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         Algebra Computer:     more books (100)
  1. Linear Algebra and Ordinary Differential Equations (Computer Engineering) by Jeffrey, 1997-09-04
  2. Computer Algebra Handbook
  3. Boolean Algebra for Computer Logic by Harold E. Ennes, 1978-08
  4. Computer Algebra Systems in Secondary School Mathematics Education
  5. Learning Linear Algebra Through Derive (Learning Through Computer Algebra) by Brian Denton, 1995-09
  6. Elimination Methods in Polynomial Computer Algebra (Mathematics and Its Applications) by V. Bykov, A. Kytmanov, et all 1998-10-31
  7. Mathematical Activities with Computer Algebra: A Photocopiable Resource Book by T. Etchells, et al, 1996-12
  8. Computer Algebra Recipes for Mathematical Physics (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) by Richard H. Enns, 2004-12-01
  9. Universal Algebra for Computer Scientists (E a T C S Monographs on Theoretical Computer Science) by Wolfgang Wechler, 1992-04
  10. Algebra 1 Computer Test Generator with CD-ROM
  11. Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing: 9th International Workshop, CASC 2006, Chisinau, Moldova, September 11-15, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  12. Some Tapas of Computer Algebra (Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics)
  13. Computer Algebra in Industry: Problem Solving in Practice : Proceedings of the 1991 Scafi Seminar at Cwi, Amsterdam
  14. A Guide to Computer Algebra Systems (Wiley professional computing) by David Harper, Chris Wooff, et all 1991-09

41. The Yacas Computer Algebra System
YACAS is an easy to use, general purpose computer algebra System, a program for symbolic manipulation of mathematical expressions.
YACAS is an easy to use, general purpose Computer Algebra System, a program for symbolic manipulation of mathematical expressions. It uses its own programming language designed for symbolic as well as arbitrary-precision numerical computations. The system has a library of scripts that implement many of the symbolic algebra operations; new algorithms can be easily added to the library. YACAS comes with extensive documentation (320+ pages) covering the scripting language, the functionality that is already implemented in the system, and the algorithms we used.
This entire site (including the documentation) can also be found in the source code distribution

42. Conferences On Applications Of Computer Algebra
Join the ACA mailing list! Conferences on Applications of computer algebra. Attend ACA 2004. Past and Future Conferences. Upcoming computer algebra Conferences.
IMACS Sponsored Join the ACA mailing list
Conferences on Applications of Computer Algebra
Attend ACA'2004
Past and Future Conferences
The ACA Working Group
Instructions for Organizing an ACA Meeting

Instructions for Organizing a Special Session
... Past and Future Published Collections of ACA Papers
Note: Publication of a full article in the ACA web archive is not considered to be an archival journal publication, so it is proper and reasonable to also publish such an article or revised article in a journal.

43. Darmstadt, University Of Technology
Department of computer Science. Research groups focus on automata theory and formal languages, automated reasoning and inference, computer graphics, computer algebra, distributed systems, database systems, industrial processes, integrated circuits and systems, artificial intelligence, microprogramming and computer architecture, operating systems, software engineering, programming languages and compilers, and systems programming.

44. David Stes HomePage
My interests are computer algebra and Number Theory, objectoriented programming languages and Unix system administration and software development.
Welcome to David Stes' homepage !
My interests are Computer Algebra and Number Theory, object-oriented programming languages and Unix system administration and software development.
David Stes,
Public Keys : steskey.asc and stescrypt.asc
My X509 Certificate (PEM encoded) signed by my own Root Certificate Authority : [application/x-x509-ca-cert] or the PEM encoded version [application/pkix-cert]

45. LiveMath Germany
Das Programm LiveMath Maker von Theorist Interactive ist ein computeralgebra-System (CAS).
Die deutsche Seite zu LiveMath Computeralgebra im Internet
kostenlose LiveMathPlug-in. Anwendungsbeispiele LiveMath Galerie LiveMathMaker 3.5 ist bei Cotec Empfehlungen:
"Das Programm ist ein modernes, in programmtechnischer Hinsicht ausgereiftes, bequem zu bedienendes und sehr effektives Werkzeug zur Lösung von Problemen in Mathematik, Physik und Technik." c't "Browsererweiterungen wie das LiveMath-Plugin befähigen einen herkömmlichen Browser zur Darstellung von komplexen Funktionen. Schüler können die Bedeutung der verschiedenen Glieder eines Funktionsterms durch eigenes Experimentieren erschließen." Links: LiveMath an der Realschule LiveMath am Gymnasium ... Germany - Discover Germany

