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  1. Relations and Kleene Algebra in Computer Science: 10th International Conference on Relational Methods in Computer Science, and 5th International Conference ... Computer Science and General Issues)
  2. Computer Algebra (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics)
  3. Computer Algebra in Industry: Problem Solving in Practice : Proceedings of the 1991 Scafi Seminar at Cwi, Amsterdam
  4. Applicable Algebra, Error-Correcting Codes, Combinatorics and Computer Algebra (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Th Beth, 1988-07
  5. Computer Algebra (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Jacques Calmet, 1982-11
  6. Computer Algebra: Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (Computing. Supplementum)
  7. EUROCAL '85. European Conference on Computer Algebra. Linz, Austria, April 1-3, 1985. Proceedings: Volume 1: Invited Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (Vol 1)
  8. Initial Computability, Algebraic Specifications, and Partial Algebras (International Series of Monographs on Computer Science) by Horst Reichel, 1987-12-03
  9. Computer algebra: EUROCAL '83, European Computer Algebra Conference, London, England, March 28-30, 1983 (Lecture notes in computer science) by J. A. van Hulzen, 1983
  10. Computer Algebra in Science and Engineering: 28-31 August 1994, Bielefeld, Germany by J. Fleischer, 1995-06
  11. Computer Algebra: EUROCAM '82, European Computer Algebra Conference, Marseilles, France, April 5-7, 1982 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) (v. 144)
  12. Computer Algebra Systems: A New Software Toolbox for Maple by Victor Aladjev, 2004-09-07
  13. Relativity and Scientific Computing: Computer Algebra, Numerics, Visualization
  14. Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing: 8th International Workshop, CASC 2005, Kalamata, Greece, September 12-16, 2005, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in ... Computer Science and General Issues)

121. Michael Stillman Computer Algebra Systems Michael Stillman Books
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122. MAGMA 2006
Themes geometry, number theory and cryptography. Technische Universit t Berlin, Germany; 30 July 2 August 2006.
TU Berlin
Sunday July 30 - Wednesday August 2, 2006
NEW!! MATERIAL FROM THE TALKS IS AVAILABLE HERE. The Magma 2006 conference will be organised by the Magma group, in conjunction with members of the KANT group . This is the fifth in a series of international Magma meetings. The Magma 2006 conference will be held directly after ANTS VII , which will also be at the The themes of the conference will be geometry number theory and cryptography The main speakers will be: Titles and abstracts for the talks are available, and also a list of all registered participants A registration form is here . The registration fee will be 25 euro. Regrettably we are not able to offer financial support to students. For more information, please email

123. ISSAC'2001
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. University of Western Ontario; 2225 July 2001.

124. Pascal Giorgi, Computer Arithmetic And Computer Algebra
Sep 23, 2010 Organization of the Computer Algebra session during the french national workshop RAIM 2008 at Université des Sciences et Technologies de
Pascal Giorgi
Associate Professor in Computer Science at University Montpellier 2
Research Activities
My main interest is exact linear algebra algorithms and the underlying arithmetic. One of my primary interests is the analysis of algorithms and the development of the best suited implementations. This includes problems over finite fields such as finding minimal polynomial of matrices and every problem related to, but also problems over the integers like solving systems of linear equations. The development and the maintaining of the "LinBox" library, which is the concretisation of an international joined work around exact linear algebra, remain also two majors objectives in my research.
Articles in journals and refereed conference proceedings

125. ISSAC 98
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. Rostock, Germany; 1315 August 1998.

126. MSRI - Computational Commutative Algebra
MSRI, Berkeley, CA, USA; 1315 March 2003.
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  • Home Scientific For Scientists Programs Workshops Workshops Home All Upcoming Workshops ... Workshops Search for Events By Title or Description: After: Before: Main Participants Wiki Discussions Computational Commutative Algebra March 13, 2003 to March 15, 2003 Serkan Hosten, Craig Huneke, Bernd Sturmfels (chair), and Irena Swanson Tags: Computational Commutative Algebra Computational Commutative Algebra This workshop is about computational commutative algebra understood in a broad sense, including both theory and its practice in fields related to commutative algebra, such as combinatorics, algebraic geometry, group theory and their applications. It will include talks by Gert-Martin Greuel, Lorenzo Robbiano, and Michael Stillman, followed by a panel discussion on software for commutative algebra. The rest of the workshop will be in standard format, with invited lectures and time for discussions and computer explorations.
    Invited speakers include:
    Paulo Aluffi
    Matthias Aschenbrenner
    Jon Carlson
    Juergen Herzog
    Gabriela Jeronimo
    Gregor Kemper
    Vic Reiner
    Hal Schenck Josef Schicho Rekha Thomas Register Registration: Please register by the deadline of Sat, Mar 15 2003

127. SYNASC 2004
6th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing. Timisoara, Romania; 2426 September 2004.




6th International Symposium on
Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing

Timisoara, Romania
September 26 - 30, 2004
Organized by:
Department of Computer Science

West University,
Timisoara, Romania Research Institute for Symbolic Computation ...

