MathSource: What's New 9/15 (long)

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New Materials on MathSource --------------------------- MathSource is an on-line collection of Mathematica notebooks, packages, documentation, and related-materials contributed by Mathematica users around the world and by the staff here at Wolfram Research. It is freely accessible via electronic mail, anonymous ftp, and direct dialup. For more information about MathSource, send an email message containing the line Help Intro to the MathSource server at MathSource at wri.com To obtain a full listing of all materials in MathSource, send an email message containing the line Find * to the MathSource server. The following list contains materials that have been added to the MathSource collection or updated with new versions since August 15, 1993. To have any of the materials in this list sent to you automatically, send an email message containing the command Send XXXX-XXX to the MathSource server at MathSource at wri.com, where XXXX-XXX is the item-number given in the listing. Questions and comments about MathSource should be addressed to ms-admin at wri.com. ============================================================= New materials in MathSource for the period 8/15/93 -- 9/15/93 0205-254: C, FORTRAN77, Maple and TeX Code Generation Package (August 23, 1993) Author: Mark Sofroniou Format.m is a package which extends Mathematica's built-in formatting rules. The author gives examples of shortcomings of the standard rules where code generated may not be syntactically correct and of appropriate precision. The package and documentation address these shortcomings and extend the formatting rules to include lists as data objects and assignments to expressions. Demonstrations are included that show the package may be used to considerably enhance and automate code generation. The result is a symbiosis of symbolic-numeric environments built upon the existing Splice communication process. Finally, we conclude with some examples from applied numerical mathematics, where the package has been used to establish a generalized formulation to a problem via the use of a template file. 0011: README.txt Author's notes (August 23, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0022: Format.m Mathematica package (August 23, 1993; 56 kilobytes) 0033: Manual.ma Documentation in Notebook form (August 23, 1993; 139 kilobytes) 0044: Manual.tex Documentation in LaTeX form (August 23, 1993; 88 kilobytes) 0055: driver.f main driver routine (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0066: example.mf simple FORTRAN77 main routine template file (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0077: func.mf FORTRAN77 function routine template file (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0088: newton.mf FORTRAN77 template file for Newton's method. Uses the LAPACK linear solution routine provided in the file linsolv.f (August 23, 1993; 3 kilobytes) 0099: rksub.mf FORTRAN77 template file for the Runge-Kutta method (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0101: rkoptsub.mf an optimized version of rksub.mf (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0112: sub.mf A FORTRAN77 subroutine template file (June 29, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0123: linsolv.f LAPACK linear solution and LU decomposition for use with the template file newton.mf (August 23, 1993; 66 kilobytes) 0202-352: Calculus Student Tools (August 16, 1993) Author: Jack K. Cohen Mathematica package implementing several different methods of approximate numerical integration; including Riemann Sum, left and right endpoint rules, trapezoid rule, midpoint rule, Simpson's rule, and Newton's method. Also contains a fix for the infamous cube root problem (i.e., the negative root, instead of a complex one is selected for (-1)^(p/q), when q is odd and p/q is in lowest terms). This file is intended to be part of the student environment via init.m. This tools package is part of a larger collection of courseware from the Colorado School of Mines. See MathSource item 0203-386. 0011: Calculus.m Mathematica Package (August 16, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0203-386: The Colorado School of Mines Weekly Calculus Projects -- 300dpi (August 16, 1993) Author: Jack K. Cohen The Colorado School of Mines uses Mathematica in all sections of the campus-wide required first year calculus sequence. This is a collection of weekly Mathematica projects designed to demonstrate the realistic use of Mathematica in scientific work. Mathematica is introduced at a measured pace and competence is built steadily. There are occasional references to the Edwards and Penney text, Edition 3, but the material is not tied to this text in any essential way. Note: The PostScript files contained in this item are formatted at 300 dots-per-inch. A 400dpi version is available as item-number 0205-603. 