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Implementing a computer algebra system in Haskell

2007
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Applied Mathematics and Computation
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There are basically two kinds of mathematical computation, numerical and symbolic. Numerical algorithms are usually implemented in strongly typed languages, and compiled with a view to efficiency. Symbolic algorithms are mostly written for interpreters in untyped languages. Therefore, symbolic mathematics is usually slow, and bug ridden. Since symbolic algorithms are usually more difficult to implement, there are also very few computer algebra systems. This paper presents a computer algebra

doi:10.1016/j.amc.2007.02.126
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