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  1. Algorithms for Computer Algebra by Keith O. Geddes, Stephen R. Czapor, et all 1992-09-30
  2. Practical Use of Mathcad: Solving Mathematical Problems with a Computer Algebra System by Hans Benker, 1999-11-23
  3. Geometric Algebra for Computer Science (Revised Edition): An Object-Oriented Approach to Geometry (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Graphics) by Leo Dorst, Daniel Fontijne, et all 2007-04-06
  4. Computer Algebra, Second Edition: Systems and Algorithms for Algebraic Computation by J. H. Davenport, Y. Siret, et all 1993-06-30
  5. Modern Computer Algebra by Joachim von zur Gathen, Jürgen Gerhard, 2003-09-01
  6. Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Mathematical Methods by Joel S. Cohen, 2003-01
  7. Numerical Linear Algebra on High-Performance Computers (Software, Environments and Tools) by Jack J. Dongarra, Iain S. Duff, et all 1987-01-01
  8. Elements of Computer Algebra With Applications by Alkiviadis G. Akritas, 1989-03-30
  9. Applied Algebra for the Computer Sciences (Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation) by Arthur Gill, 1976-02
  10. Handbook of Computer Vision Algorithms in Image Algebra by Joseph N. Wilson, Gerhard X. Ritter, 2000-09-21
  11. Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation: Elementary Algorithms by Joel S. Cohen, 2002-07
  12. Geometric Algebra for Computer Graphics by John A. Vince, 2008-04-14
  13. Mathematics for Computer Algebra by Maurice Mignotte, 1991-11-25
  14. Quantum Mechanics Using Computer Algebra: Includes Sample Programs in C++, Symbolicc++, Maxima, Maple, and Mathematica by Willi-Hans Steeb, Yorick Hardy, 2010-03-24

1. The Yacas Computer Algebra System
Acronym for Yet Another computer algebra System, an opensource software package. Supports arbitrary precision arithmetic, matrices, and differential and integral calculus.
Yacas is a general purpose easy to use Computer Algebra System (a CAS is a program that can be used to do symbolic manipulation of mathematical expressions). It is built on top of its own programming language designed for this purpose, in which new algorithms can easily be implemented. In addition, it comes with extensive documentation on the functionality implemented and methods used to implement them.
This entire site (including the documentation) can also be found in the source code distribution

2. Computer Algebra Benchmarks
computer algebra Benchmarks Benchmark Initiative, computer algebra Fachgruppe of GI, DMV and GAMM The initiative will discuss, develop, define, collect all facettes of this challenging problem.
Computer Algebra Benchmarks
Benchmark Initiative, Computer Algebra Fachgruppe of GI, DMV and GAMM
The initiative will discuss, develop, define, collect all facettes of this challenging problem. It should analyse and develop test suites but also define standard examples for the various topics of computer algebra where algorithm and system developer can test their newly developed and improved methods. Furthermore, all kinds of test examples should be collected and consolidated. Computer Algebra Benchmarks Collection from July 1998. The CASBENCH Computer Algebra Benchmarks , a proposal from 1995 for the beginning of some computer algebra benchmarking, discussed by the Computer Algebra Fachgruppe.
More Links:
Additional Computer Algebra WWW Pages CAIS der Computeralgebra Fachgruppe This servers homepage Heinz Kredel , e-mail: Last modified: Mon Jun 28 16:50:34 MEST 1999

3. IDA: Algebra Interactive
An HTMLbased book by Arjeh M. Cohen, Hans Cuypers and Hans Sterk. It focuses on an algorithmic approach to algebraic structures. Many of these tools and examples use the computer algebra package GAP. Site has samples and errata.

4. Stichting Computer Algebra Nederland
Developers and distributors of the. computer algebra system MuPAD. The MuPAD Research Group
Stichting Computer Algebra Nederland
About CAN
CAN, Computer Algebra Nederland, is a foundation established in 1988 stimulating and coordinating the use of computer algebra (systems) in education and research. The number of computer algebra specialists and users in the Netherlands is limited and they are scattered over several disciplines, each having its own scientific and organizational traditions. An additional goal of CAN is to provide specialists and users with a common platform for discussing problems of mutual interest. A lot of historic material can be found by following the links to old CAN pages Access to the Dutch node of the CAINetwork is provided via the original home page below. The information has not been updated since 1998.
CAN diensten
Since 1995 the commercial activities of CAN are concentrated in an independent company, CAN-diensten, specializing in software for mathematics and statistiscs.
Prize Problem
The winner of the CAN 2001 Prize Problem has been announced (July 2002). See the to the CAN Prize Problem page.

