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  1. Thinking Machines: A Layman's Introduction to Logic, Boolean Algebra, and Computers. by Irving. Adler, 1974-06
  2. Developing a TI-92 manual generator based on computer algebra systems.: An article from: Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching by Youngcook Jun, 2004-09-22
  3. Computer Simulation and Computer Algebra: Lectures for Beginners by D. Stauffer, F. W. Hehl, et all 1993-08
  4. Computer Algebra in Industry 2: Problem Solving in Practice
  5. Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing CASC 2001: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing, Konstanz, Sept. 22-26, 2001
  6. Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education by Berry J. Kronfellner, M. Kutzler, et all 1996
  7. Computer Resource Book-Algebra by Thomas A. Dwyer, 1975-04
  8. Network Algebra (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) by Gheorghe Stefanescu, 2000-05-11
  9. Using technology to teach developmental African-American algebra students.: An article from: Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching by Sandra Walker, Elizabeth Senger, 2007-09-22
  10. Macalgebra: Basic Algebra on the Macintosh (Computers and Math Series) by Marvin Marcus, Rebecca Marcus, 1985-12
  11. Computer Algebra Systems: A Practical Guide by Michael J. Wester, 2000
  12. Trends in Computer Algebra: International Symposium, Bad Neuenahr, May 19-21, 1987 : Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  13. Relations and Kleene Algebra in Computer Science: 9th International Conference on Relational Methods in Computer Science and 4th International Workshop ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  14. Trends in Computer Algebra: International Symposium, Bad Neuenahr, May 19-21, 1987. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

121. RelMiCS8
8th International Conference on Relational Methods in computer Science; in combination with the COST 274 / TARSKI Workshops and the 3rd International Workshop on Applications of Kleene algebra. Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. 2226 February 2005.
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122. MuPAD Pro 3.0 - The Open Computer Algebra System
MuPAD Pro 3.0 The Open computer algebra System for Windows. Understand implicit assumptions often made by other computer algebra systems.
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MuPAD Pro 3.0: The Open Computer Algebra System for Windows
MuPAD Pro 3.0 is a full-fledged computer algebra system with a rich set of features including extensive mathematics capabilities for symbolic and numeric computation and a Virtual Camera (VCam) toolkit for visualization, animation, and interactive manipulation of 2D and 3D plots and other mathematical objects. Developed at the University of Paderborn in Germany, MuPAD Pro is intended for an extremely broad range of users. Its domains and categories are similar to object-oriented classes that allow overriding and overloading methods and operators, inheritance, and generic algorithms. The MuPAD language has a Pascal-like syntax and allows imperative, functional, and object-oriented programming. A comfortable notebook interface includes an integrated source-level debugger, a profiler, and hypertext help, along with the graphics visualization toolkit. Version 3.0 adds to the capabilities of earlier versions of

123. Atypical: Integrating Computer Algebra And Reasoning
Atypical Integrating computer algebra and reasoning. Integrating computer algebra and Reasoning through the Type System of Aldor. Erik Poll and Simon Thompson.
Atypical: Integrating computer algebra and reasoning
Simon Thompson, John Shackell, James Beaumont and Leonid Timochouk
This is the home page for the project Integrating Computer Algebra and Reasoning: Incorporating a logic into the Aldor system , funded under EPSRC Grant GR/M37851. The project Understanding the Aldor compiler Project publications

124. Computer Algebra And Computer Analysis
Session computer algebra and computer Analysis at the 3rd International ISAAC Congress, Berlin, Germany 2025 August 2001.
Session Computer Algebra and Computer Analysis
at the
3rd International ISAAC Congress , Berlin, Germany
20-25 August 2001.
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We would like to announce the session Computer Algebra and Computer Analysis of the 3rd International ISAAC Congress ( ISAAC = International Society for Analysis, Applications and Computing; this NOT the ISSAC!) which will take place in Berlin from 20-25 August 2001, see The Second Announcement with further information and a registration form can be obtained from The meeting offers sessions in a wide variety of topics primarily circling around applied analysis. Session VII.4 is devoted to Computer Algebra and Computer Analysis , and will be organized by Karin Gatermann , Berlin ( ) and Wolfram Koepf , Kassel ( Researchers in analysis often are not familiar with computer algebra or find its use unsuitable for their work. In contrast, we believe that computer algebra can be a very stimulating research tool in analysis. Therefore we would like to put a session program together which is an advertisement for our field, and which presents applications of computer algebra to topics relevant for analysis. In connection with our session Michael Singer (Raleigh, NC, USA)

