Session “Interval and Computer-Algebraic Methods in Science and Engineering” at the 6th International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS) Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA’2000) Saint Petersburg, Russia, June 25-28, 2000 The main focus of the ACA’2000 conference, organized by Steklov Institute of Mathematics at St.Petersburg and by the Euler International Mathematical Institute, was: • on applications (actual and potential) of nontrivial computer algebra techniques, and • on interaction between computer algebra and other ﬁelds. Most algorithms developed in computer algebra assume that all the coefﬁcients are (exactly represented) real numbers; in many real-life situations, however, we only know the intervals which contain the actual (unknown) values. There is, there- fore, a need to combine methods of computer algebra and of interval computations. To cover this need, we organized a session on Interval and Computer-Algebraic Methods in Science and Engineering. This session turned out to be the largest of 17 sessions which formed the conference—the total of 17 papers were presented here: • F. M. Akhmedjanov and V. G. Krymsky, “Analysis of Dynamic System with Interval Parametric Uncertainty: Stability Margins in the Frequency Domain”; • J. Hoefkens and M. Berz, “Veriﬁcation of Invertibility and Charting of
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