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This paper is the result of a suggestion by B. F. Caviness 1 to publish a table of integrals obtained using the special function integration technique that has been described in detail elsewhere 2-8, since only a much abbreviated version of the table could be accommodated in 7. This integration...
An algorithm for recognizing Hurwitz polynomials is presented. It uses a recent result due to Beauzamy and the Euclidean algorithm. Some machine examples with timing are included.
We present a new approach to modelling a triangular Stewart platform, which we regard as defining an octahedron. The lines joining the unlinked articulation points correspond to the diagonals of the octahedron. Using a classical determinant identity, we show that the squares on the diagonals...
REDUCE2, 3, like many modern Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) (MACSYMA, MATHEMATICA, MAPLE, SCRATCHPAD to name a few), embodies a large amount of mathematical knowledge which is spread out through thousands of procedures in the source code of the system. Most of this knowledge is, however, in an...
We describe a new Pascal implementation, due to the second author, of programs of the first author which help study singularities of plane algebraic curves. Given an algebraic plane singularity (not necessarily irreducible), represented by a two-variable polynomial (with rational coefficients),...
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