125. Derive 2000 TI-89
computer algebra in Mathematics Education. Fourth International DERIVETI92/89 conference at Liverpool John Moores University.
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times since 29th September 1999
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126. CAS/WWW/Math Workshop, Murphy/Meade/Miller (ICTCM IX, Reno)
computer algebra and the WorldWide Web Across the Mathematics Curriculum. Archive. computer algebra Systems table of contents.
Computer Algebra and the World-Wide Web Across the Mathematics Curriculum.
Robert Murphy Douglas Meade Matthew Miller
Department of Mathematics ...
University of South Carolina
Table of Contents:
Some mathematicians are incorporating new technologies into their classes; many others are interested, but just don't know where or how to take the first step. This minicourse will be a hands-on journey highlighting the use of technology in various settings, including small honors sections of mathematical biology, mid-sized sections of differential equations, and large sections of calculus. Course materials, including a list of WWW sites, will be provided.
The introduction of technology into mathematics instruction at the University of South Carolina has largely been a matter of individual initiative, to some extent supported by the department, and more enthusiastically supported by the higher administration, but not systematically coordinated or assessed. This has had both advantages and disadvantages: on the negative side, progress has not been as fast as some of us would have liked, but on the positive side we have not been locked into large commitments and expensive failures. Thus to see a major impact of technology on instruction we had to introduce it into the freshman and sophomore service courses. Several other factors were also at work. Various faculty both in the Mathematics Department and the other departments that it serves became interested in curricular reform. Maple, once solely a research tool, became much more user friendly and amenable to instructional use, and could be purchased under a university wide site license. The NSF, the Lilly Foundation, and a host of other funding agencies began to support instructional innovation, and publications resulting from this support, including new texts, began to appear.

127. Orbital Library
A class library providing objectoriented representations and algorithms for logic, mathematics and artificial intelligence. It comprises theorem proving, computer algebra, search and planning, as well as learning algorithms.
Orbital library
The Orbital library is a class library providing object-oriented representations and algorithms for logic, mathematics and artificial intelligence. It comprises theorem proving, computer algebra, search and planning, as well as machine learning algorithms. Generally speaking, the conceptual idea behind the Orbital library is to provide extensional services and components for Java, which surround the heart of many scientific applications. Hence the name Orbital library. In order to satisfy the requirements of high reusability, the design of this foundation class library favors flexibility, conceptual simplicity and generalisation. So many sophisticated problems can be solved easily with its adaptable components. See the summary of features , and the review document for more information. However, for a closer look, refer to the online documentation . As a brief overview of the documentation, also refer to the hints recommending very important classes You can get this Java library and its documentation here:

128. ATLAST Book Of Computer Exercises
ATLAST computer Exercises for Linear algebra. Edited by Steven Leon, Eugene Herman, and Richard Faulkenberry. PrenticeHall, 1997.
ATLAST Computer Exercises for Linear Algebra
Edited by Steven Leon Eugene Herman , and Richard Faulkenberry Prentice-Hall The ATLAST collection of computer exercises represents the best creative efforts of the more than 350 faculty members who participated in the thirteen ATLAST workshops offered between 1992 and 1995. Workshop participants designed computer exercises and projects suitable for use in undergraduate linear algebra courses. From the entire ATLAST database of materials, the editors have selected a comprehensive set of exercises covering all aspects of the first course in linear algebra. Each chapter is divided into two sections. The first section consists of shorter exercises and the second section consists of longer projects. The computer exercises are all based on MATLAB . A unique feature of MATLAB is that it is the only major mathematical software package that is based almost entirely on matrices. A collection of MATLAB routines (M-files) has been developed to accompany this book. Many of these routines are designed to give visual illustrations of important linear algebra concepts such as coordinate systems, linear transformations, and eigenvalues. Other M-files illustrate visual applications such as using linear transformations for computer animations or using matrix factorizations for digital imaging. Still other M-files can be used to generate special structured matrices. Students are then challenged to discover properties of the special matrices.

129. Macaulay
Macaulay is a computer algebra system for mathematical computations in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. At its core is a carefully tuned implementation of Grobner basis methods for manipulating systems of polynomial equations.

