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  1. College Algebra And Computer Tutor Cd-rom And Student Solutions Manual, Fourth Edition And Smarthinking by Aufmann, 2002-09-24
  2. Q-Series from a Contemporary Perspective: Ams-Ims-Siam Joint Summer Research Conference on Q-Series, Combinatorics, and Computer Algebra, June 21-25, 1998, ... South Hadley (Contemporary Mathematics)
  3. College Algebra: Concepts And Models Computer Tutor, Windows Format With Chapter, Third Edition by Ron Larson, 2000-06-13
  4. EUROCAL '87: European Conference on Computer Algebra, Leipzig, GDR, June 2-5, 1987. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  5. Computers in Algebra and Number Theory (Siam-Ams Proceedings, V. 4) by G. Birkhoff, 1971-06
  6. Computer Algebra: Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (Computing. Supplementum)
  7. Explorations in Calculus With a Computer Algebra System (International Series in Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Donald B. Small, 1991-01-01
  8. Thinking Machines: A Layman's Introduction to Logic, Boolean Algebra, and Computers by Irving Adler, 1962
  9. Boolean Algebra with Computer Applications by Gerald E. Williams, 1970-02-27
  10. Macalgebra: Basic Algebra on the Macintosh (Computers and Math Series) by Marvin Marcus, Rebecca Marcus, 1985-12
  11. The Church Rosser property in computer algebra and special theorem proving: An investigation of critical pair, completion algorithms (Dissertationen der Johannes Kepler-Universitat Linz) by Franz Winkler, 1984
  12. EUROCAL '85. European Conference on Computer Algebra. Linz, Austria, April 1-3, 1985. Proceedings: Volume 1: Invited Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  13. Algebraic Computing in General Relativity: Lecture Notes from the First Brazilian School on Computer Algebra Volume 2 (Oxford Science Publications) by M. A. H. MacCallum, J. E. Skea, et all 1995-01-19
  14. Computer Algebra and Parallelism (Computational Mathematics and Applications Series) by J. Della Dora, J. Fitch, 1990-01

81. The Yacas Computer Algebra System
A general purpose easy program for It is built on top of its own programming language designed for symbolic manipulation of math symbols. Includes information on how to use the software.
http://yacas.sourceforge.net/
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

82. DERIVE Specialists Chartwell-Yorke - Mathematics Software And Books For Educatio
Derive 5 computer algebra software is available as a free 30day trial download from Chartwell-Yorke. Derive books are also here.
http://www.chartwellyorke.com/derive.html

83. 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
http://www.cargo.wlu.ca/eccad2004/
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: http://www.cis.udel.edu/~saunders/eccad/
  • 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.
  • 84. SONAD'2000, ECCAD'2000
    Research Centre for computer algebra, University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada; 13 May 2000.
    http://www.orcca.on.ca/eccad2000/
    Southern Ontario Numerical Analysis Day May 12, 2000 East Coast Computer Algebra Day May 13, 2000 University of Western Ontario
    London, Ontario, Canada
    SONAD
    and ECCAD are annual regional workshops that provide opportunities to learn of new developments and to present research results in the areas of numerical analysis and symbolic mathematical computation. The two workshops are hosted by the Ontario Research Centre for Computer Algebra at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.
    Activities For SONAD, the planned activities include invited presentations, and short talks on current research topics. Graduate students are especially invited to give such talks.
    For ECCAD, the planned activities include invited presentations, and two posters sessions offering an opportunity to present timely research in an informal environment.
    Organizing Committee General Chair (SONAD)
    Rob Corless
    Department of Applied Mathematics
    University of Western Ontario
    London ON N6A 5B7
    CANADA rcorless@julian.uwo.ca

    85. ACA 2004-LAMAR UNIVERSITY
    Password. New Registration. Welcome to ACA2004. The 10th International Conference on. Applications of computer algebra. July 21-23, 2004. Beaumont, Texas, USA.
    http://buchberger.cs.lamar.edu/ACA2004/index.jsp

    86. Symbmath.com: Online Math Handbook
    Online calculator, math handbook, symbolic math and computer algebra System.
    http://www.symbmath.com
    Symbmath.com: online math handbook
    math software, math handbook, computer algebra system
    math software, math handbook, computer algebra system
    Click here to enter http://www.drhuang.com/indexmath.htm mydomain.com - Register your domain name

    87. Computer Algebra Links
    math, computer algebra Links. Links, CAIN Europe (computer algebra Information Network) (note the changed URL http//www.riaca.win.tue.nl/CAN/);
    http://www.science.uva.nl/research/math/Links/compalg/
    Home People Research News ... Contact Us Computer Algebra Links Links