128. International Conference On Polynomial System Solving
In honor of Daniel Lazard. Paris, France; 2426 November 2004.

[Call For Papers] [Schedule] [Organization] ... [Accepted]

in honor of Daniel Lazard
Guest Editors
After the International Conference on Polynomial System Solving ( ICPSS 2004 ) the best contributions of the contributed papers may be submited to be published in a special issue of the Journal of Symbolic Computation after a standard journal refereeing procedure.
Call For Papers

In summary:
  • Deadline for submissions: March, 30, 2005 (NEW Deadline !)
  • Acceptance: July 15, 2005
  • Maximum size of the paper: 14 pages (including the bibliography, appendices, ...)

129. AC2005-index
6th Symposium on Algebra and Computation. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; 1518 November 2005.
6th Symposium on Algebra and Computation (AC2005)
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130. 3.8 Computer Algebra In Education
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131. ISSAC'99 - Vancouver
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation. Vancouver, Canada; 2831 July 1999.
International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation July 28-31, 1999 Simon Fraser University
Vancouver BC CANADA Sponsored by ACM-SIGSAM and ACM-SIGNUM
Supported by PIMS
Homepage Important Dates Organizing Committee Advance Program ... Registration ISSAC is a yearly international symposium that provides an opportunity to learn of new developments and to present original research results in all areas of symbolic mathematical computation. Conference activities The planned activities include invited presentations, research and survey papers, poster sessions, tutorial courses, vendor exhibits, and software demonstrations. Proceedings will be distributed at the symposium. Proposals for workshops, tutorial courses, demonstrations, panel discussions, or related activities are welcomed. User-groups, editorial boards, or other associations desiring meeting space during the course of the symposium are encouraged to contact the conference organizers. Conference Location ISSAC '99 will be held at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia. The University maintains a campus in the centre of Vancouver, called the Harbour Centre. It is close to hotels, restaurants, and shopping.

132. CAIN-UK: Computer Algebra Information Network
Nov 12, 1998 The following sites have one or more person involved in computer algebra. The links are to the most specific address which covers the
Computer Algebra Information Network
UK Node
Computer algebra in Britain
The following sites have one or more person involved in computer algebra. The links are to the most specific address which covers the activity.
Forthcoming Meetings in United Kingdom
Links to Other Computer Algebra Information
Software and ServicesAvailable
Other CAIN Nodes Last modified: Thu Nov 12 16:00:46 GMT 1998

133. Conference Symbolic And Numeric Computation: SNSC'01
Conference on Symbolic and Numeric Computation. RISC-Linz, Schloss Hagenberg, Austria; 1214 September 2001.
Conference Symbolic and Numeric Computation (SNSC'01) Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria RISC-Linz, Schloss Hagenberg September 12-14, 2001
SNSC'01 is an open conference of the SFB F013 (special research initiative) "Numerical and Symbolic Scientific Computation", funded by the Austrian Science Foundation. The goal of SNSC'01 is to further the integration of methods in symbolic and numerical scientific computation. SNSC'01 is the second in a series of conferences on symbolic and numerical computation in Linz/Hagenberg. In addition to presentations by members of the SFB, several invited speakers will explain their approach to the integration of these two scientific fields.
Invited Speakers J. Apel (MSRI Berkeley, USA) M. Dellnitz (Univ. Paderborn, Germany) E. Hubert (INRIA, Sophia Antipolis) F. Schwarz (GMD Bonn, Germany) H.J. Stetter (Techn.Univ. Vienna, Austria) R. Walentynski (Silesia Univ. of Technology, Gliwice, Poland)
Participation in SNSC'01 is not limited to members of the SFB and invited speakers. Participants may present short talks at the conference.
Schedule of talks (Download abstract booklet)
Topics of presentations include all aspects of symbolic-numerical scientific computation, in particular:

134. RIACA: Research Institute For Applications Of Computer Algebra
mathematical services, providing connections with Computer Algebra Systems like Mathematica, Maxima and GAP via OpenMath phrasebooks.
MathDox, Interactive Mathematics
an activity of the Research Institute for Applications of Computer Algebra
Eindhoven University of Technology
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Home Projects LeActiveMath MathAdore ... Contact
MathDox is an ensemble of software tools for creating Interactive Mathematical Documents. It is a software system including
  • an XML based language (based on DocBook) that offers markup support for the source texts of Interactive Mathematical Documents; a document server , rendering interactive mathematical documents from source text and interactively obtained information; mathematical services, providing connections with Computer Algebra Systems like Mathematica, Maxima and GAP via OpenMath phrasebooks.
Have a look at the MathDox manual for the various features that MathDox offers. Download the MathDox Installer for Windows. The creation of MathDox is a project of RIACA at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. Latest News
Course Material IDA Knot theory Wortel TU/e basiswiskunde ... Webmaster

135. Polo Grillo Nicola Home Page
Ph.D. thesis Algorithms Computing Grobner Bases and Syzygies (PDF). A computational introduction to Grobner Basis Theory and its applications polynomials, Laurent polynomials, syzygies, inverse FIR filter and unimodular matrix completion.
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Polo Grillo Nicola Home Page :-)
I'm really working on my home page construction, in the meanwhile ...
  • a portrait of myself, by my sister Lucy (she's an artist) my thesis: "Algorithms computing Grobner bases and syzygies in a polynomial and a Laurent polynomial setting" (it's a computational algebra subject, in it I also deal with an application of Grobner bases theory to the problem of unimodular matrices completion from an algorithmic point of view) ( abstract - pdf format) ( thesis - pdf format).
My address is Versione in italiano

136. Welcome - Department Of Pure Mathematics And Computer Algebra
Head of Department. Prof. Dr. F. De Clerck. Ad valvas. There are no messages. Home Staff Teaching Research Vacancies Info. Paginanavigatie
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137. Edmund Robertson's Personal Home Page
University of St Andrews. Computational group theory, computational semigroup theory and algebra in general. Papers, seminars, teaching material and software.
Edmund Robertson's Personal Home Page
I am Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the University of St Andrews. A brief CV may be found here
I ended a four year term as Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the end of July 2001. I retired at the end of September 2008. School of Mathematics and Statistics
My research interests are in computational group theory, computational semigroup theory and algebra in general. I am a member of the St Andrews GAP team, CIRCA , and the algebra group
Recent Publications
....may be found here There is a list of abstracts of some of these papers here Pure Mathematics Courses History Seminar GAP Seminar ... Galway 2007
GAP material
....may be found here
Postgraduate Students
At present I supervise (or am joint supervisor of) nine postgraduate students. Alan Cain Ian Durham Morteza Jafarpour Elizabeth Kimber Catarina Carvalho Maja Waldhausen Nelson Silva ... Dale Sutherland Paul von Buenau
In 2007-2008 I am teaching History of Mathematics to honours students, and linear algebra and algebra to second year students. Here are the lecture notes for the algebra part of MT2002 . Here a pdf version of the lecture notes for the algebra part of MT2002
Teaching Software
I am one of the two developers of the Mathematical MacTutor software. This software has received a number of

138. RISC-Linz - Research Institute For Symbolic Computation
An institute of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria, founded in 1987 by Prof. Bruno Buchberger. Research focuses on the interaction and integration of mathematics and computer science. Site has project descriptions, publications, courses and software.
publications projects ... industry Bruno Buchberger Austrian Researcher of the Year
November 5: Lange Nacht der Forschung
RISC Courses Winter 2010
Transnational Access Program
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139. GAP System For Computational Discrete Algebra
Group at the University of St. Andrews developing GAP, a free system for computational discrete algebra.
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Main Branches
Download Overview Data Libraries Packages ...
Navigation Tree
Start Download Overview Data Libraries ... GAP 3
Site Structure Search Web Site Capabilities Manuals ... References
Welcome to GAP - Groups, Algorithms, Programming -
a System for Computational Discrete Algebra
What is GAP?
GAP is a system for computational discrete algebra, with particular emphasis on Computational Group Theory . GAP provides a programming language , a library of thousands of functions implementing algebraic algorithms written in the GAP language as well as large data libraries of algebraic objects. See also the overview and the description of the mathematical capabilities . GAP is used in research and teaching for studying groups and their representations, rings, vector spaces, algebras, combinatorial structures, and more. The system, including source, is distributed freely . You can study and easily modify or extend it for your special use. The current release is GAP 4.4.12. The pages of this web site describe this release if not stated otherwise. The webpage

140. Zuse-Institut Berlin: Optimierung, Optimierung
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum f r Informationstechnik, Berlin, Germany. The main area of research and development is algorithmic discrete mathematics. Details of publications and meetings.

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