|Statement||ed. by Michael J. Wester.|
|Contributions||Wester, Michael J.|
|LC Classifications||QA155.7.E4 W48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 436 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||436|
Since computer algebra systems are undergoing rapid development and change, it is risky to make statements about system performance that might change with the next software release. For this reason, the importance of this book is not so much in the actual comparisons of systems as in the questions that are raised about the software. Elements of Computer Algebra with Applications can be used as a reference source for the researcher and as a text for students in numerical methods in the computer science or mathematics curriculum. It provides an excellent vehicle for teaching both theory and applications of algebra, effectively joining traditional algebra with computer by: In computational mathematics, computer algebra, also called symbolic computation or algebraic computation, is a scientific area that refers to the study and development of algorithms and software for manipulating mathematical expressions and other mathematical gh computer algebra could be considered a subfield of scientific computing, they are generally considered as distinct. Maxima is a computer algebra system comparable to commercial systems like Mathematica and Maple. It emphasizes symbolic mathematical computation: algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and much more. For example, Maxima solves x^2-r*x-s^2-r*s=0 giving the symbolic results [x=r+s, x=-s].
Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education Bill Pletsch On Lovelace, Babbage and the Origins of Computer Algebra Peter J. Larcombe Computer Algebra Systems Paulo Ney de Souza A. Major General Purpose CASs B. Resources C. Computer Algebra Synonyms References Biographies of Contributors Epilogue Index A short description of the book. The journal Computing has established a series of supplement volumes the fourth of which appears this year. Its purpose is to provide a coherent presentation of a new topic in a single volume. The previous subjects were Computer Arithmetic , Fundamentals of Numerical Computation , and Parallel Processes and Related Automata ; the topic of this Supplementum to Computing is. Algorithms for Computer Algebra is the first comprehensive textbook to be published on the topic of computational symbolic mathematics. The book first develops the foundational material from modern algebra that is required for subsequent topics. It then presents a thorough development of modern computational algorithms for such problems as multivariate polynomial arithmetic and . Book Description. The goal of Computer Algebra: Concepts and Techniques is to demystify computer algebra systems for a wide audience including students, faculty, and professionals in scientific fields such as computer science, mathematics, engineering, and physics. Unlike previous books, the only prerequisites are knowledge of first year calculus and a little programming experience — a.
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