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ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
Wide distribution of the computer algebra system Mathematica 1 has encouraged numerous programmers, researchers and educators to produce libraries of programs in its special language, for incorporation as \packages" into Mathematica systems. Although some features of the language are quite interesting, some authors have found that for their purposes the Mathematica proprietary computer program has problematical and di cult-to-alter semantics. Therefore certain kinds of experiments anddoi:10.1145/1089419.1089421 fatcat:l3q6ms6qrna5jivjphszdeiszu