5. Special Interest Group On Symbolic And Algebraic Manipulation (SIGSAM)
The ACM SIGSAM Bulletin. Some tables of contents and sample articles.
Communications in Computer Algebra
Welcome to the home page of the SIGSAM Bulletin. This page includes the table of contents for some issues of the Bulletin. One sample paper from each issue can be downloaded from this site. You may order the Bulletin by becoming a member of SIGSAM. You may become a member of SIGSAM through ACM, which you may contact at this URL
Other Sites of Interest
BiBTeX archive (HTML form) for Sigsam Articles 19721996 , automatically produced by the program of Nelson H. F. Beebe SIGSAM ARCHIVE (maintained by Gene Cooperman-more current than the ACM page SIGSAM Fact Sheet (maintained by ACM) Other Computer Algebra Sites of Interest
Contents of Recent Bulletin Issues
These pages are all ugly-we're experimenting. Contents of Volume 30, No. 1, Issue 115, March 1996 Contents of Volume 30, No. 2, Issue 116, June. 1996 Contents of Volume 30, No. 3, Issue 117, Sept. 1996 Contents of Volume 30, No. 4, Issue 118, Dec. 1996 ... Contents of Volume 31, No. 2, Issue 120, June 1997 The 64 page issues begin here. Contents of Volume 31, No. 3, Issue 121, September 1997

6. QuickMath Automatic Math Solutions
integration and differentiation, computer algebra, Theorem proving, Applications of computer algebra Systems (CAS),





Scientific notation

Please support QuickMath by making a donation.
What is QuickMath?
QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet. Think of it as an online calculator that solves equations and does all sorts of algebra and calculus problems - instantly and automatically! When you submit a question to QuickMath, it is processed by Mathematica, the largest and most powerful computer algebra package available today. The answer is then sent back to you and displayed right there on your browser, usually within a couple of seconds. Best of all, QuickMath is 100% free! QuickMath is a new service which is being continually expanded. If you want a new feature added to QuickMath, please let us know . Chances are you'll get it!
What can QuickMath do?
QuickMath will automatically answer the most common problems in algebra, equations and calculus faced by high-school and college students. The algebra section allows you to expand, factor or simplify virtually any expression you choose. It also has commands for splitting fractions into partial fractions, combining several fractions into one and cancelling common factors within a fraction.

7. SAL- Mathematics - Computer Algebra Systems
The major purpose of a computer algebra System (CAS) is to manipulate a formula symbolically using the computer. For example, expanding, factorizing, root finding, or simplifying an algebraic polynomial are some of the common uses of CAS.
The major purpose of a Computer Algebra System (CAS) is to manipulate a formula symbolically using the computer. For example, expanding, factorizing, root finding, or simplifying an algebraic polynomial are some of the common uses of CAS. However, many systems listed here have gone far beyond that and also offer other functionalities like numerical calculation, graphics, and simulations. They are included in this section because their very original, and still their most distinguishable capability is performing computer algebra. Search SAL: Computer Algebra Systems Commercial, Shareware, GPL Axiom a computer algebra system with powerful symbolic solver.
interactive program with interface to a computer algebra library.
Computer Algebra Kit
collection of small programs for computer algebra.
computer algebra software for constructive algebraic geometry in Maple.
a special-purpose system for doing Computations in Commutative Algebra.
online symbolic math and computer algebra system.
computations in and with algebraic structures and substructures.

8. Ontario Research Centre For Computer Algebra - ORCCA
University of Western Ontario and University of Waterloo. Carries out fundamental research in and development of mathematical software. Details of research project, members and meetings.