130. ATLAST Project
The Second Edition of the ATLAST book is now available. The second edition of ATLAST computer Exercises for Linear algebra is now available.
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The Second Edition of the ATLAST book is now available. The second edition of ATLAST Computer Exercises for Linear Algebra is now available. Instructors should contact their Prentice-Hall sales representatives to obtain copies and ordering information. The ATLAST book can be used in conjunction with any Linear Algebra textbook. The new edition contains more exercises and projects plus new and updated M-files. Special Deal - The ATLAST book is being offered as a bundle with the Linear Algebra with Applications, 6th ed. , by Steven J. Leon. The two book bundle is offered at the same price as the Leon textbook alone, so the ATLAST book is essentially free! The ISBN for the two book bundle is Download the M-files for the second edition.
is a trademark for the MATLAB software distributed by the Mathworks of Natick, MA.
The ATLAST M-files are add-on MATLAB programs. The M-files that accompany the second edition of the ATLAST book are fully compatible with version 6.5 of MATLAB. About a dozen new M-files were developed for the second edition. Click on the link below to download a zip file containing the complete collection of M-files for the second edition. Download M-files for second edition.

131. 1995 IMACS Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
First IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; 1619 May 1995.
1995 IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
May 16-19, 1995
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Contents: Further information about IMACS is available, as well as the IMACS calendar of events . There is also information on joining IMACS and the ACA Technical Group You can also find out about the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New Mexico as well as about other places in New Mexico For more information on symbolic computing or computer algebra, consult the

132. - Home
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133. ECCAD 2004 .::. East Coast Computer Algebra Day
ECCAD, East Coast computer algebra Day, is an annual oneday conference that provides opportunities to learn and share new developments and to present research
May 8th, 2004 @ Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
ECCAD , East Coast Computer Algebra Day, is an annual one-day conference that provides opportunities to learn and share new developments and to present research results in the area of Symbolic Computation. ECCAD 2004 , will be held on Saturday, May 8 th and is hosted by the Computer Algebra Research Group Department of Physics and Computer Science Wilfrid Laurier University Waterloo , Ontario, Canada. Previous ECCAD conference homepages can be consulted at:
  • Tuesday, June 1, 2004: e-ECCAD'2004 An Electronic Conference in Computer Algebra
    Monday, May 3, 2004: Directions to the ECCAD'2004 conference building:

    • ECCAD'2004 will be held in the Laurier Faculty of Science Building, Room N1001, Ground Floor. The Laurier Faculty of Science Building is located on King Street North, close to the King Street North and University Avenue West intersection in Waterloo. Taxi drivers (and everybody else in Waterloo) refer commonly to this intersection as "King and University".
    • The mailing address of the Laurier Faculty of Science Building is "75 University Avenue West" but the two entrances to the building (which are closer to room N1001) are actually on King Street, directly across the street from Lodge Street.
  • 134. Mrs. King's Mater Dei Page
    Teacher at Mater Dei H.S., Santa Ana, CA. Student and parent resources. AP Calculus, Intermediate algebra, AP computer Science. Homework links. Study tips.

    Mrs. King
    was a teacher at Mater Dei High School
    She taught at MDHS from Sept. 1983 until June 2001.
    She was also an alumna of MDHS class of 1979. I have not had much time to update this portion of my website, but will be doing so over the next several months. I will be leaving up the pages that some people use as reference material, and trimming away some of the obsolete material that is no longer relevant, since I am no longer teaching at that school.
    During the 2000-2001 school year I taught:
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    Math for Morons Like Us: Tutorials, quizzes and discussion boards for math from PreAlgebra up through Calculus Print a sheet of graph paper.
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    135. A Bibliography Of Computer Algebra
    A Bibliography of computer algebra. This bibliography is a part of the computer Science Bibliography Collection. A Bibliography of computer algebra.
    The Collection of
    Computer Science Bibliographies Up: Bibliographies on Mathematics Collection Home
    A Bibliography of Computer Algebra
    About Browse Statistics Number of references: Last update: December 14, 1992 Number of online publications: Supported: no Most recent reference: Info: Version 1.3 Search the Bibliography Query: Options case insensitive Case Sensitive partial word(s) exact online papers only Results Citation BibTeX Count Only Maximum of matches Help on: [ Syntax Options Improving your query Query examples
    Boolean operators: and and or . Use to group boolean subexpressions.
    Example: (specification or verification) and asynchronous Information on the Bibliography
    (email mangled to prevent spamming)
    CRESS, York University, North York, Ontario, M3J 1P3, Canada
    Author Comments:
    Please send comments, corrections, and especially additions to Mike Clarkson. This file is organized alphabetically by the first author's name. The exception is PROCEEDINGS which are at the send of the file which are ordered by the conference acronym. The key is the first author's last name followed by the year of publication, ie. Foo1987. If there is more than one such key, the first reference key is Foo1987a, etc. In some cases where the year is not known, the year part of the key may be left out, or set to 1999.
    Browsing the bibliography

