Department Of Computer Science Department of computer Science. Research areas include declarative languages and artificial intelligence, distributed systems and computer networks, software development methodology, hypermedia and databases, computer graphics, numerical approximation and linear algebra, scientific computing and , numerical computation. http://www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/cwis-cs/frames/index-E.shtml
Kan/sm1 Rings and computer algebra software, part of OpenXM. http://www.math.sci.kobe-u.ac.jp/KAN/
Extractions: Kan/sm1 (19912003) is a system for computing in the ring of differential operators D (and difference operators, ...). The latest version of kan/sm1 is obtainable as a part of the OpenXM package. Access to the OpenXM home page to download the OpenXM package . After downloading, build the system following the instruction included. The system "sm1" will be built under OpenXM/bin. The system has been tested on cygwin (windows), Debian, and FreeBSD. Documents for kan/sm1 is here What's new in the version 2.990914? ox_asir server is now available, which performs multi-variable factorizations, primary ideal decompositions, efficient Grobner basis computation in the ring of polynomials, and so on. ox_asir is based on asir. See below. New package lib/intw.sm1 : Computing 0-th integration by a new algorithm using a generic weight vector. This package requires open asir server to analyze the roots of b-functions.
Extractions: 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: Electronic proceedings List of attendees (final) Conference program (final) Conference location Prague Information How much would it cost?
9th Rhine Workshop On Computer Algebra: Main RWCA04. Ninth Rhine Workshop on computer algebra. The topics of the workshop include all aspects of computer algebra, from theory to applications and systems. http://www.math.kun.nl/rwca04/
Extractions: the Netherlands The topics of the workshop include all aspects of Computer Algebra, from theory to applications and systems. This will be the ninth edition of a workshop initiated in Strasbourg in 1988 and held every second year since. To avoid competition with well-established conferences in the field, the workshop is kept as informal as possible. Its two main purposes are to offer an opportunity for newcomers in the field to present their work and to be a forum for aimed at (but not restricted to) European researchers. Workshop Chair
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. http://www.chartwellyorke.com/
Extractions: 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
Ashay Dharwadker's Profile algebra, topology, graph theory and theoretical computer science. http://www.geocities.com/dharwadker/profile.html
Computer Algebra Systems In Calculus Reform computer algebra Systems in Calculus Reform. Some reformers have used computer algebra systems (CAS) in their efforts to achieve these goals. http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/users/Murphy/Papers/CalcReformPaper.html
Extractions: The Tulane Conference ... References A note about this paper. Back to Lisa's Papers page. Back to Lisa's Academic Activities page. Back to Lisa's personal home page, Over the Rainbow Send Lisa email Back to the table of contents of this paper. In the early 1980s, many computer scientists and some mathematicians began to call for replacing calculus with discrete mathematics as the core undergraduate mathematics course (***Get a few references for this.). Although calculus retained its place, the controversy brought attention to the way the standard freshman calculus course had become bloated with topics, obstructing the student's view of the central concepts. This realization spawned the calculus reform movement, which seeks to pare the syllabus down to the essentials and to find creative ways to help students gain a deeper understanding of the ideas of calculus. Some reformers have used computer algebra systems (CAS) in their efforts to achieve these goals. Back to the table of contents of this paper.
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Computer Algebra Systems Previous Short Biographies Next Conclusions. Home Table of Contents. 5. computer algebra Systems. 5.1 Introduction What is a computer algebra System? http://www.math.wpi.edu/IQP/BVCalcHist/calc5.html
Extractions: Previous: Short Biographies Next Conclusions Home: Table of Contents 5. Computer Algebra Systems 5.1 Introduction - What is a Computer Algebra System? A Computer Algebra system is a type of software package that is used in manipulation of mathematical formulae. The primary goal of a Computer Algebra system is to automate tedious and sometimes difficult algebraic manipulation tasks. The principal difference between a Computer Algebra system and a traditional calculator is the ability to deal with equations symbolically rather than numerically. The specific uses and capabilities of these systems vary greatly from one system to another, yet the purpose remains the same: manipulation of symbolic equations. Computer Algebra systems often include facilities for graphing equations and provide a programming language for the user to define his/her own procedures. Computer Algebra systems have not only changed how mathematics is taught at many universities, but have provided a flexible tool for mathematicians worldwide. Examples of popular systems include Maple, Mathematica, and MathCAD. Computer Algebra systems can be used to simplify rational functions, factor polynomials, find the solutions to a system of equation, and various other manipulations. In Calculus, they can be used to find the limit of, symbolically integrate, and differentiate arbitrary equations. Attempting to expand the equation using the binomial theorem by hand would be a daunting task, nearly impossible to do without error. However, with the aid of Maple, this equation can be expanded in less than two seconds. Differentiating the result term-by-term can then be performed in milliseconds. The usefulness of such a system is obvious: not only does it act as a time saving device, but problems which simply were not reasonable to perform by hand can be performed in seconds.
