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         Computer Algebra:     more books (100)
  1. Introduction to Process Algebra (Texts in Theoretical Computer Science. An EATCS Series) by Wan Fokkink, 2000-02-03
  2. Physics with MAPLE: The Computer Algebra Resource for Mathematical Methods in Physics (Physics Textbook) by Frank Y. Wang, 2006-04-17
  3. Linear Algebra with Computer Applications (Pure and Applied Mathematics,) by Ronald I. Rothenberg, 1983-01
  4. Proceedings of the Conference on Ordered Structures and Algebra of Computer Languages, Hong Kong, 26-29 June 1991 by K. P. Shum, Pong C. Yuen, 1993-08
  5. Modular Algorithms in Symbolic Summation and Symbolic Integration (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Jürgen Gerhard, 2005-01-12
  6. Analysis of Complex Nonlinear Mechanical Systems: A Computer Algebra Assisted Approach by Martin Lesser, 2000-10
  7. Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Mathematical Methods by Joel S. Cohen, 2003-01
  8. Applications of Geometric Algebra in Computer Science and Engineering
  9. Computer Algebra with LISP and REDUCE: An Introduction to Computer-Aided Pure Mathematics (Mathematics and Its Applications) by F. Brackx, D. Constales, 1991-10-04
  10. Computer Algebra Systems: A Practical Guide
  11. Computer Algebra Methods for Equivariant Dynamical Systems (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by Karin Gatermann, 2000-04-26
  12. Universal Algebra and Applications in Theoretical Computer Science by Klaus Denecke, Shelly L. Wismath, 2002-01-18
  13. Quantum Mechanics Using Computer Algebra: Includes Sample Programs for Reduce, Maple, Mathematica and C++ by Willi-Hans Steeb, 1994-10
  14. Rational Algebraic Curves: A Computer Algebra Approach (Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics) by J. Rafael Sendra, Franz Winkler, et all 2007-11-08

21. Computer Algebra And Problem Solving Environments
Abstract for Stanly Steinberg's article in Comparative CAS Reviews and Philosophy , suggesting 6 ways in which computer algebra systems could be improved.
Computer Algebra and Problem Solving Environments
Stanly Steinberg
in Comparative CAS Reviews and Philosophy , organized by Michael Wester
Problem Solving Environments provide a promising new approach for solving modeling problems that occur in engineering and science [1]. Such environments will provide easy access to integrated symbolic and numeric computing and this will greatly enhance the tools available to modelers. However, this will place new demands on computer algebra systems.
  • It is important to have a true paper and pencil system. Such systems will not assume that the user wishes to compute something, but that the user wishes to reason about some problem and then, possibly later, either compute something numerically or symbolically. The attitude of "I know the chain rule and will use it if I can" must be replaced by a system that can apply the chain rule in the standard way, or apply it in reverse, and have tools for helping decide which is appropriate. Clearly, heuristic reasoning systems are critical. Computer algebra systems should be able to write both numerical and symbolic programs in their own language. It will then be a relatively simple matter to translate such programs to other languages. In some sense this can be done in all CASs, but the available utilities are not helpful. This will be illustrated by some work the author is doing on a problem solving environment called SciNapse.
  • 22. Maxima - Computer Algebra Links
    Other open source CAS. Maxima a sophisticated computer algebra systemHomeFAQDocsScreen ShotsDownloadReport BugsProject Axiom is an extremely powerful computer algebra system with a slightly
    Maxima - a sophisticated computer algebra system Home FAQ Docs Screen Shots ... Mail Lists
    Other Open Source Computer Algebra Systems
    Axiom is an extremely powerful computer algebra system with a slightly different philosophy than Maxima. It was commercial for many years and was discontinued - Tim Daly contacted the owners and they agreed to release the code under an open license. The team at savannah is working on cleaning up the code to create a working system before releasing the code to the public.
    Yacas is a young project attempting to create a new CAS.
    Information about Computer Algebra Systems
    A very good starting point to learn about symbolic computation and computer algebra systems.

    23. Webserver
    Fermat, computer algebra System Compare Your computer algebra System. Take the Fermat Tests! September 25, 2003. Fermat Very Impressive in Comparison of computer algebra Systems.
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    24. DLMF: Computer Algebra
    Chapter CA. computer algebra. Obsolete. This page is obsolete. Synopsis (about chapter status)
    Chapter CA Computer Algebra
    This page is obsolete.
    Synopsis (about chapter status)
    Integration; Summation; Mixed multiple integrals and sums; Linear differential equations for special functions; Linear difference equations for special functions; Asymptotic expansions and approximations; Specific manipulations; Guessing.
    Last Modified Wed, Jun 2, 2004

    25. School Of Physics - Computational Physics 2
    Simulation and modelling are usually taught by stressing numerical techniques this course focuses on using symbolic or computer algebra in particular, using Mathematica.
    School of Physics Faculty Home School Home Search UWA Website This Site People UWA Expert Structure Intranet for Welcome
    Information For

