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  1. A Singular Introduction to Commutative Algebra by Gert-Martin Greuel, Gerhard Pfister, 2007-12-04
  2. Computer Algebra Handbook
  3. Computer Algebra Recipes for Mathematical Physics (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) by Richard H. Enns, 2004-12-01
  4. Petri Net Algebra (Monographs in Theoretical Computer Science. An EATCS Series) by Eike Best, Raymond Devillers, et all 2010-11-02
  5. $q$-Series: Their Development and Application in Analysis, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Physics and Computer Algebra (Cbms Regional Conference Series in Mathematics) by George E. Andrews, 1986-12-31
  6. Computer Algebra Recipes for Classical Mechanics by Richard H. Enns, George C. McGuire, 2002-11-22
  7. Computer Algebra and Differential Equations (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)
  8. Computer Algebra Systems: A Practical Guide
  9. Fork Algebras in Algebra, Logic and Computer Science by Marcelo Fabian Frias, 2002-06-15
  10. Physics with MAPLE: The Computer Algebra Resource for Mathematical Methods in Physics (Physics Textbook) by Frank Y. Wang, 2006-04-18
  11. Computer Algebra With SymbolicC++ by Yorick Hardy, Kiat Shi Tan, et all 2008-09-04
  12. Some Tapas of Computer Algebra (Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics)
  13. Computer Simulation and Computer Algebra: Lectures for Beginners by Dietrich Stauffer, Friedrich W. Hehl, et all 1993-08-26
  14. Learning Linear Algebra Through Derive (Learning through computer algebra) by Brian Denton, 1995-09

41. Mathematical Resources: Computer Algebra, Symbolic Mathematics, Operator Algebra
Mathematics Archives Topics in Mathematics - Computer Algebra; Computer Algebra Benchmarks by Heinz Kredel University of Mannheim; Computer Algebra Links Korteweg-de Vries Institute
Computer Algebra, Symbolic Mathematics
Operator Algebra, Mathematical Programming Algebra
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COmputational COmmutative Algebra and International School on Computer Algebra. Corte Rosada Hotel Porto Conte, Italy; 2326 May 2005.
International School on Computer Algebra
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Porto Conte, Italy
23-26 May, 2005
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Course 1 Juan Migliore Experiments in Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry tutor: Martin Kreuzer Course 2 Serkan Hosten The Combinatorics of Syzygies tutor: Anna Bigatti Minicourse John Abbott Modular methods in CoCoA
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Experiments in Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
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  • 43. Computer Algebra Benchmarks
    Collated by Computer Algebra Fachgruppe, Mannheim.
    Computer Algebra Benchmarks
    Benchmark Initiative, Computer Algebra Fachgruppe of GI, DMV and GAMM
    The initiative will discuss, develop, define, collect all facettes of this challenging problem. It should analyse and develop test suites but also define standard examples for the various topics of computer algebra where algorithm and system developer can test their newly developed and improved methods. Furthermore, all kinds of test examples should be collected and consolidated. Computer Algebra Benchmarks Collection from July 1998. The CASBENCH Computer Algebra Benchmarks , a proposal from 1995 for the beginning of some computer algebra benchmarking, discussed by the Computer Algebra Fachgruppe.
    More Links:
    Additional Computer Algebra WWW Pages CAIS der Computeralgebra Fachgruppe This servers homepage Heinz Kredel , e-mail: Last modified: Mon Jun 28 16:50:34 MEST 1999

