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  1. Unifying Petri Nets: Advances in Petri Nets (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  2. Chaos and Fractals: The Mathematics Behind the Computer Graphics (Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics) by Robert L. Devaney, 1989-07
  3. Handbook of Mathematics by I.N. Bronshtein, K.A. Semendyayev, et all 2007-10-11
  4. Numerical Mathematics Theory and Computer Applications by Carl-Erik Froberg, 1985-06
  5. Exploring Mathematics with your Computer (New Mathematical Library) by Arthur Engel, 1997-08-14
  6. Grammars and Automata for String Processing: From Mathematics and Computer Science to Biology, and Back (Topics in Computer Mathematics)
  7. Constrained Coding and Soft Iterative Decoding (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by John L. Fan, 2001-08-08
  8. Introduction to Matrix Computations (Computer Science and Applied Mathematics) by G. W. Stewart, 1973-06-11
  9. Computer Solution of Linear Programs (Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computation) by J. L. Nazareth, 1988-01-07
  10. Discrete Mathematics (Jones and Bartlett Books in Computer Science) by James Hein, 1996-01-05
  11. Computer Mathematics: Essential Math for Computer Proficiency by Donald Graybill, 1984-05
  12. Advanced Arithmetic for the Digital Computer by Ulrich W. Kulisch, 2002-11-20
  13. Numbers: Computers, Philosophers, and the Search for Meaning (History of Mathematics) by John Tabak, 2004-05
  14. Mathematical Foundations of Scientific Visualization, Computer Graphics, and Massive Data Exploration (Mathematics and Visualization)

121. Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science
by J Gustedt

122. University Of Maryland Institute For Advanced Computer Studies
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Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL: Insights from a Connected World by Derek Hansen, Ben Shneiderman, Marc A. Smith. Handbook of Signal Processing Systems Editors: Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya, Ed F. Deprettere, Rainer Leupers, Jarmo Takala CfAR Center for Automation Research CBCB Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology CDIG Center for Digital International Government CHESS Center for Human Enhanced Secure Systems CLIP Computational Linguistics and Information Processing CVL Computer Vision Laboratory DSSL Distributed Systems Software Laboratory FCMD Fraunhofer Center at Maryland GVIL Graphics and Visual Informatics Laboratory HCIL Human Computer Interaction Laboratory KECK Keck Lab for the Comp. Modeling of Visual Movement LAMP Language and Media Processing Laboratory LCCD Laboratory for Computational Cultural Dynamics LPDC Laboratory for Parallel and Distributed Computing Maxwell WiMAX Forum Applications Lab MIND Maryland Information and Network Dynamics Lab PIRL Perceptual Interfaces and Reality Laboratory
Dr. Larry Davis is co-director of the new Maryland Cybersecurity Center , an interdisciplinary research center, bringing together experts from engineering and computer science as well as information sciences, business, public policy, social sciences and economics to address our nation's growing needs in cybersecurity.

123. Ingentaconnect Publication: International Journal Of Computer Mathematics
International Journal of Computer Mathematics. ISSN 00207160. Taylor and Francis Ltd logo. Publisher Taylor and Francis Ltd

124. College Of Science & Technology - Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Computing and mathematical sciences, nursing and health sciences, physical and life sciences.
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125. Department Of Mathematics, Computer Science, & Statistics
Apr 14, 2010 The primary objective of the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics is to provide students with experiences in both
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Prof. Denise Michaelson, Dr. Sen Zhang, Prof. Jean Ostrowski, Dr. James Ryder, Dr. Grazyna Kamburowska, Prof. Richard Tyler, Dr. David Manes, Dr. Don Allison, Dr. Charles Ragozzine, Prof. Laura Munteanu, Dr. Marius Munteanu Seated [L->R] Dr. Jen-Ting Wang, Dr. Leo Alex (Chair), Dr. Deborah Farro-Lynd, Dr. Leah Bridgers Not in Photo: Prof. Melody Eldred, Prof. Lisa Gordon, Dr. Constant Goutziers, Prof. Dennis Higgins, Dr. Steven Johnson, Dr. Angeliki Kazas-Pontisakos, Dr. Frank Kost, Ms. Louise Mayne, Prof. Dolores McClenon, Prof. Robert Miller, Prof. Scott Purdy, Prof. Howard Reed, Prof. Lynne Talbot, Dr. Jian Tan, Prof. James York
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126. School Of Computing And Mathematical Sciences
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127. Computer Mathematics
Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Belarusian State Unuversity.

