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  1. Thinking Machines: A Layman's Introduction to Logic, Boolean Algebra, and Computers. by Irving. Adler, 1974-06
  2. Mathematics for Computer Algebra by Maurice Mignotte, 1991-12
  3. Singularities and Computer Algebra (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)
  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. Prentice Hall Algebra Computer Item Generator
  11. Computer Simulation and Computer Algebra: Lectures for Beginners by D. Stauffer, F. W. Hehl, et all 1993-08
  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. ACA'98, 1998 IMACS Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
4th IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra. Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic; 911 August 1998.
Mirrors: CTU, Prague, Europe and UNM, Albuquerque, USA
1998 IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
Czech Technical University

Czech Republic
August 9-11, 1998
Just before ISSAC'98 , August 13-15, Rostock, Germany
Ministry of Education of Czech Republic

Czech Technical University

Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering

Texas Instruments Inc.
... Wolfram Research Inc. General Chair Richard Liska Program Chairs Victor Edneral Organizing Committee Stanly Steinberg Michael Wester Local Arrangements: Jiri Limpouch Milan Sinor Petr Kapusta Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering ... Czech Technical University The meeting will focus on actual or possible applications of nontrivial computer algebra techniques to other fields and substantial interactions of computer algebra with other fields. Contents:

122. JSC Special Issue On Computer Algebra And Signal Processing
Special Issue on. computer algebra and Signal Processing. Various computer algebra systems have been utilized to implement these and related ideas.
Call for Papers
Journal of Symbolic Computation
Special Issue on
Computer Algebra and Signal Processing
Guest Editors: Jeremy Johnson, José Moura, Markus Püschel, Dan Rockmore
Beginning with Winograd's work on the arithmetic complexity of signal processing algorithms such as convolution, digital filtering, and the discrete Fourier transform, there has been much work devoted to the application of algebraic methods in the design and implementation of signal processing algorithms. Various computer algebra systems have been utilized to implement these and related ideas. More recently, ideas from group theory and multivariate polynomial algebra have been used to provide new insights into the mathematical structure of signal processing algorithms. These ideas have been successfully applied in the design of filters and signal transforms. As examples we mention the use of Groebner bases in wavelet design as well as the derivation of fast signal transforms using techniques from computational representation theory. Some recent results have been presented at the IMACS ACA'99 session on Applications of Computer Algebra to Signal Processing The object of this special issue is to compile state-of-the-art research in the application of computer algebra and algebraic techniques to signal processing. In addition this issue will provide a convenient reference on computer algebra tools for the signal processing community.

123. Chartwell-Yorke
computer algebra mathematics software (Derive 5 and LiveMath), Autograph for plotting, coordinate geometry and single variable statistics, CabriGeometre II dynamic geometry software, Fathom dynamic statistics, MathType equation editor.
Autograph - the ultimate graphing, coordinate geometry and single-variable statistics package. Lots of uses at KS3, KS4 and above. Version 3 available now (CD only - box and getting started guide to follow automatically when available). lets you dynamically explore Euclidean, transformational and coordinate geometry. Vectors, conics, equations of lines, much more. Strongly recommended for KS3 in particular, but with many uses at KS4 and above. Reviews. Come to the CabriWorld 2004 Conference in Rome. Derive 6 is a powerful computer algebra system for doing symbolic and numeric maths from school to professional level. Great value, compact and really easy to use. Arithmetic, Algebra, 2D and 3D plots, Calculus, Vector, Matrices, Sets, Programming. Particularly useful at KS4 and above. New version 6 shows calculus steps, exchanges data with TI calcs, has sliders to change values, and more. Demo Tutorials Reviews Fathom Dynamic Statistics software for data handling and statistics, specifically designed for education. Extensive sampling and simulation tools, hypothesis testing and estimation, over 200 data sets, infinite undo and redo, drag and grop data capture from Excel or internet, over 100 built-in functions, dozens of graph types. From the creators of

124. 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.
History Customer Service Privacy Policy Product Partners ...
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

125. Lecture Notes In Computer Algebra
Lecture Notes in computer algebra at NC State University. Dr. Hoon Hong s lectures on computer algebra (MA522, Fall 1999 and Fall 2001 combined)
Lecture Notes in Computer Algebra at NC State University
Fight the power: follow standards.
These notes are all currently in PDF format.
I typeset them using LyX.
If you would like a copy of them in LyX, L A T E X or PostScript format, email me. Dr. Agnes Szanto's lectures on Solving polynomial systems over the complex numbers (MA792K, Spring 2004):
Dr. Hoon Hong's lectures on Computer Algebra (MA522, Fall 1999 and Fall 2001 combined):
Please note: For Fall 2001, most of the notes will not be posted to this page. I have only posted notes which do not bear on projects students will have to do. If you would like a copy of Dr. Hong's notes, please email me.)

