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  1. Caap '88: 13th Colloquium on Trees in Algebra and Programming (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by M. Dauchet, 1988-06
  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. Action Refinement in Process Algebras (Distinguished Dissertations in Computer Science) by Luca Aceto, 1992-08-28
  4. Analysis of Complex Nonlinear Mechanical Systems: A Computer Algebra Assisted Approach (World Scientific Series on Nonlinear Science Series a) by Martin Lesser, 2000-10
  5. Logic, Algebra, and Computation (Nato a S I Series Series III, Computer and Systems Sciences) by Friedrich L. Bauer, 1991-10
  6. Quantum Mechanics Using Computer Algebra: Includes Sample Programs for Reduce, Maple, Mathematica and C++ by Willi-Hans Steeb, 1994-10
  7. Matematica: insegnamento e computer algebra (Italian Edition) by Michele Impedovo, 1999-04-01
  8. Identification, Equivalent Models, and Computer Algebra (Statistical Modeling and Decision Science) by Paul A. Bekker, Arjen Merckens, et all 1994-01
  9. Continuous Symmetries, Lie Algebras, Differential Equations and Computer Algebra by Willi-Hans Steeb, 1996-01-15
  10. Recent Developments in Complex Analysis and Computer Algebra (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR ANALYSIS, APPLICATIONS AND) by Robert P. Gilbert, 2000-01-31
  11. 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
  12. Universal Algebra and Its Links with Logic, Algebra, Combinatorics, and Computer Science: Proceedings of the "25. Arbeitstagung Uber Allgemeine Algebr (Research and Exposition in Mathematics)
  13. Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing CASC 2001: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing, Konstanz, Sept. 22-26, 2001
  14. Applied Matrix Models: Second Course in Linear Algebra with Computer Applications by Andy R. Magid, 1985-03-27

81. Computer Algebra
Research Summary. Currently, my activities in computer algebra fall into three different areas. We are continuing to develop a very flexible computer algebra substrate called
Computer Algebra - Richard Zippel
Research Summary
Currently, my activities in computer algebra fall into three different areas. We are continuing to develop a very flexible computer algebra substrate called Weyl, which extends Common Lisp to have symbolic computing facilities. This substrate has a functorial architecture that has been implemented using object oriented programming techniques. The functorial organization allows one to define algebraic structures over arbitrary algebraic domains. This approach permits algebraic structures like groups, rings and fields to be first class objects that can be manipulated by the user. We have been attempting to link together Weyl with Bob's Constable's theorem proving system, Nuprl. This will allow us state and use theorem about algebraic structures when deciding which algorithms should be used Weyl. In additon, I have been continuing my work on algorithms in computer algebra. Among the problems I have been studying include: algebraic function decomposition (with Dexter Kozen and Susan Landau) and primality testing of polynomials.
  • Effective Polynomial Computation , Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993.

82. 8th Rhine Workshop On Computer Algebra
Eighth Rhine Workshop on Computer Algebra. Mannheim, Germany; 2122 March 2002.
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83. REDUCE Home Page (archival Version)
Version 3.8 of the REDUCE Computer Algebra System was released 15 April 2004. Information on this and future releases of REDUCE is now available from a
The REDUCE Computer Algebra System
Current Version: REDUCE 3.8
Version 3.8 of the REDUCE Computer Algebra System was released 15 April 2004. Information on this and future releases of REDUCE is now available from a dedicated website at Information available from the current page ( contains archival information on older versions of REDUCE, and is being offered to support those who may still be running older versions of REDUCE.
Previous Versions
Version 3.7 of REDUCE was released on April 30th, 1999. Please see the announcement by Tony Hearn and the documentation for the new version. The REDUCE Homepage of ZIB also includes much more information on the current version of REDUCE. There is also a Y2K compliance statement for REDUCE 3.7.
REDUCE 3.6 Table of Contents
  • Introduction General Information Ordering Information Demonstration Versions ... About the REDUCE Home Page
  • Introduction
    REDUCE is an interactive program designed for general algebraic computations of interest to mathematicians, scientists and engineers. Its capabilities include:
    • expansion and ordering of polynomials and rational functions;

