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What's New on MathSource (Long)

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: What's New on MathSource (Long)
  • From: msadmin (MathSource Administrator)
  • Date: Tue, 19 Apr 1994 11:44:29 -0500

	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, Gopher,
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 March 15,
1994.  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 3/15/94 -- 4/18/94

0202-228: Braids (April 14, 1994)
          Author: Joe Christy
          A braid is a collection of strands which weave over and under one
          another.  In Braids.m, a braid is described by a list {{m1, -m2
          ..., mc},s} for a braid with s strands; where strand m1 crosses
          over strand m2, then strand m2 crosses under the m3, ..., and
          finally strand mc crosses over mc+1.  By joining the ends of the
          braids in a circle they can be used to represent all knots and
          links.  We can also close up the braid in a slightly different 

          form to get a plat.

          0011:  Braids.m Mathematica package to draw various pictures of
                 plats and open and closed braids.  (November 4, 1993; 25
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  BraidGroup.m Does the algebra in Artin's braid group. 

                 (October 26, 1991; 13 kilobytes)

          0033:  SymmetricGroup.m Does the algebra for the symmetric group. 

                 (October 26, 1991; 5 kilobytes)

          0044:  BraidsDemo.ma Sample notebook of aesthetically and
                 mathematically interesting braids.  (November 4, 1993; 12
                 kilobytes)

          0055:  copyright.txt Author's copyright notice  (October 26, 1991;
                 2 kilobytes)


0205-456: Context-Free Grammars (April 17, 1994)
          Author: Charles Wells
          The Mathematica notebook, ContextFreeGrammar.ma, contains a 

          command AcceptQ that takes a context-free grammar and a string as
          arguments and determines whether the string is generated by the
          grammar.  As a side effect, it prints successively a list of
          strings that derive to the given string in n steps.  It stops and
          accepts when it finds the start symbol in that list.  If it comes
          up with the empty list, it rejects.

          0011:  ContextFreeGrammar.ma Mathematica notebook (January 28,
                 1994; 6 kilobytes)


0205-041: Delaunay Triangulation and 3D Surface Construction Package (March
          31, 1994)
          Author: Tom Wickham-Jones
          The package ExtendGraphics/Delaunay.m installs a MathLink program
          that contains code to carry out Delaunay triangulations in the
          plane. A number of applications of this functionality are also
          provided.  The package ExtendGraphics/SurfaceGraphics3D.m contains
          code to draw surfaces in three-dimensions from organised and 

          random data sets.

          The binary executable "delaunay" must be built for these functions
          to work.  This can be done from the delaunay.tm file, with the
          command mcc -o delaunay delaunay.tm.

          0011:  README description of files and installation notes (March
                 1994; 2 kilobytes)

          0022:  Delaunay.m Mathematica package for Delaunay triangulation
                 (March 1994; 6 kilobytes)

          0033:  delaunay.tm MathLink C code for basic algorithm (March 

                 1994; 22 kilobytes)

          0044:  SurfaceGraphics3D.m Mathematica package to support 3D
                 surface construction (March 1994; 8 kilobytes)


0205-221: Differential Forms Package (April 14, 1994)
          Author: Frank Zizza
          DifferentialForms.m is a package for symbolic computation with
          exterior differential forms in R^n.  Functions implemented include
          ExteriorDerivative, Pair, Pullback, Push, Boundary, Integral,
          Chain, LieDerivative, Restrict, HomotopyOperater, and 

          InvertMetric.  Programming details of this package appeared in
          Volume II, Issue 1 of the Mathematica Journal in the article 

          titled "Differential Forms and Algebraic Programming".  Comments
          about the package are welcome at zizza at willamette.edu or Frank
          Zizza, Willamette University, D212, Salem Oregon 97301.

          0011:  DifferentialForms.m Mathematica package (April 14, 1994; 44
                 kilobytes)


0202-093: Emacs Interface for Mathematica (April 17, 1994)
          Author: David Jacobson
          Math-mode lets you run Mathematica under Gnu Emacs and provides a
          functionality somewhat similar to the notebook interface available
          on the Macintosh and NeXT.  The input is divided into cells. 

          Typing ESC RET submits a cell to Mathematica similar to the way
          SHIFT RET submits the cell on the Macintosh or NeXT.  At this
          point, most similarity ends.  There are commands to copy cells,
          delete cells, etc.  