    44. Download LiveMath Software
    LiveMath Maker Create WebSharable Mathematics with this Easy-to-Use Computer Algebra and Graphing System.
    Home Products Download Purchase ... Contact All software is available on CD-ROM for purchasers of LiveMath Maker or MathEQ Expression Editor. Release Notes New Features
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    45. KANT Group (Algebra And Number Theory)
    Based at the Technische Universit t, Berlin. Producers of KANT/KASH, a computer algebra system for sophisticated computations in algebraic number fields.
    Institute of Mathematics KANT Group
    KANT Group (Algebra and Number Theory)
    About us
    We are the Algebra and Number Theory research group of the Institute of Mathematics at Our name, KANT , is short for C omputational A lgebraic N umber T heory with a slight hint at its German origin ( Immanuel Kant ). KANT is also the name of the sophisticated computer algebra system that has been developed under the project leadership of Prof. Dr. M. E. Pohst more about KANT We are furthermore involved in the research projects SCIEnce QaoS , and GiANT
    PhD Students
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    10. Kryptotag
    Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2008: KryptoLabor
    Wir waren wieder bei der Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften am 14. Juni 2008 mit dem KryptoLabor dabei. Allgemeine Informationen zur Langen Nacht finden sich hier
    Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2006: KryptoLabor
    Wir waren wieder bei der Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften am 13. Mai 2006 mit dem

    46. Computer Algebra Handbook
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    47. Ontario Research Centre For Computer Algebra - ORCCA
    Oct 29, 2007 Researchers at ORCCA study algorithms and software systems for symbolic mathematical computation. At any given time a number of visitors and

    48. ZCA Home Page
    A scientific institution of the departments of Mathematics , Computer Science , and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern. The goal of the centre is to advance and to support the use of Computer Algebra in industry, research, and teaching.
    ZCA Kaiserslautern
    Centre for Computer Algebra
    Mathematics Computer Science , and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern . The goal of the centre is to advance and to support the use of Computer Algebra in industry, research, and teaching.
    c/o Prof. Dr. G.-M. Greuel
    FB Mathematik
    D-67663 Kaiserslautern
    Last modified: Tue Nov 22 15:12:01 MEZ 2005

    49. Computer Algebra System - Project Web Hosting - Open Source Sof
    SourceForge presents the Computer Algebra System project. Computer Algebra System is an open source application. SourceForge provides the world's largest selection of Open
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    Download Computer Algebra System files Donate money Project detail and discuss Get support
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    This is the Computer Algebra System project ("computeralgebra") This project was registered on on Nov 17, 2009, and is described by the project team as follows:

    50. SIGSAM: SIGSAM Home
    ACM Special Interest Group in Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation. Site has details of meetings, reports and other links.
    Association for Computing Machinery
    Special Interest Group
    on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation SIGSAM Home Welcome to the SIGSAM website. SIGSAM is the largest international organization supporting and promoting research in computer algebra and symbolic computation and its applications. Through various channels, including newfeeds and mailing lists, the quarterly Communications in Computer Algebra, and our calendar of important computer algebra events we strive to provide everything you want to know about what is happening in this exciting field. Have a look around and let us know what you think!
    Call for Papers JSC-ISSAC 2010 Friday, October 8, 2010 Call for papers for the special issue of the JSC related to topics discussed in the context of the ISSAC Conference in July 2010 in Munich, Germany. (link) Fourth International Workshop on Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART-IV) Friday, April 30, 2010 Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART) is a series of workshops which offer an opportunity for participants to present original research, to learn of research progress and new developments, and to exchange ideas and views on differential algebra and related topics. (link) Postdoc position at INRIA/LIP6/UPMC SALSA project Tuesday, April 20, 2010

