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One of the objectives of the project reported on was to explore the usability of PL/I for the purpose of writing a symbolic formula manipulation program in a higher level language. The first step along this line is writing an algebraic simplification program.
This paper is a response to Joel Moses's recent paper, "The Function of FUNCTION in LISP, or ... ". We give some examples where the FUNARG feature of LISP 1. 5 is relative useful, and suggest a computationally efficient implementation of FUNARG. The idea in the proposal is to let a...
It is not always easy to give a paper on the applications of certain computing techniques to a highly specialized branch of science. On the other hand, theoretical chemistry is already one of the biggest "customers" of numerical computing in science and offers a wide potential of nonnumerical...
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