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A=B, by Petkovsek, Wilf, Zeilberger, is a book about identities, especially identities involving binomial sums and hypergeometric identities, and ways to prove them using computer programs. The entire text may be...
Algorithms in the "Real World" is a computer science class at Carnegie Mellon University. While the Course Versions links have information primarily related to each semester's offerings, the rest of the material on this...
This lesson from Illuminations teaches students to use a computer algebra system to determine the square root of 2 to a given number of decimal places. Students will learn how utilizing technology makes an algorithm...
A research site with papers to download, links to researchers, a newsletter, etc. Analysis of Algorithms (AofA) is a field in computer science whose overall goal is an understanding of the complexity of algorithms....
An applet that demonstrates some algorithms for computing the convex hull of points in three dimensions. See the points from different viewpoints; see how the Incremental algorithm constructs the hull, face by face;...

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