0011: README.txt author notes and file invoice (August 16, 1993; 5 kilobytes) 0022: Colorado-300dpi.tar.Z compressed Unix tar file (August 16, 1993; 3009 kilobytes) 0033: Colorado-300dpi.sit.hqx binhexed Stuffit file for Macintosh (August 16, 1993; 4719 kilobytes) 0044: Colorado-300dpi.zip PK-Zip archive file (August 16, 1993; 2508 kilobytes) 0205-603: The Colorado School of Mines Weekly Calculus Projects -- 400dpi (August 16, 1993) Author: Jack K. Cohen The Colorado School of Mines uses Mathematica in all sections of the campus-wide required first year calculus sequence. This is a collection of weekly Mathematica projects designed to demonstrate the realistic use of Mathematica in scientific work. Mathematica is introduced at a measured pace and competence is built steadily. There are occasional references to the Edwards and Penney text, Edition 3, but the material is not tied to this text in any essential way. Note: The PostScript files contained in this item are formatted at 400 dots-per-inch. A 300dpi version is available as item-number 0203-386. 0011: README.txt author notes and file invoice (August 16, 1993; 5 kilobytes) 0022: Colorado-400dpi.tar.Z compressed Unix tar file (August 16, 1993; 3590 kilobytes) 0033: Colorado-400dpi.sit.hqx binhexed Stuffit file for Macintosh (August 16, 1993; 5544 kilobytes) 0044: Colorado-400dpi.zip PK-Zip archive file (August 16, 1993; 2942 kilobytes) 0201-957: Differential Geometry in 3-Space (December 11, 1992) Author: Matthew L. Demsey DiffGeo.m computes First Fundamental, Second Fundamental, Christoffels of the second kind, Curvature, Jacobian, etc. of 3-space surfaces specified in parameteric form. SomeSurfaces.ma is a trivial package of well-known surfaces in parameteric form. It was meant as a supplement load for DiffGeo.ma, but is not required to run DiffGeo.ma 0011: DiffGeo.m Mathematica Package (December 11, 1992; 8 kilobytes) 0022: SomeSurfaces.m Mathematica Package (April 1, 1992; 2 kilobytes) 0205-579: DiscontinuityPlot: for 2D plots of functions with discontinuities (August 14, 1993) Author: Ulrich Jentschura DiscontinuityPlot is used to plot real-valued discontinuous functions of one real variable, such as the tangent. At the discontinuity, the second derivative of the function assumes very high absolute values. This is used to locate the discontinuities and to omit them from the plot. You can use the Threshold-option in order to give the threshold value for the second derivative (if the second derivative exceeds the threshold value at a particular point, the point is omitted from the plot). 0000: DiscontinuityPlot.doc Documentation for DiscontinuityPlot.m package (August 14, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0011: DiscontinuityPlot.m Mathematica package (August 14, 1993; 3 kilobytes) 0204-938: Introduction to Programmimng with Mathematica (August 27, 1993) Author: Richard J. Gaylord A set of Mathematica notebooks and packages to accompany "Introduction to Programming with Mathematica" by Richard J. Gaylord, Samuel N. Kamin, and Paul R. Wellin; published by TELOS -- Springer-Verlag, ISBN 0-387-94048-0. The notebooks follow the chapter organization. In addition to the notebooks for each chapter, files Chapx.m that contain the same material as Chapx.ma, but in a package format are included. These packages can be read by those without the notebook interface. 0011: readme.txt Author's notes, distribution and compatibility information (August 27, 1993; 5 kilobytes) 0022: book.txt Table of Contents and overview of text (August 27, 1993; 8 kilobytes) 0033: preface.txt Book preface (August 27, 1993; 12 kilobytes) 0044: legal.txt Licensing information (August 27, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0055: addcr.exe DOS/Windows executable for file format conversion (August 27, 1993; 11 kilobytes) 0066: chap1.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 7 kilobytes) 0077: chap2.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 11 kilobytes) 0088: chap4.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 15 kilobytes) 0099: chap6.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0101: chap7.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 24 kilobytes) 0112: chap8.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 10 kilobytes) 0123: chap9.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 13 kilobytes) 0134: chap10.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 24 kilobytes) 0145: chap11.ma Mathematica notebook (August 27, 1993; 7 kilobytes) 0156: chap1.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0167: chap2.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 4 kilobytes) 0178: chap4.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 7 kilobytes) 0189: chap6.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 7 kilobytes) 0190: chap7.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 13 kilobytes) 0202: chap8.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 4 kilobytes) 0213: chap9.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 5 kilobytes) 0224: chap10.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 13 kilobytes) 0235: chap11.