By Klaus G. Fischer, Philippe Loustaunau, Jay Shapiro, Edward Green, David Farkas

According to the 5th Mid-Atlantic Algebra convention held lately at George Mason collage, Fairfax, Virginia. makes a speciality of either the sensible and theoretical points of computational algebra. Demonstrates particular computing device programs, together with using CREP to check the illustration of concept for finite dimensional algebras and Axiom to review algebras of finite rank.

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