and
explains the fundamentals of MathLink templates and its
data-transfer model. Also provides source code for a wide range of
practical applications, giving readers the opportunity to adapt the code
to suit their own practical needs. Assumes prior knowledge of
Mathematica and the C language.
Preliminaries | Connecting the Front End and the Kernel | Compiling
| Transfer Time Using MathLink | Debugging MathLink Programs
TurtleGraphics | Cellular Automata | MovieDigitizer |
Programming | Creating an Event-Driven Mechanism | Creating a Window
| Window Object Applications | Writing an Interactive Graphics System |
Interactive Geometry | Communications between Mathematica Sessions
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