    84. Computer Algebra, Spring 2009, Syllabus.
    Computer Algebra, Syllabus, Spring 2009. Course documents. Location 106 LOV. Time Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1220 110 . Instructor Dr. Mark van Hoeij
    Computer Algebra, Syllabus, Spring 2009.
    Course documents Location: 106 LOV. Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:20 - 1:10 Instructor: Dr. Mark van Hoeij What this course is about: At first sight you might be inclined to believe that algebra courses with topics like ideals, finite fields, or the Chinese remainder theorem are far away from any practical application. But this is not the case: There are algorithms to compute with almost everything you learn in algebra courses, and these algorithms have many applications. For example, finding exact solutions of differential equations, or finding an antiderivative of a function, such algorithms use the algebraic algorithms from this course in many places. The topics covered in this course are:
    • 1. Introduction to Maple.
    • 2. Modular Euclidean algorithm.
    • 3. Computing with algebraic numbers.
    • 4. Lattice reduction and applications.
    • 5. Factorization of polynomials.

    85. Fermat, Computer Algebra System II
    Comparison of PolynomialOriented Computer Algebra Systems (Preliminary Report) Robert H. Lewis and Michael Wester
    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.

    86. ACA'2002: 8th International Conference On Applications Of Computer Algebra
    8th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra. Volos, Greece; 2528 June 2002.
    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

    87. Steve Linton's Web Page Is On Www-circa
    Director, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra, University of St. Andrews. Leads the international consortium developing GAP. Publications, software.
    My Web page is on he CIRCA Web site. You are being redirected.

    88. Computer Algebra Systems In Calculus Reform
    by LD Murphy Cited by 5 - Related articles
    Computer Algebra Systems in Calculus Reform
    by Lisa Denise Murphy
    Abstract The Calculus Reform Movement
    Factors Leading to Reform
    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.
    The Calculus Reform Movement
    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.

    89. Computer Algebra And Symbolic Computation: Elementary Algorithms
    A systematic approach for the algorithmic formulation and implementation of mathematical operations in computer algebra programming languages.

    90. ACA'10, Applications Of Computer Algebra
    Applicatios of Computer Algebra, University of Vlora June 2427, 2010.

    91. MacKichan Software - Computer Algebra Systems
    MacKichan Software now offers version 5.5 of Scientific WorkPlace, Scientific Word, and Scientific Notebook. You write text and mathematics in your document without having to know
    History Customer Service Privacy Policy Product Partners ... Newsletters
    Computer Algebra Systems
    A computer algebra system, or CAS, is a mathematics engine that performs the symbolic computations fundamental to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Recent versions of Scientific WorkPlace and Scientific Notebook (after Version 4.1 Build 2347) include the kernel to the computer algebra system MuPAD . Earlier versions included a Maple 5.1 kernal With MuPAD , you can evaluate, factor, combine, expand, and simplify terms and expressions that contain integers, fractions, and real and complex numbers, as required in simple arithmetic and algebra . You can also evaluate integrals and derivatives, perform matrix and vector operations, find standard deviations, and perform many other more complex computations involved in calculus linear algebra , differential equations, and statistics . Additionally, you can create 2D and 3D plots of polynomials, trigonometric functions, and exponentials, and you can create

    92. Imai Laboratory
    Department of Information Science, the University of Tokyo. Research projects include Computational Algebra and Geometry. Details of members research and publications.
    Japanese Last Modified : 2008-05-14
    Imai Laboratory
    Department of Computer Science
    Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
    The University of Tokyo
    CAUTION: The publication list is under reconstruction and so is imcomplete.

    93. [16] WINKLER, F., Polynomial Algorithms In Computer Algebra
    File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat Quick View

    94. Giac/Xcas, A Free Computer Algebra System
    Free computer algebra system Presentation of Xcas, the swiss knife for mathematics. Abstract Giac/Xcas is a free computer algebra system for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
    Last update 2010 September 30, version 0.9.0 (except for Mac: 0.8.6)
    Navigate Espanol Francais Back to my homepage
    Presentation of Xcas Abstract Features Xcas reference card Documentation ... News
    Download Xcas for Windows Mac OS X Asus EEE PC linux Acer Aspire 1 linux ... iPhone (third-party, non free)
    Giac Source code Console LaTeX Open Office plugin (C. Devalland), Xcas on-line version 2 beta (FR) (J.P. Branchard)
    About Xcas Forum French doc and add-ons Thanks
    Presentation of Xcas , the swiss knife for mathematics.
    Giac/Xcas is a free computer algebra system for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux/Unix (license GPL3, for commercial dual-license contact us).
    • Xcas is an interface to perform computer algebra, function graphs, interactive geometry (2-d and 3-d), spreadsheet and statistics, programmation. It may be used as a replacement for high end graphic calculators for example on netbooks (for about the same price as a calculator but with much more performances). Giac is a free (GPL) C++ library, it is the computation kernel, it may be used inside other C++ programs. Giac/Xcas has a compatibility mode for people used to the Maple or Mupad CAS as well as for users of TI calculators (TI89, Voyage 200, TI Nspire CAS).