    51. Conferences On Applications Of Computer Algebra
    For more information on symbolic computing or computer algebra, consult the Computer Algebra Nederlands WWW server and the SymbolicNet directory at Kent
    IMACS Sponsored Join the ACA mailing list
    Conferences on Applications of Computer Algebra
    Attend ACA 2011
    Past and Future Conferences
    • ACA 2011 to be held in Houston, Texas (June 27-30)
      Chair: Quoc-Nam Tran ACA 2010 held at the University of Vlora, Vlora, Albania (June 24-27)
      Chairs: Tanush Shaska, Ervin Ruci and Eustrat Zhupa (general); Jacques Calmet and Michael Wester (program)
      Jacque Calmet's opening speech
      ACA 2009
      Chairs: Michel Beaudin, Gilles Picard and Kathleen Pineau (general); Michel Beaudin and Michael Wester (program) ACA 2008 held at RISC-Linz, Hagenberg, Austria (July 27-30)
      Chairs: Bruno Buchberger (coordination); Vladimir Gerdt and Wolfgang Windsteiger (general) ACA 2007 held at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, USA (July 19-22)
      Chair: Tanush Shaska ACA 2006 held at the International Home of Scientists, Varna, Bulgaria (June 26-29)
    • Chairs: Vladimir Gerdt and Margarita Spiridonova (general); Victor Edneral, Richard Liska and Michael Wester (program)
    • ACA 2005 held at Nara Women's University, Nara, Nara, Japan (July 31-August 3)

    52. ARCC Workshop: The Computational Complexity Of Polynomial Factorization
    AIM Research Conference Center, Palo Alto, CA, USA; 1519 May 2006.
    The computational complexity of polynomial factorization
    May 15 to May 19, 2006 at the American Institute of Mathematics , Palo Alto, California organized by Shuhong Gao, Mark van Hoeij, Erich Kaltofen, and Victor Shoup This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF , will be devoted to algorithms for factoring polynomials. Univariate and multivariate polynomials will be considered, with coefficients from finite fields, the rationals, and the complex numbers. Dense polynomials, where all coefficients are present, will be considered, as well as sparse polynomials that have many zero coefficients. The problem of factoring polynomials is a classical problem of algebra with classical algorithms due to, for instance, Newton, Puisseux, Eisenstein, Gauss, Kronecker, Hilbert, and Hensel, and modern algorithms that use randomization, lattice basis reduction, baby-steps giant-steps techniques, root power and logarithmic derivates sums, and numerical approximation. Modern algorithms utilize efficient data structures such as straight-line programs and black boxes for evalution. The goal of the workshop is to invent significantly faster new algorithms, or in turn establish hardness of a given factorization problem. The main topics for the workshop are:
    • The fastest-known asymptotic running times of algorithms for factoring univariate and multivariate polynomials over finite fields, the rational and the complex numbers in dense and sparse representation.

    53. ISSAC2006
    International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. Genova, Italy; 912 July 2006.

    54. The Math Forum - Math Library - Computer Algebra
    The Math Forum's Internet Math Library is a comprehensive catalog of Web sites and Web pages relating to the study of mathematics. This page contains sites relating to Computer
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    Math Topics Applications/Connections Sciences ... Computer Science : Computer Algebra

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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>>
  • SymbolicNet: Symbolic Mathematical Computation Information Center - ICM; Kent State University
  • 55. Sophie Huczynska
    University of St Andrews. Number theory and combinatorics; algebra and theoretical computer science. Publications and teaching material.
    Dr. Sophie Huczynska
    Current Position
    I am currently a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow in Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews . From autumn 2010, I will take up a lectureship position here. My research is mainly in the areas of number theory and combinatorics; I also have interests in algebra and theoretical computer science. I am a member of the Centre for Interdiscipinary Research in Computational Algebra (CIRCA) . Please note: I am now working on a half-time basis. I can be contacted in the department on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Friday mornings.
    Brief career history
  • Ph.D. (2002): Department of Mathematics University of Glasgow . Supervisors: Bob Odoni, Steve Cohen. Thesis title: "Primitive free elements of Galois fields".
  • Research Associate (2003): Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications (CISA), School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
  • Teaching Fellow in Pure Mathematics (2003-4): School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews.
  • Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow (2004-present): School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews.
  • 56. Computer Algebra Research Group @ WLU
    Apr 4, 2008 CARGO specialize in researchs in Gröbner Bases, Implicitization and Parameterization of Algebraic Curves and Surfaces, Enumerating Regular
    Home Research Members WWCA 2008 ... Webmaster The Computer Algebra Research Group (CARGO) was formed in May 2002 and it is part of the Department of Physics and Computer Science of Wilfrid Laurier University Waterloo , Ontario, Canada.
    Donations: CARGO acknowledges generous donations by
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    • Xilinx Xilinx ISE Foundation (TM) software, under the Xilinx University Program (XUP)
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    57. Symbolic Computation Group
    University of Waterloo, Canada. Covers both symbolic computation and hybrid symbolic-numeric computation.
    Search SCG: Welcome to SCG The Symbolic Computation Group is a research group within the David R. Cheriton 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 design, analysis and implementation of algorithms and systems for computer algebra and symbolic computation. Many of the algorithms developed are incorporated into the Maple computer algebra system. Main Areas of Interest Some of the Symbolic Computation Group's main research interests include:
    • Symbolic Integration. Exact and symbolic linear algebra. Hybrid symbolic-numeric computing. Finding closed-form solutions for ordinary differential equations. Pen-based mathematics. Algebraic manipulation of differential and Ore operators. Rational approximation algorithms. Sparse polynomials and matrices.