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0205-715: Introductory Workshop Tutorials Using Examples from Physics (September 14, 1993) Author: Bill Titus This is a set of seventeen interactive notebooks that have been used in an introductory workshop on Mathematica for physicists and oriented toward the notebook front end on the Macintosh and NeXTStep platforms. The example notebooks are structured around a sequence of simple physics problems that require various Mathematica skills to solve. Two different workshop approaches have been used: (1) the participants have gone through the notebooks together as a group, with continual discussion lead by the instructor, and (2) the participants have worked individually, with the instructor circulating about to respond to individual questions. 0011: ex00.ma Introduction to a Mathematica Workshop for Macintosh and NeXTStep (September 6, 1993; 21 kilobytes) 0022: ex01.ma Mathematica as a Simple Calculator (September 6, 1993; 16 kilobytes) 0033: ex02a.ma Enhancing a Mathematica Notebook on the Macintosh (September 6, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0044: ex02b.ma Enhancing a Mathematica Notebook on the NeXT (September 6, 1993; 16 kilobytes) 0055: ex03.ma Set, Rule Assignments, and SetDelayed (September 6, 1993; 20 kilobytes) 0066: ex04.ma Functions (September 6, 1993; 23 kilobytes) 0077: ex05.ma Two Dimensional Graphics Using Plot (September 6, 1993; 26 kilobytes) 0088: ex06.ma Two Dimensional Parametric Plots and Graphics Primitives (September 6, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0099: ex07.ma Symbolic Integration, Differentiation, and Equation Solving (September 6, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0101: ex08.ma Series, Limits, Numerical Determination of Roots of Equations, and Numerical Integration (September 6, 1993; 15 kilobytes) 0112: ex09.ma Iterative Equations and Modular Programming (September 6, 1993; 20 kilobytes) 0123: ex10.ma Symbolic and Numerical Solutions to Differential Equations I (September 6, 1993; 13 kilobytes) 0134: ex11.ma Symbolic and Numerical Solutions to Differential Equations II (September 6, 1993; 16 kilobytes) 0145: ex12.ma Matrices Applied to Two Dimensional Translations and Rotations (September 6, 1993; 11 kilobytes) 0156: ex13.ma Matrices Applied to the Moment of Inertia Tensor (September 6, 1993; 11 kilobytes) 0167: ex14.ma Importing One Dimensional Data Files and Formating Data (September 6, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0178: ex15.ma Importing and Manipulating Multi-Dimensional Data Files as Lists (September 6, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0189: ex16.ma Surface, Contour, and Density Plots (September 6, 1993; 11 kilobytes) 0201-722: Kernel Help Notebooks (September 13, 1993) Author: Wolfram Research Set of 14 Notebooks providing a general introduction to the functionality of the Mathematica kernel. The Notebooks give many examples of computations you can do with Mathematica, Version 2. Topics in each Notebook can be selected by double-clicking index terms, or by choosing keywords from a menu. 0011: 00-GettingStarted.ma Mathematica notebook (May 26, 1993; 68 kilobytes) 0022: 01-CalculatorOperations.ma Mathematica notebook (May 26, 1993; 30 kilobytes) 0033: 02-AlgebraTrig.ma Mathematica notebook (May 26, 1993; 66 kilobytes) 0044: 03-SolvingEquations.ma Mathematica notebook (June 7, 1993; 67 kilobytes) 0055: 04-Calculus-DE.ma Mathematica notebook (May 27, 1993; 399 kilobytes) 0066: 05-LinearAlgebra.ma Mathematica notebook (May 27, 1993; 65 kilobytes) 0077: 06-NumericalOperations.ma Mathematica notebook (May 27, 1993; 158 kilobytes) 0088: 07-Numbers-Lists.ma Mathematica notebook (May 27, 1993; 68 kilobytes) 0099: 08-MathFunctions.ma Mathematica notebook (June 7, 1993; 84 kilobytes) 0101: 09-TransformationRules.ma Mathematica notebook (May 28, 1993; 37 kilobytes) 0112: 10-2D-Graphics.ma Mathematica notebook (June 3, 1993; 522 kilobytes) 0123: 11-3D-Graphics.ma Mathematica notebook (June 3, 1993; 1098 kilobytes) 0134: 12-Animation-Sound.ma Mathematica notebook (June 3, 1993; 406 kilobytes) 0145: 13-Programming.ma Mathematica notebook (June 1, 1993; 57 kilobytes) 0156: 14-SystemOperations.ma Mathematica notebook (June 1, 1993; 55 kilobytes) 0204-118: Linearization (August 31, 1993) Author: Stephan Kaufmann The supplied functions calculate the Jacobi matrix and the linearization (of functions and equations). 0011: Linearization.m Mathematica package (August 31, 1993; 4 kilobytes) 0022: Lin-Notebook.ma Package in notebook form (August 31, 1993; 12 kilobytes) 0033: Lin-Info.txt Installation instructions (August 31, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0203-207: Literature Survey of Mathematica (September 7, 1993) Author: Brian L. Evans A partial index of articles relating to or citing Mathematica. Compiled by Brian Evans of the Georgia Institute of Technology, this reference covers many areas of interest from artificial intelligence to geophysics to symbolic mathematics. 