    95. East Coast Computer Algebra Day ECCAD 2009
    East Coast Computer Algebra Day (ECCAD) is an informal meeting for those active or interested in computer algebra. It provides opportunities to learn and to

    96. Welcome To The Homepage Of The Computer Algebra Research Group Of The IWR
    Computer Algebra research group of the IWR, Heidelberg. People, research, teaching, activities, software and links.
    Research group Prof. Dr. B.H. Matzat
    Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
    D-69120 Heidelberg
    Tel: +49 6221 54-8318
    Fax: +49 6221 54-8850
    Research Teaching Activities ... Links
    News: Festkolloquium, February 5th 2010

    97. The 11th Rhine Workshop On Computer Algebra
    Topics Algorithms to solve algebraic and geometric problems, their complexity, and implementation in computer algebra systems. Organisers
    The 11th Rhine Workshop on Computer Algebra
    16-20 June 2008
    Grand Hotel Bellavista
    , Levico Terme
    Topics: Algorithms to solve algebraic and geometric problems, their complexity, and implementation in computer algebra systems.
    Organisers: Participation: Everyone is cordially invited to offer a presentation by sending a full paper, or an extended abstract to Willem de Graaf . (Preferably before May 1st 2008 .) Before the meeting the papers and abstracts will appear in an informal proceedings, produced locally. Submissions are not formally refereed and can thus also be submitted elsewhere.
    Programme: Arrival day is Monday June 16, 2008. Departure day is Friday June 20, 2008.
    Accomodation is provided by Grand Hotel Bellavista , where the meeting will be held.
    Full board at the Grand Hotel Bellavista costs (per day)
    • 57.50 euro per person in a double room

    98. Milestones In Computer Algebra 2008
    CALL FOR PAPERS Milestones in Computer Algebra MICA 2008 A Conference in Honour of Keith Geddes' 60th Birthday Stonehaven Bay, Trinidad and Tobago, 13 May 2008
    Milestones in Computer Algebra
    MICA 2008:
    A Conference in Honour of Keith Geddes' 60th Birthday
    Stonehaven Bay, Trinidad and Tobago, 1-3 May 2008
    In cooperation with ACM SIGSAM
    Keith Geddes received his PhD in 1973 from the University of Toronto under the supervision of John C. Mason. Since that time, as a professor at the University of Waterloo, his research has spanned the areas of numerical approximation, algebraic algorithms for symbolic computation, hybrid symbolic-numeric computation and the design and implementation of computer algebra systems. He is perhaps best known as co-founder of the Maple computer algebra system. Through his teaching, research and software, the work of Keith Geddes has touched millions of individuals. In honour of Keith Geddes' 60th birthday, the 40th year of his scientific career and the 20th anniversary of the founding of Maplesoft, a conference will be held 1-3 May 2008 near Scarborough, Tobago. The conference will feature invited talks by well known figures in the computer algebra world as well as contributed talks selected by the program committee.

    99. Centre For Interdisciplinary Research In Computational Algebra
    University of St Andrews. Coordinates the international efforts to develop maintain and promote the GAP (groups, algorithms and programming) software package. People, project, meetings, reports, theses, library and teaching material.

    C entre for
    I nterdisciplinary
    R esearch in
    C omputational
    A lgebra
    School of Mathematics and Statistics
    School of Computer Science
    The Centre was established in 2000 to foster new and existing collaborative research between members of the Schools of Computer Science and of Mathematics and Statistics in the area of computational abstract algebra. The Centre undertakes mathematical research with computer assistance, develops new techniques for computation in abstract algebra and develops and distributes software implementing these techniques. This work is supported by research grants from the EPSRC, the Leverhulme Trust, the British Council, the European Commission and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The Centre also organises conferences, seminars and training courses and coordinates the international efforts to develop maintain and promote the GAP (groups, algorithms and programming) software package, a leading integrated system for computational discrete mathematics and algebra. We are partners with the (CAUL).

    100. IX. Maple Computer Algebra System
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