126. CASE Homepage
computer algebra Systems in Education (CASE). Newsletter. This site archives CASE newsletters. Professor Don Small is the Editor, and
Computer Algebra Systems in Education (CASE)
This site archives CASE newsletters. Professor Don Small is the Editor, and point of contact for questions. We are archiving issues after April, 1996. Other back issues may be obtained from the editor.
Past issues:
January, 1998 (as a Adobe PDF file free Adobe reader here October, 1997 April, 1996 USMA Home Page ... Department of Mathematical Sciences Home Page Updated 22 February 2000 by Webmaster

127. 1999 IMACS Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
5th IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra. Euroforum, El Escorial, Madrid, Spain; 2427 June 1999.
1999 IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
June 24-27, 1999 (scientific program June 25-27)
Euroforum, El Escorial (near Madrid), Spain
Addlink Software Cientifico
Sociedad Matematica Puig Adam
Texas Instruments
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Universidad Complutense de Madrid - Servicios Informaticos
Honorary President : Rafael Puyol (Rector of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid) General Chair Eugenio Roanes-Lozano (Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain) Program Chairs Victor Edneral (Moscow State Univ., Russia), Laureano Gonzalez-Vega (Univ. de Cantabria, Spain), Jaime Gutierrez (Univ. de Cantabria, Spain) Richard Liska (Czech Technical University, Czech Republic) Organizing Committee Stanly Steinberg (Univ. New Mexico, USA), Michael Wester (Cotopaxi, USA), Eugenio Roanes-Macias (Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

128. Applications Of Computer Algebra
Applications of computer algebra. The systematic contribution of computer algebra techniques to discrete signal processing is actively investigated.
Presentation All teams Next team
Applications of computer algebra
team leader : D. Pinchon
Permanent member
Jean-Paul Cardinal
Miloslav Grundmann

Didier Pinchon

Alain Rigal
Ph D students
Nadia Bendoula
Research interests
The activities of this theme deal with fields of applications where computer algebra, berore traditional numerical computations are performed, yield novel analysis and computation presentation methods methods. The following points have been and are still beeing studied in the laboratory.
Some fundamental properties of filters or filter banks, as for example the perfect reconstruction property, have an algebraic formulation that is difficult to handle numerically. The study with computer algebra of these algebraic equations leads to lattice filter banks as solutions: this includes structurally the desired property and its conservation when coefficient are quantified for a physical realization. This suject has been the subject of a contractual work with the CCETT and a new study is in progress on transmitter/receiver filter pairs with zero intersymbole interference. The systematic contribution of computer algebra techniques to discrete signal processing is actively investigated.
Basic queues for the modelization of ATM networks show random variables that are critical to estimate numerically: new methods from the computer algebra approach are introduced and they often give better results than the traditional approach with Markov chains. This theme is the subject of an informal thematic consultation with the CNET in Lannion and new developments are studied.

129. Codemist Ltd
Software provider in compilers and symbolic computation. The main products are the Norcroft C compiler and the computer algebra system Reduce, together with the Lisp system CSL/CCL. Demo versions available free for download.

130. Commutative Algebra, Singularities And Computer Algebra|KLUWER Academic Publishe
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Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Sinaia, Romania, 17-22 September 2002
edited by
Victor Vuletescu
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Romania
Book Series: NATO SCIENCE SERIES: II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Volume 115
Commutative Algebra, Singularities and Computer Algebra presents current trends in commutative algebra, algebraic combinatorics, singularity theory and computer algebra, and highlights the interaction between these disciplines. Contributions by leading international mathematicians thoroughly discuss topics in: modules theory, integrally closed ideals and determinantal ideals, singularities in projective spaces and Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity, Groebner and SAGBI basis, and the use of the computer packages Bergman, CoCoA and SINGULAR. Contents and Contributors
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht
Hardbound, ISBN 1-4020-1486-4