    136. GiNaC Is Not A CAS
    An open framework for symbolic computation within the C++ programming language. The name GiNaC is an iterated and recursive abbreviation for GiNaC is Not a CAS , where CAS stands for computer algebra System. Its design is revolutionary in a sense that contrary to other CAS it does not try to provide extensive algebraic capabilities and a simple programming language but instead accepts a given language (C++) and extends it by a set of algebraic capabilities. It is published under the GNU Public License (GPL).
    Anti Software Patents Demonstration
    Stop the nonsense, Stop the fraud!
    For the last few years the European Patent Office (EPO) has, contrary to the letter and spirit of the existing law, granted more than 30000 patents on computer-implemented rules of organisation and calculation (programs for computers). Now Europe's patent movement is pressing to consolidate this practise by writing a new law. Some of these patents may be impossible to work around, because they are broad or because they are part of communication standards. Evidence from economic studies Advances in software are advances in abstraction. While traditional patents were for concrete and physical inventions , software patents cover ideas means of trapping data in an emulated environment When software is patentable, anything is patentable! For more information about software patents in Europe, visit this website: G i N a C is an iterated and recursive acronym for G iNaC i s N ot a C AS, where CAS stands for C omputer A lgebra S ystem. It is designed to allow the creation of integrated systems that embed symbolic manipulations together with more established areas of computer science (like computation- intense numeric applications, graphical interfaces, etc.) under one roof. It is distributed under the terms and conditions of the GNU general public license ( GPL It has been specifically developed to become a replacement engine for xloops which is up to now powered by the Maple CAS. However, it is not restricted to high energy physics applications. Its design is revolutionary in a sense that contrary to other CAS it does not try to provide extensive algebraic capabilities and a simple programming language but instead accepts a given language (C++) and extends it by a set of algebraic capabilities.

    137. 1997 IMACS Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
    3rd IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra. Aston Wailea Resort, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, USA; 2426 July 1997.
    1997 IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
    International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
    Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
    Aston Wailea Resort
    Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, USA
    July 24-26, 1997
    General Chair Michael Wester
    Program Chairs Jacques Calmet Vladimir Gerdt
    Local Arrangements Stanly Steinberg Nicolas Robidoux
    Partially supported by
    Albuquerque Resource Center
    IBM Research
    Maui High Performance Computing Center
    National Security Agency
    NOTE: PASCO'97 (Second International Symposium on Parallel Symbolic Computation) and ISSAC'97 (International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation) will be held just previous to this meeting (July 20-22 and July 21-23, respectively) also at the Aston Wailea Resort. Contents:

    138. Computer Algebra
    computer algebra, Symbolic Computing, and Mathematica. If you have to deal with vector or tensor differential equations, you will
    Hong Qin Hi, as you can see, I am yet another victim of computer and internet. Staff Research Physicist Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University
    Computer Algebra, Symbolic Computing, and Mathematica
    • If you have to deal with vector or tensor differential equations, you will find this computer algebra package useful, General Vector Analysis.
      • Symbolic Vector Analysis (PostScript and PDF) A demo (PostScript) Symbolic Vector Analysis in Plasma Physics (Mathematica notebook) To get the package, send me an email at I will email the latest version it to you. I did not put it here, because I am still working on it.

    139. CANdiensten - Your Partner In Mathematics And Statistics
    Commercial offshoot of CAN (computer algebra Nederland) specialising in software, courses and consultancy in mathematics and statistics.

    140. Computer Algebra Systems
    computer algebra systems. ili Sustavi racunalne algebre. Multiplevalued complex functions and computer algebra (by Helmer Aslaksen).
    Computer algebra systems
    ili Sustavi racunalne algebre
    CAS: Maple i preostala dva velika `M'
    A book on Maple
    Wester's thesis
    Some CAS reviews
    A Review of CAS Mathematical Capabilities (by Michael Wester)
    Multiple-valued complex functions and computer algebra (by Helmer Aslaksen)
    Review of Symbolic Software for Lie Symmetries (by W. Hereman)
    Does Axiom Solve Systems of ODE's Like Mathematica? (Nicolas Robidoux)
    Wester's test suite in MuPAD 1.2.2 (by Paul Zimmermann)
    Some CAS links:



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