0011: LitSurvey.txt Plain text survey file (September 7, 1993; 51 kilobytes) 0022: LitSurvey.ma Mathematica notebook survey file (September 7, 1993; 65 kilobytes) 0203-678: Mathematica/AVS Modules (August 17, 1993) Authors: Tom Wickham-Jones and Oleg Perelet These modules provide communication between Mathematica and AVS. They allow the user to transmit data-sets and three-dimensional objects from Mathematica to AVS and import data-sets from AVS into Mathematica. The transfer is done in a transparent way via MathLink. The modules are supplied in source-code with necessary makefiles and documentation. 0011: README Authors' notes and installation tips (August 17, 1993; 3 kilobytes) 0022: AVS.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (August 17, 1993; 619 kilobytes) 0205-614: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 1, No. 1 (June 1, 1990) Author: Allan M. Wylde -- Publisher This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (June 1, 1990; 10 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-1.1.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (June 1, 1990; 195 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-1.1.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (June 1, 1990; 417 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-1.1.zip PK-Zip archive (June 1, 1990; 131 kilobytes) 0205-625: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 1, No. 2 (September 1, 1990) Author: Allan M. Wylde -- Publisher This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (September 1, 1990; 12 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-1.2.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (September 1, 1990; 613 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-1.2.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (September 1, 1990; 1300 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-1.2.zip PK-Zip archive (September 1, 1990; 453 kilobytes) 0205-636: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 1, No. 3 (December 1, 1990) Author: Allan M. Wylde -- Publisher This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 1, No. 3. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (December 1, 1990; 17 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-1.3.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (December 1, 1990; 485 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-1.3.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (December 1, 1990; 833 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-1.3.zip PK-Zip archive (December 1, 1990; 351 kilobytes) 0205-647: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 1, No. 4 (March 1, 1991) Author: Allan M. Wylde -- Publisher This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 1, No. 4. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (March 1, 1991; 16 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-1.4.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (March 1, 1991; 866 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-1.4.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (March 1, 1991; 2161 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-1.4.zip PK-Zip archive (March 1, 1991; 661 kilobytes) 0205-658: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 2, No. 1 (June 1, 1991) Author: Alan L. Zeichick -- Editorial Director This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (June 1, 1991; 16 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-2.1.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (June 1, 1991; 316 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-2.1.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (June 1, 1991; 691 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-2.1.zip PK-Zip archive (June 1, 1991; 236 kilobytes) 0205-669: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 2, No. 2 (September 1, 1991) Author: Alan L. Zeichick -- Editor This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (September 1, 1991; 14 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-2.2.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (September 1, 1991; 97 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-2.2.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (September 1, 1991; 1092 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-2.2.zip PK-Zip archive (September 1, 1991; 70 kilobytes) 0205-670: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 2, No. 3 (January 1, 1992) Author: Alan L. Zeichick -- Editor This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (January 1, 1992; 12 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-2.3.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (January 1, 1992; 243 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-2.3.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (January 1, 1992; 589 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-2.3.zip PK-Zip archive (January 1, 1992; 161 kilobytes) 0205-681: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 2, No. 4 (September 1, 1992) Author: Alan L. Zeichick -- Editor This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (September 1, 1992; 14 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-2.4.