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2004

2004

A cellular algorithm is syntnesized for solving systems of symbolic linear and nonlinear algebraic equations by matrix continued… Expand

2002

2002

Using LISP as the programming basis, Carl Engelman created MATHLAB in 1964 at MITRE within an artificial intelligence research… Expand

Highly Cited

2000

Highly Cited

2000

In this paper we discuss the package DESOLV written for the algebraic computing system MAPLE. DESOLV has routines which will… Expand

1991

1991

ABSTWCT: A course in Computer Algebra was developed at UCSD to teach mathematics majors about symbolic and seminumeric… Expand

1987

1987

Introduction. Using muMATH. Arithmetic. Simple Algebra. Mathematical Functions. Calculus. Series. Arrays and Matrices. Solving… Expand

1986

1986

Application of the MuMATH(R) Symbol Manipulation System to Chemically Significant Permutation Groups

The symbol-manipulation system MuMATH has been applied to the algebraic problem of generating characters and irreducible… Expand

1986

1986

Abstract muSIMP is described by its authors (David Stoutemyer and Albert Rich, of the Soft Warehouse, Honolulu. Hawaii) as a… Expand

Review

1985

Review

1985

A complete redesign of muMATH is nearing completion, and this paper previews some of the new capabilities, which include the… Expand

1984

1984

In Austrian high schools, some experiments for using computer algebra systems in secondary education have been made. The results… Expand

Review

1982

Review

1982

The following is a revision of a review of muSIMP/muMATH-79 which originally appeared in SIGPC NOTES V. 4 #1/2.