    58. ZCA Home Page
    A scientific institution of the departments of Mathematics , Computer Science , and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern.
    ZCA Kaiserslautern
    Centre for Computer Algebra
    Mathematics Computer Science , and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern . The goal of the centre is to advance and to support the use of Computer Algebra in industry, research, and teaching.
    c/o Prof. Dr. G.-M. Greuel
    FB Mathematik
    D-67663 Kaiserslautern
    Last modified: Tue Nov 22 15:12:01 MEZ 2005

    59. Magma Computational Algebra System Home Page
    A Computational Algebra system for algebra, number theory and geometry.
    MAGMA Computational Algebra System
    Home Download Help FAQ ... About Magma How to get Magma Download Online Demo Resources Online Help Discovering Mathematics with Magma Citations How to cite Magma ... Contact us Magma is a large, well-supported software package designed to solve computationally hard problems in algebra, number theory, geometry and combinatorics. It provides a mathematically rigorous environment for computing with algebraic, number-theoretic, combinatoric, and geometric objects. Latest version: (released October 6, 2010) is now available. See here for a summary of the new features in V2.16. Recent Notices: March 18, 2010: Magma V2.16-6 has been released for Windows. November 12, 2009: Magma V2.16-1 has been released for 64-bit Intel/AMD Linux platforms. November 8, 2009: The list of publications that cite Magma has been greatly expanded, now totalling around 2600 items. The updated list may be found here December 19, 2008: The 2008 edition of Magma (Version 2.15) was released in early December and is now available for most supported platforms. It contains many new capabilities as well as major upgrades of algorithms and code for several core areas. See LINK for a summary of the new features.

    60. Curriculum And Assessment In An Age Of Computer Algebra Systems. ERIC Digest.
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    Curriculum and Assessment in an Age of Computer Algebra Systems. ERIC Digest.
    The use of Computer Algebra System (CAS) technology in the teaching of mathematics is entering a new and crucial stage. A considerable amount of work to date has focused on support of existing curriculum topics and existing curriculum models. Kutzler's seminal book on teaching and learning using DERIVE (1996) includes the phrase "here is an example of how CAS can be used to support an existing curriculum topic". Arguments for the use of CAS as an effective tool in supporting teaching and learning of mathematics are well established. Now comes the real work. Curriculum models and assessment of curriculums are the structures that schools and examining boards create to educate students. The two are deeply connected and the real work of CAS advocates is now to develop curriculum models in which the use of CAS is an integral part, not just of the practice of the curriculum, but, of the conception of the curriculum. A thorough examination of topics must be carried out to decide what really has to stay for conceptual reasons and what is still extant only because of tradition. A crucial part of this process is a demonstration of assessment using CAS. Unless instruments can be found to measure the achievement, or lack of achievement, of that learning which is possible through the use of CAS it is destined to remain as a prop occasionally brought out to support and bolster existing methods of teaching and learning.

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