9. Webserver
The REDUCE computer algebra System Version 3.7 of REDUCE has been released on April 30th, 1999. Please see the announcement by Tony Hearn and the documentation for the new version.
The address is not used as webserver. Please use instead. The full URL is

10. Computer Algebra And Problem Solving Environments
Abstract for Stanly Steinberg's article in Comparative CAS Reviews and Philosophy , suggesting 6 ways in which computer algebra systems could be improved.
Computer Algebra and Problem Solving Environments
Stanly Steinberg
in Comparative CAS Reviews and Philosophy , organized by Michael Wester
Problem Solving Environments provide a promising new approach for solving modeling problems that occur in engineering and science [1]. Such environments will provide easy access to integrated symbolic and numeric computing and this will greatly enhance the tools available to modelers. However, this will place new demands on computer algebra systems.
  • It is important to have a true paper and pencil system. Such systems will not assume that the user wishes to compute something, but that the user wishes to reason about some problem and then, possibly later, either compute something numerically or symbolically. The attitude of "I know the chain rule and will use it if I can" must be replaced by a system that can apply the chain rule in the standard way, or apply it in reverse, and have tools for helping decide which is appropriate. Clearly, heuristic reasoning systems are critical. Computer algebra systems should be able to write both numerical and symbolic programs in their own language. It will then be a relatively simple matter to translate such programs to other languages. In some sense this can be done in all CASs, but the available utilities are not helpful. This will be illustrated by some work the author is doing on a problem solving environment called SciNapse.
  • 11. Department Of Computer Algebra
    Of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. General and special-purpose systems and substrates.
    General Purpose Computer Algebra Systems
    Special Purpose Computer Algebra Systems
    Computer Algebra Substrates
    Back to Department of Computer Algebra

    12. LiveMath : Computer Algebra System & MathEQ: Mathematical Typesetting
    computer algebra and graphing tool formerly sold under the product names Theorist and MathView, with ancillary product Expressionist. Includes a browser plugin.
    NEWS : February 17, 2003:
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    New! Mac OS X Available in More Than 13 Languages! Take a Quick Tour of the LiveMath Product Suite Theorist Interactive, LLC 26 Church Street, Harvard Square

    13. ACDCA-Homepage, Austrian Center For Didactics Of Computer Algebra
    © 2003 ACDCA Austrian Center for Didactics of computer algebra. Letzte Änderung 18.2.2003
    Deutsch English Sie sind seit 1. 9. 1999 der 36860. Besucher. ACDCA - Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra Letzte Änderung: 9.3.2003

    14. Computer Algebra Group At SFU
    Part of the Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM), Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada. Details of members, projects, meetings and publications.
    Computer Algebra Group
    at Simon Fraser University
    We are part of the Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM), a Simon Fraser University research centre within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
    About the Group
    Projects ...
    Positions Available
    Special events
    August 12-16, 2002: Teaching and Doing Mathematics with Maple January 22-23, 2003, ``Special Functions in the Digital Age'' workshop.
    Paper submission deadlines
    January 13th, 2003: ISSAC '03, Philadelphia, August 3-6, 2003 January 22n, 2003: MEGA '03, Kaiserslautern, Germany, June 10-14, 2003 February 7th, 2003: MSW '03, Waterloo, Ontario, July 13-15, 2003 Last updated Fri Aug 16 22:34:03 PDT 2002

    15. Eduscape2000
    Company that develops computer software for algebra, calculus, and differential equations.
    O ur primary objective at Eduscape is to create learning software for business and education. We feel the Internet, along with your PC, is the ultimate distant learning tool. We use a combination of CDROMs and the Internet to present learning materials. The learning programs use Real Audio sound clips, digital movies, and hyperlinking. These materials allow the learner to interact with the media, as opposed to the traditional or electronic textbook approach. T he algebra package is a finished product and is available over the Internet or on CDROM. We highly recommend the algebra course for individuals who are home school teaching. In all online classes students receive e-mail support. Eduscape is available to provide in-services on the techniques used in the tutorials. . T ake a look at the interactive math demos . Please, let us know how we can help you with distant learning or advertising on the Internet. The student can interact with the lessons as opposed to being a passive learner. Check out our online courses. We have special student and institution prices, send your e-mail address to us for pricing. A B O U T U S E duscape is a small company that develops computer software for learning. Our software tutors students in mathematics and computer science. In mathematics we are starting with algebra, calculus, and differential equations. Microsoft Visual Basic programming and HTML scripting will be the first topics for computer science. We use NetObjects Fusion and