    Prospective Students
    Current Students ... Contact Us
    Computational Physics 2
    The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.
    — Richard Hamming The broad categories of computational physics are simulation, visualisation and modelling. At a finer scale, computational physics embraces a wide range of areas including numerical methods, algorithms and data analysis. Simulation and modelling are usually taught by stressing numerical techniques — this course focuses on using symbolic or computer algebra — in particular, using Mathematica The objectives of this course are:
  • to use computers as an aid to understanding real physical systems; to learn efficient methods for the analysis of these systems.
  • Computational Experiments 1
    This course is a "hands-on" laboratory style course consisting of 5 assignments worth a total of 60%. The final (take-home) exam makes up the remaining 40%. The zeroth Notebook gives an overview of the course:

    26. Computer Algebra Benchmark Initiative
    computer algebra Benchmark Initiative. Directory of Activities. This page contains references to benchmark activities in computer algebra.
    Computer Algebra Benchmark Initiative
    Directory of Activities
    This page contains references to benchmark activities in computer algebra. The content was compiled from the results of the Benchmark Meeting at ISSAC'98 . Please send an e-mail to me to get your activities included in this list.
    Breadth and Scope Benchmarks

    27. 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.

    28. ACA'2002: 8th International Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
    MAPLE OTE, Greek Telecommunications Organization UTH, University of Thessaly, Kedavros Centaur ONTARIO RESEARCH CENTRE FOR computer algebra (ORCCA) Alpha Bank
    General Chairs Alkiviadis G. Akritas Ilias S. Kotsireas Administrative Assistance: Mrs Theodora Terlexi Program Chairs Victor Edneral Eugenio Roanes-Lozano Organizing Committee Stanly Steinberg Michael Wester Local Arrangements Committee: Panagiotis Germanis Thomas Kylindris Maria Papalexandri Yiannis Parassidis ... Important Dates ACA'2002 Official Sponsors: Conference e-mail: Conference Phone Numbers: + 30 421 074886 , CELL PHONES IN GREECE (097-3941000, 0945-842296) , + 1 519 5891323 Join the ACA mailing list Conference Poster

    29. HartMath Java Computer Algebra Tool :: Developing A Java Based Mathematics Syste
    An experimental computer algebra system written in Java and available free under GPL.
    @import url("themes/FunkyDelic/style/style.css"); Main Menu Home

    Your Account

    PDF documentation

    MathML BLOG/Wiki
    Testpage (

    Development (Java 1.3)
    Project Page


    Feature Requests
    Discussion Forum ... CVS Nightly Drop Applet (Java 1.1) Main applet A Quick Tour Some Functions Linear Algebra Other options FAQ Members List Recommend Us Search ... Web Links Who's online There are currently, 1 guest(s) and member(s) online. You are an anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here Select language Select interface language: English German Welcome to HartMath Java Computer Algebra Tool About HartMath HartMath is an experimental computer algebra system written in Java. It is available free under GNU public license. Some of the features are:
    • Big Number Arithmetic Symbolic Computations: Add, Multiply, Pow, Sin, Cos, ... Symbolic Derivatives, Expands, Polynomials, Vectors, Matrices ... List Functions: Append, Prepend, Map, Apply, Table ... Plot Functions Numeric Functions Pattern Matching Rules Pure functions
    In the current beta version you can install HartMath as a standalone Java 2 application.

    ZCA Home Page Centre for computer algebra. Welcome. The goal of the centre is to advance and to support the use of computer algebra in industry, research, and teaching.

    31. ZCA: Reports On Computer Algebra
    Reports on computer algebra. The ZCA publishes the series Reports on computer algebra whose papers are listed below. A bibliography
    Reports on Computer Algebra
    The ZCA publishes the series Reports on Computer Algebra whose papers are listed below. A bibliography in BibTex format of the papers published in this series can be downloaded from here . For papers not available on-line or for other request, please contact Christoph Lossen who is the current coordinator of the series.
    Dynamic Modules in SINGULAR.
    December 2003.
    Greuel, G.-M.; Lossen, C.; Schulze, M.
    Three Algorithms in Algebraic Geometry, Coding Theory, and Singularity Theory.

    March 2001.
    Postscript BibTeX
    Greuel, G.-M.
    Applications of Computer Algebra to Algebraic Geometry, Singularity Theory and Symbolic-Numerical Solving.

    June 2000.
    Postscript BibTeX
    Greuel, G.-M.
    Computer Algebra and Algebraic Geometry - Achievements and Perspectives.
    Feb 2000. HTML Postscript BibTeX
    Siebert, T. Recursive Computation of Free Resolutions and a Generalized Koszul Complex. Jan 2000. HTML Postscript BibTeX
    The S ... Project: Towards an Electronic Repository of Tools and Data for Benchmarks of Computer Algebra Software. Jan 2000. HTML Postscript BibTeX
    B. Reinert.

    32. Centre For Teaching Mathematics, University Of Plymouth, UK
    The International Journal of computer algebra in Mathematics Education (IJCAME). ISSN 13627368. (formerly the International DERIVE Journal). Aims and Scope.

    33. 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.

    34. 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

    35. 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 64069. Besucher. ACDCA - Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra

    36. 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?

    37. 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:

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

    39. 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.

    40. 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.

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