A computer algebra system (CAS) is a program which is able to carry out various symbolic manipulations with mathematical expressions. Some well-known computer-algebra systems: Mathematica, Maple, Wolfram Alpha, GAP, SAGE. For questions about Mathematica please see the ...

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Software for proving sum identites

Summations can really get complicated - esp. when you have convoluted n-fold summations with all kinds of different indices. My question: Is there some software (or add-on) with which you can find ...
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Solving a nonlinear system using Groebner basis computations

I have discovered that Groebner basis computations may help in a problem I am working on. However, I am having some very specific problems. First, the literature I have discovered on Groebner basis ...
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CAS: Computing homology of complex of non-free abelian groups

Which computer algebra system allows me to compute the homology of a complex of finitely presented abelian groups which are not necessarily free? Sage and Magma apparently don't: see here and here. ...
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Maple: How to turn a set of vectors into a matrix?

In Maple the command NullSpace turns a given matrix into a set of vectors -- a basis for its null space. This is precisely what it should in a mathematical sense. However, for computations using the ...
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Traditional axes in 3d Mathematica plots?

Is there any way to tell Mathematica 7 to use "traditional" axes rather than boxing a three-dimensional graph? That is, rather than the default view produced by ...
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Maple: How to input such system so that it would be solved?

How to input such system into maple so that it would solve it? BTW we some part of system will be given to us, which we do not know certainly - may be some $A_i$'s may be some $B_i$'s as ...
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Computer Programs for Pure Mathematicians

Question: Which computer programs are useful for a pure mathematician to familiarize themselves with? Less Briefly: I was once told that, now-a-days, any new mathematician worth his beans knows how ...
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symbolic computation program/software

What is your recommended symbolic computation program/software for free and commercial respectively? What are its strength and weakness? For example, efficiency, comprehensiveness, etc Thanks!
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Derivatives of Brownian motion or Box Options Greeks

Here's the probability (I think) that a particle in Brownian motion (w/ standard deviation $\sqrt{t}$) will exceed $m$ between times $t_1$ and $t_2$: $$\frac1{2\sqrt{2\pi}}\int_{-\infty }^m ...
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CAS with a standard language

I hope this question is suitable for the site. I recently had to work with Mathematica, and the experience was, to put it kindly, unpleasing. I do not have much experience with similar programs, but ...
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Can you recommend a decent online or software calculator?

I'm looking for an online or software calculator that can show me the history of items I typed in, much like an expensive Ti calculator. Can you recommend any?