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. http://www.codemist.co.uk/
GALAAD Genova. 0709 Jun 2004, Second International Workshop on computer algebra Systems and Their Applications, CASA 2004, Poland, Krakow,. http://www-sop.inria.fr/galaad/conf.html
Extractions: Here is a list of conferences, connected to symbolic computations, sorted by date. Everyone should feel free to add a new announcement of conferences in this domain, by sending a mail to mourrain@sophia.inria.fr Last modification: 23-25 Jan 2005 (05 Jul 2004) ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA'05) Canada Vancouver 15-17 Nov 2004 (01 May 2004) Real Numbers and Computers (RNC'6) Allemagne Schloss Dagstuhl 21-23 Oct 2004 Mathematica WTC'04 USA Hawthorn Suites, Champaign, Illinois 04-08 Oct 2004 Japan Fukuoka 27-28-29 Sep 2004 Algebraic Geometry and Geometric Modeling France Nice 14-17 Sep 2004 (02 Apr 2004) European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA) Norvege Bergen 08-10 Sep 2004 (10 Fev 2004) Scandinavian Workshop on Algorithm Theory (SWAT) Danemark Humlebæk 22-27 Aug 2004 (1 Apr 2004) MFCS 2004 Czech Republic Prague 21-23 Jul 2004 ACA'2004 USA Beaumont, Texas 15-18 Jul 2004 TIME'2004 Canada ETS, Montreal 12-19 Jul 2004 (01 May 2004) CASC 2004 Russia St Petersburg 12-16 Jul 2004 Algebraic Methodology And Software Technology UK Stirling, Scottland
Bioanalytical Chemistry Research At Evergreen Overview and resources from a department which since 1984 has developed spectroscopic instruments, computer interfacing, image processing, applied linear algebra, and organic chemistry synthesis procedures for physiological research and clinical use, at Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA. http://www.evergreen.edu/biophysics/
Extractions: Bioanalytical chemistry research at The Evergreen State College is conducted in the laboratory of Dr. Jeff Kelly and Dr. Clyde Barlow. Together, they have been developing physiological procedures and instruments for research and clinical use since 1984. Their work is funded mainly by the National Institutes of Health under the set-aside program Small Business Innovation Research . The lab motto is "If it were easy, it would already have been done." Students can gain valuable laboratory research experience while working on a variety of projects in the fields of physiology, spectroscopy, computer interfacing, image processing, applied linear algebra, and organic chemistry synthesis. The laboratory staff possesses many years of experience working with optical detection of fluorescence and reflectance, electronic design, instrument construction and the development of software for data analysis and computer control of instrumentation. Clyde Barlow, PhD, Faculty Member ( barlowc@evergreen.edu Jeff Kelly, PhD, Faculty Member (
Felix computer algebra system for computation in commutative and noncommutative rings and modules. Win32, Unix. http://felix.hgb-leipzig.de/
Extractions: 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 System requirements Installation Guide More information/updates at Contact e-mail: apel@mathematik.uni-leipzig.de uklaus@hgb-leipzig.de
Extractions: 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:
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. http://www.scg.uwaterloo.ca/
Extractions: 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: The Symbolic Computation Group, through ORCCA, has positions available for Further information is available at the ORCCA website or by contacting info@scg.uwaterloo.ca
Bosma, Wieb Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. computer algebra and number theory. Research, publications, and past activities. http://www.math.kun.nl/~bosma/
Extractions: 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: Lineaire Algebra 3 , and Lineaire Algebra 4 for first year mathematics and physics students;
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. http://www.risc.uni-linz.ac.at/software/casa/
Extractions: 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
GIAC Is A computer algebra system. A semiclassical CAS by Bernard Parisse, available for Windows, Linux. http://www-fourier.ujf-grenoble.fr/~parisse/english.html
Extractions: Publications ... Links 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. For more information on the Giac/xcas project, visit its homepage I'm the main author of the CAS of the HP49G, HP40G, HP49G+ and HP48GII calculators. 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 casrelease.zip
QuickMath Automatic Math Solutions QuickMath allows students to get instant solutions to all kinds of math problems, from algebra and equation solving right through to calculus and matrices. equations and does all sorts of algebra http://www.quickmath.com/
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