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (September 1, 1992; 606 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-2.4.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (September 1, 1992; 1571 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-2.4.zip PK-Zip archive (September 1, 1992; 460 kilobytes) 0205-692: The Mathematica Journal -- Electronic Supplement Vol. 3, No. 1 (January 1, 1993) Author: Troels Petersen -- Editor This is the electronic supplement for The Mathematica Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1. These electronic supplements are available from MathSource on a two-issue delay. That is, when Vol. 1, No. 3 is published, Vol. 1, No. 1 will be placed on MathSource. For more information regarding the contents of this supplement, see the file Contents.ma. 0011: Contents.ma Table of contents, Mathematica notebook (January 1, 1993; 12 kilobytes) 0022: TMJ-3.1.tar.Z Compressed Unix tar archive (January 1, 1993; 87 kilobytes) 0033: TMJ-3.1.sit.hqx Binhexed Stuffit archive for Macintosh (January 1, 1993; 231 kilobytes) 0044: TMJ-3.1.zip PK-Zip archive (January 1, 1993; 64 kilobytes) 0204-602: MathGroup: A Moderated Mathematica Discussion List (August 31, 1993) Author: Steve Christensen MathGroup is a moderated forum for Mathematica related topics of discussion. The list is maintained by Steve Christensen of MathSolutions, Inc. This material provides information about subscribing to the mailing list as well as the archives of the MathGroup list. 0011: MathGroup.txt MathGroup info sheet (February 1, 1993; 6 kilobytes) 0022: MG-89.txt MathGroup Archives for 1989 (April 1, 1993; 310 kilobytes) 0033: MG-90.txt MathGroup Archives for 1990 (April 1, 1993; 841 kilobytes) 0044: MG-91.txt MathGroup Archives for 1991 (April 1, 1993; 568 kilobytes) 0055: MG-92-1.txt MathGroup Archives First Quarter '92 (August 31, 1993; 283 kilobytes) 0066: MG-92-2.txt MathGroup Archives Second Quarter '92 (August 31, 1993; 587 kilobytes) 0077: MG-92-3.txt MathGroup Archives Third Quarter '92 (August 31, 1993; 1196 kilobytes) 0088: MG-92-4.txt MathGroup Archives Fourth Quarter '92 (August 31, 1993; 1099 kilobytes) 0099: MG-93-1.txt MathGroup Archives First Quarter '93 (August 31, 1993; 926 kilobytes) 0101: MG-93-2.txt MathGroup Archives Second Quarter '93 (August 31, 1993; 722 kilobytes) 0112: MG-93-3.txt MathGroup Archives Third Quarter '93 (August 31, 1993; 441 kilobytes) 0204-398: MathLink Reference Guide (September 3, 1993) Author: Wolfram Research MathLink is a communication protocol for Mathematica; that is, a way of sending data and commands back and forth between Mathematica and other programs. MathLink is easy to use for anyone who is familiar with Mathematica and another programming language. This guide gives you an introduction to MathLink along with a handy reference for the MathLink functions you can use in your programs. 0011: MathLinkRef.ps PostScript document (September 3, 1993; 372 kilobytes) 0205-423: MSDOSPS.EXE for Mathematica 2.2.1 for MS-DOS (August 25, 1993) Author: Wolfram Research Improved video and sound support for MS-DOS platforms running Mathematica V 2.2.1. VESA and 8514/a modes are available. SoundBlaster is supported; however, -irq and -io options must be specified. Support for the Graphics`Arrow` and Graphics`PlotField` packages has been added. 0011: MSDOSPS.EXE DOS executable file (August 25, 1993; 174 kilobytes) 0205-704: NIntegration of Interpolating Functions (August 27, 1993) Author: Jerry Keiper This package introduces the function NIntegrateInterpolatingFunction, which gives a numerical approximation to an integral over a specified interval. NIntegrateInterpolatingFunction may be used in place of NIntegrate to numerically integrate expressions containing InterpolatingFunction objects. 0011: NIntegrateInterpolatingFunction.m Mathematica package (August 27, 1993; 4 kilobytes) 0205-298: Nixpub: Public Access Unix Site Listings (August 24, 1993) Author: Phil Eschallier These files contain a list of 138 public-access Unix sites across the country. The lists are sorted according to area-code and contain specific features and service information for each site. Note: The files Nixpub.short and Nixpub.long contain a list of public-access Unix sites that Wolfram Research believes that you may use for the purpose of gaining access to MathSource. Wolfram Research has no involvement in the operation of these sites and does not make any recommendations with regards to their use. 0011: Nixpub.short abbreviated listing (August 24, 1993; 14 kilobytes) 0022: Nixpub.long long, detailed listing (August 24, 1993; 62 kilobytes) 0204-062: NonNegativeQ (August 31, 1993) Author: Stephan Kaufmann The Mathematica functions Positive, Negative and NonNegative evaluate for numbers only. They can be used to define properties of symbols but for combinations of such symbols, the properties are not evaluated any further. The function NonNegativeQ tries to find out if the result cannot be negative. In such cases, it returns True, otherwise False. 