    16. Computational Physics [UWA Physics]
    Simulation and modelling are usually taught by stressing numerical techniques this course focuses on using symbolic or computer algebra in particular, using Mathematica.
    Computational Physics
    Lecturer: Dr Paul Abbott
    Phone +61 (0) 8 9380 2734
    Fax +61 (0) 8 9380 1014
    The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers Richard Hamming
    What is Computational Physics?
    The broad categories of computational physics are simulation, visualisation and modelling. At a finer scale, computational physics embraces a wide range of areas including numerical methods, algorithms and data analysis. Simulation and modelling are usually taught by stressing numerical techniques this course focuses on using symbolic or computer algebra in particular, using Mathematica The objectives of this course are:
  • to use computers as an aid to understanding real physical systems;
  • to learn efficient methods for the analysis of these systems. You should also regularly visit the newsgroup uwa.comp.physics as comments, updates, answers, and suggestions will be posted there.
    Computational Experiments
  • 17. Nico Benschop Homepg: Powersums, Fermat, Waring, Goldbach, Cantor; History
    A compendium of papers by Nico F. Benschop on abstract algebra, number theory, computer science and physics.
    Welcome to the homepage of
    Nico F. Benschop
    John Glenn (77), Shuttle #92: Discovery - 7nov1998 @ Kennedy Space Center... Proficiat!
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    Spirit of St.Louis - 21may1927 @ Le Bourget, Paris... touch down!
    - - - - - - - And the E xplorative . D iscovery . S pirit goes on ... ;-) - - - - - - - Home email: . . AmSpade Research Edouard Manet (1882): Chrystal vase + clematis >
    (beware: with sci.math Core ;-)
    about: Curiosity and Search "An open mind is a joy forever " Inertia " Climbing Mount Prejudice " Generalize " If a problem is too hard, generalize it " Simplify " We have to fight uphill to rediscover the obvious " Coincidence " Life is fighting entropy " My CV Work Play ff finite fun . . (reflections in the finite)* Fermat, Waring, Goldbach -:- view Arithmetic as Function composition (semigroups) :
    . . . Additive Number Theory : hard problems, solved via semigroups Z(.) mod m_k , and . . . The sawtooth of Evolution Links (en Rechts;-) + Discussions 8 papers ... at "" (old: before dec-2001) and . . at "

    18. Bath University - Department Of Computer Science
    Department of computer Science. Research themes Computational algebra and geometry; HCI; Multimedia computing; Systems software engineering.

    Undergraduate Students

    Postgraduate Students

    Exchange/Visiting Students

    Undergraduate Admissions
    Designing for Society, HCI 2003
    Maintained by web support

    19. Computer Applications In Chemical Engineering
    HomePage for checomp, a mailing list that discusses process simulation software, computer algebra systems, numerical systems and computer programming as tools for solving chemical engineering problems.
    Computer Applications in CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    where ChE Softwares are born Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering [che-comp] is an electronic mailing list hosted by eGroups. It discusses process simulation softwares, computer algebra systems, numerical systems, and computer programming as tools for solving chemical engineering problems. The use of computing technology has gained so much importance in the field of chemical engineering. One of the goals of this group is to provide a venue for chemical engineers, both in the industry and in the academe, to collaborate in preparing future chemical engineers to meet the challenges of the chemical engineering profession more specifically in the use of computer softwares. It is likewise aimed to develop mutual cooperation among chemical engineers in the development of computer applications that will benefit the chemical industry and the academic community. Students, teachers and chemical engineers in different industries are welcome to join the group. Let this mailing list be a vehicle for enhancing and promoting goodwill among us. Let our interest in computing technology and our desire to find better solutions for existing chemical engineering problems bind us together. To help implement the initial goals of the list, we have created the

    20. Ontario Research Centre For Computer Algebra - ORCCA
    Researchers at ORCCA study algorithms and software systems for symbolic mathematical computation. At any given time a number of visitors and postdocs are hosted.

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