Computers Algorithms Computational Algebra
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Computational Algebra refers to the use of computers to perform mathematical operations in either a symbolic or numeric fashion. This includes (but is not limited to) such objects of interest as: * arbitrary precision integers * polynomials * finite fields * groups * vectors * matrices * graphs * codes * curves * integrals * differential equations * limits and many more. This section aims to provide references to subjects of relevance to the field of computational algebra, including lists of available software and descriptions of important algorithms in the field.

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Communications in Computer Algebra
The ACM SIGSAM Bulletin. Some tables of contents and sample articles.
Computer Algebra Nederland (CAN)
Coordinates the use of computer algebra in education and research. Research reports, newsletters and historical material.
Groebner Bases
Definitions, properties and applications.
GROEBNER: A Package for Calculating Gröbner Bases
A REDUCE package by H. Melenk and W. Neun, Konrad--Zuse--Zentrum, Berlin. [pdf]
Journal of Symbolic Computation
Editors' site. Abstracts, contents, calls for papers and author information.
SIGSAM
ACM Special Interest Group in Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation. Site has details of meetings, reports and other links.
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