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Algebraic Programming in Mathematica

Andrzej Kozlowski
Organization: Tokyo Denki University
Department: Faculty of Information Environment
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The Mathematica Journal
Year: 2004
Volume: 9
Issue: 2
Page range: 483-495

1. What is Algebraic Programming? 2. Coefficients of Polynomials and Series 3. Attributes in Mathematica 4. The 4 Fours Problem 5. The Hard 4 Fours Problem Acknowledgments References

"Algebraic Programming" means programming based on the use of algebraic concepts, such as commutativity, associativity, and distributivity. It is a method of programming for which Mathematica is particularly well suited. We give several examples of algebraic programming in Mathematica, culminating with a solution of a problem that was posted to the MathGroup email list.

*Mathematica Technology > Programming > Symbolic Computation
*Mathematics > Algebra
*Mathematics > Discrete Mathematics
*Mathematics > Recreational Mathematics
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