    88. Algebra And Number Theory
    Based at the Technische Universit├é┬Ąt, Berlin. Producers of KANT/KASH, a computer algebra system for sophisticated computations in algebraic number fields.
    http://www.math.tu-berlin.de/algebra/
    Algebra and Number Theory
    The KANT Group
    The KANT Group: [members] [publications] [database] ...
    KASH/KANT - computer algebra system
    Immanuel Kant The KANT functions are accessible through a user-friendly shell named KASH (KAnt SHell) which is freely available. You can pick up the current release of KASH using ftp
    webkash
    Most of the functionality of KASH is also available through a web interface.
    KANT Database
    The KANT database of more than 1.3 million number fields can be accessed through a web interface and through the computer algebra system KASH/KANT
    Publications
    You can download the publications of members of the KANT Group. Last modified: 2004-05-24 20:37

    89. Computer Algebra System
    computer algebra system. A computer algebra system (CAS) is a software that facilitates symbolic mathematics. Typically, these systems
    http://www.fact-index.com/c/co/computer_algebra_system.html
    Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
    Computer algebra system
    A computer algebra system (CAS) is a software that facilitates symbolic mathematics . Typically, these systems include
    • arbitrary precision ( bignum ) arithmetic, allowing for instance to evaluate pi to 10,000 digits. symbolic manipulation engine, to simplify algebraic expressions, differentiate and integrate functions and solve equations graphing facility, to produce graphs of functions, typically in two and three dimensions linear algebra subsystem, to allow matrix computations and solving of systems of linear equations high level programming language , allowing users to implement their own algorithms
    The study of algorithms useful for computer algebra systems is known as computer algebra The run-time of numerical programs implemented in computer algebra systems is normally longer than that of equivalent programs implemented in systems such as MATLAB GNU Octave or directly in C , because the computer algebra languages are often interpreted and the bignum system may cause overhead. (Note that MATLAB and Octave are interpreted also.)
    History
    Computer algebra systems began to appear in the early , and evolved out of research into artificial intelligence (the fields are now regarded as largely separate). The first popular systems were Reduce, Derive and Macsyma which are still commercially available; a

    90. 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.
    http://www.math.sc.edu/~murphy/reno96/
    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:
    Abstract:
    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.
    Overview:
    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.

    91. 2001 Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra (ACA'2001)
    2001 IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra, Technical Vocational Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. 31 May 3 June 2001.
    http://math.unm.edu/ACA/2001/2001.html
    2001 Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
    ACA'2001: An Albuquerque odyssey ...
    May 31-June 3, 2001
    Technical Vocational Institute
    Albuquerque New Mexico , USA
    ACA'2001 will be held jointly with the NMMATYC (New Mexico Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges) 12th Annual Conference , which will be held June 1-3 at also at TVI
    Organizers:
    General Chair Bill Pletsch
    Program Chair Stanly Steinberg
    Dis Organizer Michael Wester Description of the Meeting Scientific Committee Albuquerque Attractions ... Registered Attendees Complete Program ( Word PDF PDF Electronic Proceedings The ACA meetings are organized as a series of Special Sessions . To propose a special session, please send
    • the names of the organizers, email addresses of the organizers, the title of the special session, a short abstract describing the special session, and a list of proposed speakers
    to the chair of the Scientific Committee, Stanly Steinberg (see the instructions for Organizing a Special Session ). The Scientific Committee will review the proposal. Selected papers will be considered for publication in the Journal of Symbolic Computation
    Sponsors/Collaborators:
    Further information about IMACS is available as well as information on joining IMACS and the ACA Technical Group.

    92. 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.
    http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/sjt/Atypical/
    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

    93. NETCA: UK Network In Computer Algebra
    NETCA UK Network in computer algebra. This is the home page for the UK Network in computer algebra, NETCA, which is supported by EPSRC.
    http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/research/groups/tcs/netca/
    NETCA: UK Network in Computer Algebra
    Hosted at the University of Kent
    The NEW Netca page will be located at:
    http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/projects/netca/

    and all content will be migrated to this new url in due course.
    January 2003 meeting at Danbury
    This is the home page for the UK Network in Computer Algebra, NETCA, which is supported by EPSRC . To join the net-ca mailing list sent the message subscribe net-ca to list-manager@ukc.ac.uk
    Participating departments
    Instructional workshops
    The NETCA network will organise a number of instructional workshops in the UK. It is envisaged that a workshop focussing on computational algebra will be held in St Andrews in 2003.
    Organisations
    Systems
    This page is maintained by Simon Thompson , to whom any comments should be sent.

