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ACM Communications in Computer Algebra
ACM Press
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  Fraction-free factoring revisited
Middeke J., Jeffrey D.  ACM Communications in Computer Algebra 48(3/4): 130-132, 2014. Type: Article

This is the abstract of a poster presented at the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC) 2014 dealing with Gaussian elimination over a ring R, and hence “fraction free,” that is, not wo...

Jul 16 2015
  The new group theory package in Maple 17
Postma E.  ACM Communications in Computer Algebra 47(3/4): 174-178, 2013. Type: Article

Computer algebra systems are generally divided [1] into those that treat groups, or other mathematical structures, such as GAP, Cayley, and Magma, and those that treat polynomials and objects built from polynomials, such as Macsyma and its derivat...

Jun 30 2014
  POLY: a new polynomial data structure for Maple 17
Monagan M., Pearce R.  ACM Communications in Computer Algebra 46(3/4): 164-167, 2012. Type: Article

The title of this paper describes the content exactly. Maple did not previously have a dedicated data structure for polynomials; it stored them as general expressions, which were stored in a sum of products (SoP) representation. Since there was no...

Mar 17 2014
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