46. Home
more. 28.11.03. computer algebra made affordable. Microsoft adds the computer algebra system MuPAD to High Performance Comp more.
Diese Seite in deutsch Home About MuPAD Download News ... Login Your Location: Home
SciFace Software, the company behind the commercial side of MuPAD, can be found at
Latest News
MuPAD Pro 3.0 Eagerly awaited, now available: MuPAD 3.0 brings interactive mathematics ...
Computer Algebra made affordable MuPAD tackles yet another barrier for CAS users: The price.
New Horizons for Scientific Computing Microsoft adds the computer algebra system MuPAD to High Performance Comp...

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47. SymbMath
An online symbolic math and computer algebra system. It can perform exact, numeric, symbolic and graphic computation, e.g. arbitraryprecision calculation, solve equation, plot data and user-defined functions, linear regression, symbolic differentation and integration, pattern-match. - SymbMath <META NAME="keywords" content="software, online graphical calculator, online symbolic calculator, online equation solver, online graphic calculator, Symbolic Math, Computer Algebra System, electroanalysis, electrochemistry, electrochemical simulation, voltammetry, polarography, electrochemical software, electrochemistry software, math software, symbolic math software, data analysis, curve fitting, data fitting, polar, visualmath, symbmath"> Please turn on Java enabled in your browser if you cannot see a pop-up Java Applet. Document Questions?

48. CAME 2001 Symposium Communicating Mathematics Through Computer Algebra Systems
Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 1819, 2001, following on from PME-25.

49. ACDCA-Homepage, Austrian Center For Didactics Of Computer Algebra
Translate this page Sie sind seit 1. 9. 1999 der 63648. Besucher. © 2004 ACDCA - Austrian Center for Didactics of computer algebra. Letzte Änderung 16.5.2004.
Deutsch English Sie sind seit 1. 9. 1999 der 64070. Besucher. ACDCA - Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra

50. Geometric Modelling At Bath University
Research projects include multidimensional geometric modeling, distances in geometric modeling, finding zeros of multidimensional functions, and computer algebra in geometric modeling.
Geometric Modelling at Bath University Part of our virtual factory Geometric modelling research at Bath was instigated in 1980 by John Woodwark . He left the University in 1986, and is now the managing director of Information Geometers Ltd and an editor of the Computer-Aided Design Journal. Adrian Bowyer has run the research group since Woodwark's departure. The group's current modeller is called Svlis (and it's available free ). This, like all Bath modellers, is a set-theoretic (or constructive solid geometry - CSG) modeller that uses recursive spatial division for evaluation.
Current and past research projects
The svLis geometric modeller Download svLis
Multidimensional geometric modelling

Distances in Geometric Modelling
Computer Algebra in Geometric Modelling
Teaching Geometric Modelling
The Bath final-year undergraduate Geometric Modelling course
Related work and sites
Information Geometers Ltd - Books, courses, conferences, and software Users of our svLis geometric modeller Media Technology Research Centre Interval Computations QUB Finite Element Modelling Group Minesota Geometry Center ... Brunel University Centre for Geometric Modelling and Design
Local G_mod information
Maps G_mod bibliography format Local printing Parallel processing on earth

51. Index-Deutsch
Translate this page Austrian Center for Didactics of computer algebra. Rechner TI-89/92. © 2004 ACDCA - Austrian Center for Didactics of computer algebra.
Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra
Materialien, Links Gesamtindex Neue Materialien Materialien in Engl. Sprache Literatursuche ... Internet-Links
Projekte CAS I (Derive, 92-) CAS II (97/98) CAS III (99/00) CAS IV (01/02) ... CAS V (04/05)
Kongresse ACDCA Andere (CAS)
Vereinsinterna Vereinsunterlagen
Weitere CAS-Quellen Derive User Group Neuigkeiten T -Materialien zu Grafikrechnern (TI-83+)
Hildegard Urban-Woldron (19.4.2004)
Voyage 200 - Workshop Handling - TI-Setup, Festlegen von Einstellungen (Anton Nagl, 25.1.2004) T
Integral - Software
Visualisierung des Integralbegriffes. Via arts to math
Neues Projekt - CA5
Hier findet man Ausschreibung und die Anmeldungsformulare:

