From novel mathematics to efficient algorithms. Do we have proper SD foundation to build future? [article]

<span title="2002-02-11">2002</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
Computer implementation of sophisticated algorithms for physics applications is greatly facilitated by the new generation of component-oriented SD technologies pioneered by Wirth's Oberon and embraced by the software industry (Sun's Java and Microsoft's C#). In a stark contrast with the deeply flawed C++, the Oberon technologies (specifically, the Component Pascal and the BlackBox development environment) offer an unparalleled SD platform for building scientific applications from sophisticated
more &raquo; ... ata processing to demanding symbolic calculations. Specific examples are discussed.
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