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The Wolfram Technology Guide

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The Technology Guide explains important, often unique Mathematica technologies and relates them to practical advantages for users. This is the inside view of what makes Mathematica more trustworthy than its competitors. The Technology Guide is aimed at R&D managers and directors as well as current and potential Mathematica users. Quite apart from explaining Mathematica's capabilities, the guide is ideal for assessing benchmarking topics when considering what technical computing system to adopt.

*Mathematica Technology

technology guide, overview, 64-bit computing, Adaptive plot refinement, Automatic algorithm selection, Autovectorizing, Common subexpression detection and collection, Document-centered interface, Dynamic type detection, Dynamic type switching, Event detection and event localization, Expression-based document generation, Extended-precision computation, gigaNumerics, Interior point method, Interpolating objects, MathML, Notebook document, Numerical-precision control--specified input mode, Numerical-precision control--specified output mode, Numerical-precision tracking, Packed arrays, Piecewise functions, Processor optimization, Selective method override, Semantic-faithful typesetting, Serializable objects, Significance arithmetic, Sparse arrays, Subsystem autoseparation, Symbolically enhanced numeric computing, SymbolicXML, Task-oriented superfunctions, Transparent auto-compilation, Uniform expression model, Universal database connectivity, Web services