52. Welcome To GNU TeXmacs (FSF GNU Project)
Freeware tool for extensible, structured and WYSIWYG technical documents. Can also be used as an interface to computer algebra systems.
Home Download Help Contribute ... Search Welcome to GNU TeXmacs Welcome Screen shots News Mailing lists GNU TeXmacs is a free scientific text editor, which was both inspired by TeX and GNU Emacs . The editor allows you to write structured documents via a wysiwyg (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) and user friendly interface. New styles may be created by the user. The program implements high-quality typesetting algorithms and TeX fonts, which help you to produce professionally looking documents. The high typesetting quality still goes through for automatically generated formulas, which makes TeXmacs suitable as an interface for computer algebra systems. TeXmacs also supports the Guile Scheme extension language, so that you may customize the interface and write your own extensions to the editor. Converters exist for TeX/LaTeX and they are under development for Html MathML Xml . In the future, TeXmacs is planned to evolve towards a complete scientific office suite, with spreadsheet capacities, a technical drawing editor and a presentation mode. GNU TeXmacs is hosted by the Centre de Ressources Informatiques de Haute Savoie , Archamps, France.

53. Algorithms Project's Home Page
Rocquencourt, Versailles. Algorithms Project. Interests in design and analysis of algorithms, computer algebra, combinatorial analysis and asymptotics.
Algorithms Project's Home Page
Welcome! Research Topics People Publications ... On-Line Applications
Welcome to the Algorithms Project!
INRIA Rocquencourt Organizations Links ... Contacts Last modified: September 26, 2003. For problems or questions involving this site, please contact or look up our contact page

54. International Academy Of Noosphere (Sustainable Development
Supports sustainable world development through mathematical modeling and programming. Offers for sale, Maple software and books in the fields of mathematics, statistics, computer science, cybernetics, and computer algebra systems. Page includes mission statement, list of staff, history, and list of publications.
The Baltic Branch of International Academy of Noosphere is established on the basis of the former Tallinn Research Group and is managed by Academician Victor Aladjev. The Baltic Branch is non-profit scientific organization registered by law of Republic of Estonia.
The following fundamental directions of scientific activity are determined for the Baltic Branch
  • mathematical theory of homogeneous structures and its applied aspects; information science and modern information technologies; biomedical researches in a context of the noosphere problems; physical and technical researches in a context of the noosphere problems; infodynamical models of a systems in a context of the noosphere problems Models of systems in infosociety

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55. East Coast Computer Algebra Day 2003
East Coast computer algebra Day. Prof. Jeremy Johnson computer Science, Drexel University, computer algebra and Signal Processing. Prof.
East Coast Computer Algebra Day
Saturday, April 5, 2003

Madren Conference Center

Clemson University

South Carolina Sponsors

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Department of Computer Science
National Science Foundation ECCAD, East Coast Computer Algebra Day, is an annual conference that provides opportunities to learn and share new developments and to present research results in the areas of symbolic and mathematical computation.
Invited Speakers: Prof. Richard Brent
Computing Lab, Oxford University
Primitive and almost primitive trinomials over GF(2) Prof. Jeremy Johnson
Computer Science, Drexel University
Computer Algebra and Signal Processing Prof. Wolfgang Schreiner RISC-Linz, Johannes Kepler University Distributed Maple - lessons learned on parallel computer algebra distributed environments Program Registration and breakfast Opening remarks Invited talk Coffee break Invited talk Lunch Poster and demo session Invited talk Poster and demo session Closing remarks Important Dates: April 5, 2003 Deadline for room reservations February 19, 2003

56. Department Of Computer Algebra
Department of computer algebra and Number Theory research group.
Members of the Department and of the Research Group
Research Fields
Computer Algebra Site
H-1117 Budapest Hungary Telefon:
1518 Budapest Pf. 32. Fax:

57. Fermat, Computer Algebra System II
By Robert H. Lewis and Michael Wester. Presented as a poster to the 1999 ISSAC Conference.
Comparison of Polynomial-Oriented
Computer Algebra Systems
(Preliminary Report)
Robert H. Lewis and Michael Wester
    This paper was presented as a poster to the 1999 ISSAC Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, 28-31 July 1999.
    Exact symbolic computation with polynomials and matrices over polynomial rings has wide applicability to many fields. By "exact symbolic" we mean computation with polynomials whose coefficients are integers (of any size), rational numbers, or finite fields, as opposed to coefficients that are "floats" of a certain precision. Such computation is part of most computer algebra systems ("CA systems"). Over the last dozen years several large CA systems have become widely available, such as Axiom, Derive, Macsyma, Maple, Mathematica, and Reduce. They tend to have great breadth, be produced by profit-making companies, and be relatively expensive. However, most if not all of these systems have difficulty computing with the polynomials and matrices that arise in actual research. Real problems tend to produce large polynomials and large matrices that the general CA systems cannot handle.
    In the last few years several smaller CA systems focused on polynomials have been produced at universities by individual researchers or small teams. They run on Macs, PCs, and workstations. They are freeware or shareware. Several claim to be much more efficient than the large systems at exact polynomial computations. The list of these systems includes CoCoA, Fermat, MuPAD, Pari-GP, and Singular.

58. Home Page For The Analytic Topology Research Group
Research interests topology of metric spaces, generalised metric spaces, continua, function spaces, hyperspaces, topological algebra, set theoretic methods in topology, and applications of topology to computer science and the theory of differential equations.
Analytic Topology Research Group
About the Research Group
Members of the Analytic Topology Research Group at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, are working on a range of topological topics, which include: topology of metric spaces, generalised metric spaces, continua, function spaces, hyperspaces, topological algebra, set theoretic methods in topology, and applications of topology to computer science and the theory of differential equations. The research group has, at present, six members and organises a regular research seminar , usually given by a visiting speaker . In Hilary Term 2003, Rolf Suabedissen is thinking of organising some seminars/classes aimed at graduate students or final year undergraduates: please mail him if you might be interested. If you are interested in doing research in general topology in Oxford, email Dr. P. J. Collins A new website for topological events in the UK. The Birmingham Topology Seminar meets on Fridays at 4pm in G40, the Computer Science Building, at the University of Birmingham. Here is a list of former students from the group. If you have relevant information please let me know.

59. Singular:Home
computer algebra system for polynomial computations. Free download.
A Computer Algebra System for Polynomial Computations
Welcome to S INGULAR
  • May 2004: Release of SINGULAR version 2.0.5 , a minor upgrade from version 2.0.4 (Groebnerwalk, Janet basis, bug fixes and compatibitlity changes for gcc 3.2/3.3) is available for most Unix platforms (including Mac PPC Darwin) and Windows August 2002 : Textbook "A S INGULAR Introduction to Commutative Algebra" ... Springer Verlag . The book includes a CD containing a distribution of S INGULAR version 2-0-3 (for Unix/Windows/Mac platforms). S INGULAR is free software under GNU Public Licence . For registered S INGULAR users we offer the following free services
    • e-mail information about updates and news
    • support for installation and computational questions.
    Register as S INGULAR user Use any of the following links to find out more about S INGULAR

    S INGULAR ...

    is developed by the S INGULAR research group which is part of the Algebraic Geometry Group at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Kaiserslautern under the direction of Gert-Martin Greuel Gerhard Pfister , and Comments or suggestions? Send mail to
  • 60. Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
    This page is the entry point for several class web pages of Engr. Allan S. Hugo which includes chemistry, mathematics (algebra, analytic geometry, etc.), chemical engineering, and computer programming.
    Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
    Subjects: computer programming concepts, general chemistry, computer applications in chemical engineering, college algebra, analytic geometry
    Kindly sign our guestbook August 21, 2001: Something new at cool stuff! Don't miss it. To view class web pages, please see contents below. For articles, please see EXTRA . For entertainment, kindly visit Cool Stuff Looking for me? Please check my schedules I invite you to take a few moments of your time to reflect on the message coming from our daily motivator . This is a wonderful opportunity to fill up your spirit everyday! Your education is more than just academics. It should be more of values. While you are studying, you should inculcate in yourself the right attitudes and cherish those values. Welcome to Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages Search this Site:
    W elcome. Thank you for visiting our class web pages. My name is Engr. Allan S. Hugo and I am a member of the faculty of chemical engineering of the University of Saint La Salle What you will find here are the courses related to chemistry, computer programming, chemical engineering and mathematics. You will be able to see class notes, handouts and lectures. You will also have the chance to read online tutorials on computer programming plus some available source codes on C programming.

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