131. Computer Algebra (Gatermann)
Translate this page Einführung in Computeralgebrasysteme. Dieser Kurs wurde vom 25. September bis 6. Oktober 1995 an der Freien Universität Berlin von Karin Gatermann abgehalten.
zusammengepackt und kann in das eigene directory geladen werden (mit gtar xvfz CAkurs.tar.gz ausgepacken).
LinAlg Package Maple 5.3 (linalg.tex)

132. Felix
computer algebra system for computation in commutative and noncommutative rings and modules. Win32, Unix.
Authors Joachim Apel, Uwe Klaus Title Felix Short description Special computer algebra system for the computation in commutative and non-commutative rings and modules. The central method is Buchberger's algorithm and its generalizations to non-commutative rings, in particular to free k-algebras and algebras of solvable type. Among the implemented applications there are syzygy computations and basic ideal operations. Felix provides a complete programming language which in standard mode is interpreted but also on-line compiler and linker are included. Platforms
Windows, Windows NT, OS/2 Linux NetBSD Solaris
System requirements
PC with 80386 processor or higher SUN Sparc v8
Installation Guide More information/updates at
Computer algebra group at Leipzig university Felix's home
Contact e-mail:

133. ACA'2000: 6th IMACS Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
6th IMACS Conference on Applications of computer algebra. St. Petersburg, Russia; 2528 June 2000.
Mirrors: Steklov Institute of Mathematics at St.Petersburg, Russia and UNM, Albuquerque, USA
6th IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
St. Petersburg, Russia, June, 25-28, 2000 Steklov Institute of Mathematics at St.Petersburg
Euler International Mathematical Institute
St.Petersburg Mathematical Society
St.Petersburg State University
St. Petersburg Center for International Cooperation Sponsored by General Chair Nikolay Vassiliev Program Chairs Victor Edneral, Richard Liska, Michael Wester Organizing Committee Stanly Steinberg Michael Wester Yuri Matiyasevich Anatoly Vershik Local Arrangements: Elena Novikova Nikolay Mnev Vyacheslav Nesterov Sergei Slavyanov Scientific Committee:
Bruno Buchberger
RISC-Linz, Jacques Calmet Univ. of Karlsruhe, Arieh Cohen Eindhoven Univ.Tech, Rob Corless Univ. of Western Ontario, Andre Deprit Ntl. Bureau of Standarts, Sam Dooley IBM Yorktown Heights, Keith Geddes Univ. of Waterloo

134. Symbolic Computation Group Home Page
Research and development of algorithms for computer algebra, including both symbolic computation and hybrid symbolicnumeric computation. The algorithms developed are incorporated into the Maple computer algebra system. Publications, software, meetings, people.
The Symbolic Computation Group is a research group within the School of Computer Science in the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo , Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. SCG is affiliated with the Ontario Research Centre in Computer Algebra, ORCCA The director is George Labahn SCG has as its primary goal the research and development of algorithms for computer algebra, including both symbolic computation and hybrid symbolic-numeric computation. The algorithms developed are incorporated into the Maple computer algebra system. Some of the Symbolic Computation Group's main research interests include:
  • Symbolic Integration
  • Finding closed-form solutions for ordinary and partial differential equations
  • Developing hybrid symbolic-numeric algorithms for scientific computation.
  • Algebraic manipulation of differential and partial differential operators.
  • Rational approximation algorithms.
  • Symoblic and exact linear algebra.
The Symbolic Computation Group, through ORCCA, has positions available for
  • Postdoctoral Fellows
  • Research Associates
  • Graduate Student Research Assistants
  • Undergraduate student summer or co-op work terms
Further information is available at the ORCCA website or by contacting

135. Bosma, Wieb
Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. computer algebra and number theory. Research, publications, and past activities.
Wieb Bosma
Mathematisch Instituut
der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Postbus 9010, 6500 GL Nijmegen (postadres)
Toernooiveld 1, 6525 ED Nijmegen (bezoekadres)
The Netherlands
tel: +31-24-365 2311
fax: +31-24-365 2140 The above address is where I work as `universitair hoofddocent' computer algebra. If you can't reach me at work try me at home Research: Some of my present and past research interests, with some references to my publications: Teaching: During the Fall Semester of 2003 I teach: More on this and courses from previous years on my onderwijs page (in Dutch). In the Spring semester of 2004 I will teach:

136. 8th Rhine Workshop On Computer Algebra
Eighth Rhine Workshop on computer algebra. Mannheim, Germany; 2122 March 2002.
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137. CASA
computer algebra Software for constructive Algebraic geometry. Designed for performing computations and reasoning about geometric objects in classical algebraic geometry, in particular affine and projective algebraic geometry over an algebraically closed field of characteristic 0.
CASA Computer Algebra System for Algebraic Geometry
CASA is a special-purpose system for computational algebra and constructive algebraic geometry. The system has been developed since 1990. CASA is the ongoing product of the Computer Algebra Group at the Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC-Linz), the University of Linz, Austria, under the direction of Prof. Winkler. The system is built on the kernel of the widely used computer algebra system Maple. Introduction Requirements, Distribution And Contact CASA: A Quick Tour What Is New ... Bibliography

138. GIAC
Is A computer algebra system. A semiclassical CAS by Bernard Parisse, available for Windows, Linux.
Version francaise
Free computer algebra system: on line Giac/xcas project HP calculators
... Links
Giac/xcas, a free computer algebra system
Giac/Xcas is a free computer algebra system for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux/Unix. It has a compatibility mode for maple, mupad and the TI89. It is available as a standalone program (graphic or text interfaces) or as a C++ library. It's name is derived from GiNaC and means Giac Is A Computer algebra system.
Test the on-line version or download xcas for Windows Mac OS X Linux PC , or ARM
Incomplete documentation is available in English on-line or English PDF or Espanol on-line . More complete documentation is available in French
For more information on the Giac/xcas project, visit its homepage
CAS for the HP calculators
I'm the main author of the CAS of the HP49G, HP40G, HP49G+ and HP48GII calculators.
HP49G CAS source code
The source code of my contribution to the HP49G CAS is released under the LGPL license of the Free Software Foundation. If you want to modify the CAS on your calculator, please get the file

139. Eduscape
Company that develops computer software for algebra, calculus, and differential equations.
Eduscape is distance learning at its best.
Our objective at Eduscape is to provide first-class distance learning opportunities for students by developing the best learning software for business and education. Our distance education courseware begins with careful planning and a focused understanding of course requirements and student needs. Human advisors, PHDs in the field of Education and experts in Distance Learning, create a lesson plan based on these requirements.
Next, the appropriate technology is selected to deliver the training. Hard work and dedicated efforts by our programming staff create a rich interactive, multi-media learning program that meets the lesson plans and student requirements. Educators and students use and provide continual feedback on our learning programs. You can sample the quality of our work by selecting the Public Demo link at the top of this page. Eduscape's Learning Tools:

140. Nico Benschop Homepg: Powersums, Fermat, Waring, Goldbach, Cantor; State Machine
A compendium of papers by Nico F. Benschop on abstract algebra, number theory, computer science and physics.
Welcome to the homepage of
Nico F. Benschop
John Glenn (77), Shuttle #92: Discovery - 7nov1998 @ Kennedy Space Center... Proficiat!
Charles Lindbergh
Spirit of St.Louis - 21may1927 @ Le Bourget, Paris... touch down!
- - - - - - - And the E xplorative . D iscovery . S pirit goes on ... ;-) - - - - - - - Home email: Mail('n.benschop') . . AmSpade Research Edouard Manet (1882): Chrystal vase + clematis > Some WWWisdom cookies and quotes
(beware: with sci.math Core ;-) about: Curiosity and Search "An open mind is a joy forever " Inertia " Climbing Mount Prejudice " Generalize "If a problem is too hard, generalize it " Simplify " We have to fight uphill to rediscover the obvious " Coincidence " Life is fighting entropy " My CV Work Play ff finite fun . . (reflections in the finite)* Intuition : . . Even if you don't see it, you still can smell it ! - - - "Remembering Claude Shannon" - - - (NB: 28-july-2002) Fermat, Waring, Goldbach -:- view Arithmetic as Function composition (semigroups) :
. . . Additive Number Theory : hard problems, solved via semigroups Z(.) mod m_k , and . . . The sawtooth of Evolution :
Child's arithmetic
(=exponential;-( : . . . Stable economic growth of 3 % per year

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