Computer Algebra with Symbolic C++

November 27, 2008

Computer Algebra with Symbolic C++

Authors: Yorick Hardy, Kiat Shi Tan and Willi-Hans Steeb

Edition: First

Publisher: World Scientific

Pages: 600

Price: £51.00 and £28.00

ISBN 9789812823600 and 33617

This presents the use of C++ to implement a symbolic algebra system. It covers the mathematics of computer algebra. The specialist material might interest advanced students doing a project.

Who is it for? Advanced, mathematically able programmers.

Presentation: Requires a combination of mathematical and programming competence and interest.

Would you recommend it? Not as a main course textbook.

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