128. Free Online Computer Aided Mathematics Books ::
Computer Aided Mathematics An introduction to software programs that facilitate the manipulation of mathematical expressions in symbolic form.
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Topics Views Advertisements Algorithms For Computing With Modular Forms
Covers algorithms for computing spaces of modular forms and provides a rigorous foundation for the specific algorithms used.
An Introduction to R

Provides a comprehensive introduction to GNU R, a free software package for statistical computing and graphics.
Axiom - The 30 Year Horizon

This is the documentation of Axiom, a general purpose, free, and open source Computer Algebra system. It covers basic tutorials, programming materials and references. It includes examples that illustrate both the basic and advanced abilities.
Computations in Algebraic Geometry with Macaulay 2

This book presents algorithmic tools for algebraic geometry and experimental applications of them. It also introduces a software system in which the tools have been implemented and with which the experiments can be carried out.
Experiments with MATLAB
This book supplements high school and early college courses in mathematics and technical computing, including calculus and matrix theory. The expected background includes algebra, trigonometry, and some familiarity with computers.

129. CAST Communications
The Computers and Systems Technology helps develop application of computers and mathematics to chemical engineering problems.
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The Computing and Systems Technology (CAST) Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers ( AIChE ) is responsible for the wide range of activities within AIChE that involve the application of computers and mathematics to chemical engineering problems including process design, process control, operations, and applied mathematics. We arrange technical sessions at AIChE Meetings, organize special conferences, and publish the newsletter CAST Communications twice a year. These activities enable our members to keep abreast of the rapidly changing fields of computers and system technology. Benefits of CAST Membership ( Join now
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130. Notes At Conferences On Intelligent Computer Mathematics 2010
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131. Advanced Technology Council In Mathematics, Inc.
Fifth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics and Fourth Asian Symposium on Computer Mathematics. Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 1721 December 2000.
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ATCM will continue providing an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and educators in the fields of mathematics and mathematical sciences, together with researchers and developers of computer technology, to present their results in using technology with both basic and pedagogical research, and to exchange ideas and information in their latest developments. ATCM 2000 will cover a broad range of topics on the relevancy of technology in mathematical research and teaching. These include but are not limited to:
    Graphing Calculators
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    Machine Learning and Theorem Proving
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    Mathematical Research and Teaching Using Technology Mathematical Software and Tools on WWW Parallel and Distributed Computing and Applications
The conference will consist of plenary sessions by invited speakers, parallel sessions of contributed papers, and tutorial sessions on software and hardware relevant to research and teaching. Books, software and hardware may also be on display.

132. Theoretical Computer Science And Discrete Mathematics (CSDM) | School Of Mathema
The parent disciplines from which Theoretical Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics evolved were once represented at the Institute by John von Neumann
@import "/sites/all/themes/math09/print.css"; Search this site: CSDM I: On the Structure of Cubic and Quartic Po...
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Turing Machine If you would like to learn about this program and our activities, follow one of these links or read the background information The CSDM program, which is in its 11thyear, has two weekly seminars. The main purpose of this program is intensive research, often in cooperation with short-term visitors and local people from academic and research institutions such as Princeton University The Center for Computational Intractability Rutgers University DIMACS or . For more information, check out the pages

133. CTAC 2001 - Computational Techniques And Applications Conference
A conference on aspects of computational mathematics; scientific, technical, and industrial applications; and high performance computing. University Of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; 16-18 July 2001.
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Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR), Heidelberg, Germany
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Kent State University, Ohio, USA
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School of Finance and Economics, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Prof. Hugh Possingham Departments of Zoology and Mathematics, University of Queensland, Australia Prof. Graeme Fairweather Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA The 10th Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference 16-18 July 2001 University Of Queensland Brisbane QLD 4072 Australia A conference on aspects of computational mathematics; scientific, technical, and industrial applications; and high performance computing.
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CTAC is organised by the special interest group in computational techniques and applications of ANZIAM (Australia and New Zealand Applied Mathematics), the Applied Mathematics Division of the

134. Calcolo
Published under the direction of the Institute for Computational Mathematics in Pisa, Calcolo publishes papers in English on numerical analysis and its applications, and on the theory of computation. Tables of contents from vol.35 (1998) on; full text to subscribers.
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135. Bibliography On The Solution Of Sparse Linear Systems And Related Areas Of Compu
With emphasis on Computational Linear Algebra, High Performance Computing, Mathematical Programming and Graph Theory. Searchable.
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This bibliography includes references on the Solution of Sparse Linear Systems, and Related Areas of Computation, with emphasis on: Computational Linear Algebra, High Performance Computing, Mathematical Programming, Graph Theory.
Sparse Linear Systems, Direct Methods, Computational Linear Algebra, High Performance Computing

136. Bibliography On The Solution Of Sparse Linear Systems And Related Areas Of Compu
More than 2000 selected references, covering the solution of sparse linear systems and related areas of computation, including computational linear algebra, high performance computing, mathematical programming and graph theory.

137. Research Groups - School Of Computing, Engineering And Mathematics, University O
Computational Mathematics Group. Interests include Acoustics, Bubble dynamics, Diffusion in gels and Plasma physics.

138. Applicable Algebra In Engineering, Communication And Computing - Free Access Ava
(Springer) Tables of contents and abstracts from vol.6.4/5 (1995) on. Full text to subscribers from vol.8 (1997) on.
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