    94. Department Of Computer Algebra
    Department of computer algebra. Members, research projects and computer algebra resources. Site in Hungarian and English.
    http://compalg.inf.elte.hu/
    Tartalom:
    Komputeralgebra honlap

    H-1117 Budapest Telefon:
    Mail:
    1518 Budapest Pf. 32. Fax:

    95. Computer Algebra
    computer algebra, Symbolic Computing, and Mathematica. If you have to deal with vector or tensor differential equations, you will
    http://w3.pppl.gov/~hongqin/computerAlgebra.htm
    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 hongqin@pppl.gov. I will email the latest version it to you. I did not put it here, because I am still working on it.

    96. CAS-CAT Project
    University of Melbourne. Investigating the changes that regular access to calculators equipped with a computer algebra system will have on senior mathematics subjects, including curriculum, teaching methods and associated assessment in Victoria, Australia.
    http://www.edfac.unimelb.edu.au/DSME/CAS-CAT/
    The CAS-CAT Team Investigators: Kaye Stacey Gary Asp Helen Chick David Leigh-Lancaster ... Barry McCrae Project Team: Lynda Ball Peter Flynn Associate Investigators: Margaret Kendal Robyn Pierce Gloria Stillman Project Schools: There are three volunteer project schools involved in the study. For the duration of the study, each project school will be provided with CAS calculators. Hewlett Packard, Shriro Australia (CASIO) and Texas Instruments will each provide calculators for one of the project schools. Funding: Australian Research Grant Strategic Partnerships with Industry Scheme. Industry Partners: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (formerly Board of Studies), Texas Instruments, Hewlett-Packard, Shriro Australia (CASIO) Further Information:
    Lynda Ball
    Department of Science and Mathematics Education
    The University of Melbourne
    VIC 3010
    Tel: +61 3 8344-8528
    Facsimile: +61 3 8344-8739
    Email: lball@unimelb.edu.au

    97. Computer Algebra And Computer Analysis
    Session computer algebra and Computer Analysis at the 3rd International ISAAC Congress, Berlin, Germany 2025 August 2001.
    http://www.mathematik.uni-kassel.de/~koepf/ISAAC2001/CA.html
    Session Computer Algebra and Computer Analysis
    at the
    3rd International ISAAC Congress , Berlin, Germany
    20-25 August 2001.
    Photo of the session participants
    Photo of the plenary speaker Michael Singer

    Conference Photo (1347 kB)
    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 http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/~isaac The Second Announcement with further information and a registration form can be obtained from http://www.mathematik.uni-kassel.de/~koepf/ISAAC2001/secannounce.html 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 ( gatermann@zib.de ) and Wolfram Koepf , Kassel ( koepf@mathematik.uni-kassel.de 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)

    98. MAS - The Modula-2 Algebra System
    MAS is an experimental computer algebra system with algebraic specification capabilities for the design and study of algebraic algorithms. Downloads, documentation.
    http://www.fmi.uni-passau.de/algebra/projects/mas.php3
    Lehrstuhl Prof. Weispfenning Sunday 06 Jun 2004 06:41
    MAS - The Modula-2 Algebra System
    The current version of MAS is 1.00, released 27 Oct 1996. http://www.fmi.uni-passau.de/algebra/projects/mas.php3 Validate A. Seidl

    99. The Math Forum - Math Library - Computer Algebra
    This page contains sites relating to computer algebra. Slides for a series of talks on holonomic functions and computer algebra more .
    http://mathforum.org/library/topics/computer_alg/
    Browse and Search the Library
    Home
    Math Topics Applications/Connections Sciences ... Computer Science : Computer Algebra

    Library Home
    Search Full Table of Contents Suggest a Link ... Library Help
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  • Computer Algebra Information Network (CAIN)
    A server providing information about Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, set up by the European SAC (Symbolic and Algebraic Computation) Network. The site maintains bibliographies, supports electronic newsletters, and announces current conferences, software releases, job opportunities, and books about computer algebra. Also available are archives of sites providing computer algebra educational material for elementary through graduate school students; sites illustrating the application of computer algebra to scientific research; links to commercial computer algebra systems; introductory Maple tutorials and courses. The Virtual Computer Algebra Library offers tutorials, algorithms, implementations in computer algebra systems, applications and literature for topics in computer algebra. more>>
  • Computer Algebra Information Network (CAIN) Europe
    CAIN Europe is a server providing all kinds of information about Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. It is set up by eight teams in the framework of the European SAC Network and maintained by CAN/Riaca (Computer Algebra Nederland). News; Announcements; Teams and People; Systems and Packages; Literature; European Projects in Symbolic and Algebraic Computation; Newcomers in Computer Algebra; Education; Applications in Computer Algebra; The Virtual Computer Algebra Library.
  • 100. East Coast Computer Algebra Day 2002
    City University of New York, Long Island City, New York, USA; 18 May 2002,.
    http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/Mathematics/ECCAD2002/default.htm

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