This volume constitutes the proceedings of the International Symposium on Design and Implementation of Symbolic Computation Systems (DISCO '93), held in Gmunden, Austria, in September 1993. The growing importance of systems for symbolic computation has greatly influenced the decision of organizing this third conference in the series: DISCO '93 focuses mainly on the most innovative methodological and technological aspects of the design and implementation of hardware and software systems for symbolic and algebraic computation, automated reasoning, geometric modeling and computation, and automatic programming. The general objective of DISCO '93 is to present an up-to-date view of the field and to serve as a forum insymbolic computation for the scientific exchange among academic, industrial and user communities. Besides invited talks by Buchberger, Monagan, Omodeo and Hong, the volume contains 28 contributions, carefully selected by a highly competent international program committee from a total of 56 submissions.Peter Fritzson, Vadim Engelson, Lars Viklund Programming Environments Laboratory Department of Computer and ... integrates object-oriented constructs such as classes and single and multiple inheritance within a computer algebra language. ... initially applying the environment to advanced machine element analysis (a machine element can loosely be defined as ... Most scientific software is still developed in FORTRAN the traditional way, manually translating mathematical modelsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Design and Implementation of Symbolic Computation Systems|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1993-09-02|