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MathSource Reviews: Mathematica-Driven Interactive World Wide Web Sites

Matthew M. Thomas
Organization: Boeing Phantom Works
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Mathematica in Education and Research
Year: 1997
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Page range: 46-50

In this MathSource Review, we again take our review fodder from that larger MathSource -- the World Wide Web. We probe two web sites in which one submits inputs for Mathematica processing, and gets HTML-dressed Mathematica output for his or her efforts. Both sites adroitly show off the symbolic/numerical algebra/calculus capabilities of the motherware, but one does so to a much greater extent than its counterpart. Ironically, the handlers of said counterpart are by far in the best position to do the most exhibiting, as will become evident.

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