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Recent Developments in Complex Analysis and Computer Algebra
Twentyfive years ago when I studied Physics, only one of the students who participated in a laboratory course that I took was possessing one of the first calculators to process the data we were obtaining. Believe it or not, everybody else, including me, had to use a slide-rule for this purpose. Nowadays, the calculator is used by everybody, by far not only for academic purposes. Hence it is the responsibility of the school education, and here in particular of the Mathematics education, to takedoi:10.1007/978-1-4613-0297-1_14 fatcat:vg6iin2oeveerhqbtf5azhya4y