Symbolic Computation in Java: An Appraisement

@inproceedings{Bernardin1999SymbolicCI,
  title={Symbolic Computation in Java: An Appraisement},
  author={Laurent Bernardin and Bruce W. Char and Erich Kaltofen},
  booktitle={ISSAC},
  year={1999}
}
Java, first developed as a programming interface for web browsers, is being pushed by a consortium of companies as a high level programming language for general programming. Sun Microsystems provides, in addition to a compiler into byte code for an interpreter (the Java virtual machine), a multitude of libraries, most notably an object hierarchy for building graphical user interfaces: the Abstract Windowing Toolkit and the Swing components from the Java Foundation Classes. Internet browsers… CONTINUE READING
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