Symbolic mathematical computation—introduction and overview

@inproceedings{Tobey1971SymbolicMC,
  title={Symbolic mathematical computation—introduction and overview},
  author={Robert G. Tobey},
  booktitle={SYMSAC '71},
  year={1971}
}
A specific model depicting the nature of research and development work in symbolic mathematical computation is presented. The model provides the organization for this introduction and overview. Basic concepts and issues are adumbrated from the user's point of view, from the mathematician's point of view, and from the designer/implementer's point of view. The model focuses attention on the need for measurement by displaying the scientifically necessary, but currently nonexistent, information… CONTINUE READING

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