Providing REDUCE more easily

J P Fitch

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REDUCE is a widely used algebraic system, largely because of its small size, and ready availability. As new versions of REDUCE become available and with it new facilities the advantage of smallness is being lost. At the same time there are new types of computers appearing, and there is a need for rapid implementation of REDUCE to deliver applications to users. This paper considers one approach to both these problems, namely writing entirely in C.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90)
EditorsV G Ganzha, V M Rudenko, E V Vorozhtsov
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherNova Science Publishers
PagesChapter 21, 1-13
Publication statusPublished - 1992
EventComputer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics -
Duration: 1 Jan 1992 → …

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ConferenceComputer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics
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Fitch, J. P. (1992). Providing REDUCE more easily. In V. G. Ganzha, V. M. Rudenko, & E. V. Vorozhtsov (Eds.), Proceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90) (pp. Chapter 21, 1-13). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Providing REDUCE more easily. / Fitch, J P.

Proceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90). ed. / V G Ganzha; V M Rudenko; E V Vorozhtsov. New York : Nova Science Publishers, 1992. p. Chapter 21, 1-13.

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Fitch, JP 1992, Providing REDUCE more easily. in VG Ganzha, VM Rudenko & EV Vorozhtsov (eds), Proceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90). Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. Chapter 21, 1-13, Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics, 1/01/92.
Fitch JP. Providing REDUCE more easily. In Ganzha VG, Rudenko VM, Vorozhtsov EV, editors, Proceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90). New York: Nova Science Publishers. 1992. p. Chapter 21, 1-13
Fitch, J P. / Providing REDUCE more easily. Proceedings of Computer Algebra and Its Applications to Mechanics 1990 (CAAM'90). editor / V G Ganzha ; V M Rudenko ; E V Vorozhtsov. New York : Nova Science Publishers, 1992. pp. Chapter 21, 1-13
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