
Lectures on Randomized Numerical Linear Algebra
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Not another computer algebra system: Highlighting wxMaxima in calculus
This article introduces and explains a computer algebra system (CAS) wxM...
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A computer algebra system for the study of commutativity uptocoherent homotopies
The Python package ComCH is a lightweight specialized computer algebra s...
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Francy  An Interactive Discrete Mathematics Framework for GAP
Data visualization and interaction with large data sets is known to be e...
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The AbsentMinded Passengers Problem: A Motivating Challenge Solved by Computer Algebra
In (S.B. Ekhad and D. Zeilberger, 2020) an exciting case study has been ...
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SimilarityBased Equational Inference in Physics
Derivation in physics, in the form of derivation reconstruction of publi...
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ZpL: a padic precision package
We present a new package ZpL for the mathematical software system SM. It...
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Computer Algebra in R with caracas
The capability of R to do symbolic mathematics is enhanced by the caracas package. This package uses the Python computer algebra library SymPy as a backend but caracas is tightly integrated in the R environment, thereby enabling the R user with symbolic mathematics within R. Key components of the caracas package are illustrated in this paper. Examples are taken from statistics and mathematics. The caracas package integrates well with e.g. Rmarkdown, and as such creation of scientific reports and teaching is supported.
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