A list of research groups that do one of the following: * produce and/or maintain one or more computational algebra packages * develop and/or implement algorithms of relevance to computer algebra
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Anthony C. Hearn
Resident consultant at RAND; research work includes symbolic and algebraic computation (especially REDUCE), scientific software, digital publication and computer networks.
Centre for Computer Algebra
A scientific institution of the departments of Mathematics , Computer Science , and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern. The goal of the centre is to advance and to support the use of Computer Algebra in industry, research, and teaching.
Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra
University of St Andrews. Coordinates the international efforts to develop maintain and promote the GAP (groups, algorithms and programming) software package. People, project, meetings, reports, theses, library and teaching material.
Computational Algebra Group
Producers of MAGMA. Based at the University of Sydney, Australia.
Computer Algebra Group
Part of the Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM), Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada. Details of members, projects, meetings and publications.
Groups, Algorithms and Programming
Group at the University of St. Andrews developing GAP, a free system for computational discrete algebra.
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Department of Computer Algebra. Members, research projects and computer algebra resources. Site in Hungarian and English.
Department of Information Science, the University of Tokyo. Research projects include Computational Algebra and Geometry. Details of members' research and publications.
Ontario Research Centre for Computer Algebra (ORCCA)
University of Western Ontario and University of Waterloo. Carries out fundamental research in and development of mathematical software. Details of research project, members and meetings.
Programming and Symbolic Computation Team
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of La Rioja, Logroño, Spain. Research has been focused on the design, specification and construction of symbolic computation systems for Algebraic Topology.
Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC-Linz)
An institute of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria, founded in 1987 by Prof. Bruno Buchberger. Research focuses on the interaction and integration of mathematics and computer science. Site has project descriptions, publications, courses and software.
Symbolic Computation Group
University of Waterloo, Canada. Covers both symbolic computation and hybrid symbolic-numeric computation.
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