0011: NonNegativeQ.m Mathematica Package (August 31, 1993; 3 kilobytes) 0022: NonNeg-Notebook.ma Package in Notebook form (August 31, 1993; 13 kilobytes) 0033: NN-Info.txt Installation instructions (August 31, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0203-768: Notebook to TeX Converter for NeXT Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and executable files for use on NeXT platforms running NeXTStep 2.0 or 3.0. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: NeXTnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files (September 7, 1993; 230 kilobytes) 0204-950: Notebook to TeX Converter for SGI Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on SGI platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: SGInb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files (September 7, 1993; 256 kilobytes) 0203-803: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-4 Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on Sun-4 platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: Sun4nb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files (921101; 227 kilobytes) 0203-791: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-3 Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on Sun-3 platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: Sun3nb2tex.tar.Z Tar archive of nb2tex files (September 7, 1993; 236 kilobytes) 0203-814: Notebook to TeX Converter for Macintosh (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on Macintosh platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: Macnb2tex.sit.hqx Binhexed, stuffit archive of nb2tex files (September 7, 1993; 369 kilobytes) 0204-949: Notebook to TeX Converter for IBM-RS6000 Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on IBM-RS6000 platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: IBM6000nb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive (September 7, 1993; 238 kilobytes) 0203-780: Notebook to TeX Converter for HP Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on HP platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: HPnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive (September 7, 1993; 231 kilobytes) 0203-779: Notebook to TeX Converter for DEC Platforms (September 7, 1993) Author: Bo Liu nb2tex is a Mathematica Notebook to TeX file conversion utility. nb2tex converts all versions of Mathematica Notebooks to .tex files that can be processed with TeX. Graphics are written to individual files, with a reference to each placed in the .tex file. This item contains necessary TeX macro files, documentation, and an executable file for use on DEC platforms. 0011: Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation (September 7, 1993; 90 kilobytes) 0022: Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation (September 7, 1993; 27 kilobytes) 0033: DECnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files (September 7, 1993; 257 kilobytes) 0204-129: Perturbation (August 31, 1993) Author: Stephan Kaufmann The aim of this package is to show a possible implementation of perturbation methods with Mathematica. It can be used to generate educational examples of perturbation exapansions. The methods of straight forward expansions, strained coordinates and matched and composite solutions are implemented. 0011: Perturbation.m Mathematica package (August 31, 1993; 22 kilobytes) 0022: Pert-Notebook.ma Package in Notebook form (August 31, 1993; 48 kilobytes) 0033: Pert-Info.txt Installation instructions (August 31, 1993; 1 kilobyte) 0205-568: PolePlot: 2D plots of functions with poles (August 14, 1993) Author: Ulrich Jentschura PolePlot is used to plot real-valued functions of one real variable which have poles, such as the tangent. In most cases, the asymptotes normally drawn by Mathematica will disappear from these plots. 0011: PolePlot.doc Documentation for PolePlot.m package (August 14, 1993; 2 kilobytes) 0022: PolePlot.m Mathematica package (August 14, 1993; 4 kilobytes) 0205-580: Rasterps Mathematica PostScript Interpreter for HP9000 Series 700/800 Platforms (May 1, 1993) Author: Wolfram Research This is a PostScript interpreter for Mathematica-generated PostScript on Hewlett Packard 9000 Series 700/800 machines. 0011: rasterps PA-RISC1.1 shared executable - not stripped (May 1, 1993; 336 kilobytes) 0201-687: Recording Mathematica Sessions (August 26, 1993) Author: Wai Sum Lai The default Record.m package appends input lines to the file math.record. After several Mathematica sessions, it may be difficult to keep track of which input belongs to which session. This modified version of Record.m adds the "Date" function to help solve this problem. The modifications to the original Record.m package are clearly marked. 0011: Record.m Mathematica package (August 26, 1993; 1 kilobyte) =============================================================

**Defining options for LogListPlot and curve labeling**

**Recursive function definition**

**Defining options for LogListPlot and curve labeling**

**Recursive function definition**