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When Jack van Lint was appointed as full professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology at the age of 26 he combined a PhD in number theory with a very open scientific mind. It took a sabbatical visit to Bell Laboratories in 1966 to make him understand that a new and fascinating field of applied mathematics was emerging: discrete mathematics. It(More)
An algorithm to generate solutions for members of a class of completely integrable partial differential equations has been derived from a constructive proof of Frobenius' Theorem. The algorithm is implemented as a procedure in the computer algebra system Maple. Because the implementation uses the facilities of Maple for solving sets of ordinary differential(More)
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