          0011:  math.el Emacs alias file  (March 29, 1994; 75 kilobytes)


0200-686: Gaussian Elimination and Back Substitution (March 15, 1994)
          Author: Jerry B. Keiper
          This package implements LU decomposition with partial pivoting.  

          It is not intended for computational purposes, but rather for
          educational purposes.  This package can be used in conjunction 

          with NumericalMath`ComputerArithmetic`.

          0011:  GaussianElimination.m Mathematica package (April 1993; 6
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  Documentation.txt Plain-text documentation (February 1994; 

                 6 kilobytes)

          0033:  SampleInput.txt Sample input lines from
                 LinearAlgebra`GaussianElimination` (February 1994; 1
                 kilobyte)


0204-499: Harmonic Function Theory and Mathematica (April 14, 1994)
          Authors: Sheldon Axler, Paul Bourdon, and Wade Ramey
          This item contains code from the book "Harmonic Function Theory" 

          by Axler, Bourdon, and Ramey.  Improvements include faster
          Dirichlet and other boundary value algorithms plus better memory
          management techniques allowing users to solve problems of high
          dimensions with high-degree polynomials that were previously not
          possible with this package.

          0011:  README.txt Author's notes and changes (April 1994; 2
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  HFT.m Harmonic Function Theory package (April 1994; 48
                 kilobytes)

          0033:  HFT.tex package documentation and examples, TeX file (April
                 1994; 63 kilobytes)

          0044:  HFT.ps package documentation and examples, PostScript file
                 (April 1994; 231 kilobytes)


0206-468: List To Array Package (March 29, 1994)
          Author: Jason Harris
          This function is useful for 3D graphics interfacing. Certain
          Mathematica graphing functions require their data to be in the 

          form of a array of 3D points. ListToArray will transform a list of
          3D points in any order into a sorted structured array of 3D points
          valid for ListSurfacePlot3D, ListPlot3D, ListShadowPlot3D,
          BarChart3D, ListContourPlot, ListDensityPlot and other Mathematica
          graphing functions.

          0011:  ListToArray.m Mathematica package (March 1994; 3 kilobytes)


0206-479: Live: Evaluation Copy Executables (March 29, 1994)
          Author: True-D Software Limited
          Live provides an exciting real-time viewing extension to
          Mathematica.  With Live and a reasonably powerful computer, it is
          possible to perform the kind of real-time 3D graphics operations
          previously only available on expensive workstations equipped with
          specialized hardware and software.  Live does this by making use 

          of revolutionary new algorithms in software rendering to take you
          to a mathematical virtual reality on your personal computer.

          In addition to the executables (item 0206-479) LiveEvaluation for
          Macintosh, LiveDemo.exe for Windows, and LiveOnRISC for the Power
          Macintosh, MathSource contains a selection of notebooks 

          (0206-480), Textures (0206-491), and Shapes (0206-503).

          0011:  README.txt Distribution notes for Live (March 1994; 5
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  LiveEvaluation.sea.hqx Binhexed, self-extracting archive 

                 for Macintosh (March 1994; 278 kilobytes)

          0033:  LiveOnRISC.sea.hqx Binhexed, self-extracting archive for 

                 the Power Macintosh (March 1994; 310 kilobytes)

          0044:  LIVEDEMO.ZIP PK-Zip archive for Windows (March 1994; 266
                 kilobytes)


0206-480: Live: Evaluation Copy Notebooks (March 29, 1994)
          Author: True-D Software Limited
          Live provides an exciting real-time viewing extension to
          Mathematica.  With Live and a reasonably powerful computer, it is
          possible to perform the kind of real-time 3D graphics operations
          previously only available on expensive workstations equipped with
          specialized hardware and software.  Live does this by making use 

          of revolutionary new algorithms in software rendering to take you
          to a mathematical virtual reality on your personal computer.

          In addition to the executables (item 0206-479) LiveEvaluation for
          Macintosh, LiveDemo.exe for Windows, and LiveOnRISC for the Power
          Macintosh, MathSource contains a selection of notebooks 

          (0206-480), Textures (0206-491), and Shapes (0206-503).

          0011:  README.txt Distribution notes for Live (March 1994; 5
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  LivePrimer.ma Mathematica notebook example basic shapes
                 (March 1994; 7 kilobytes)

          0033:  workshop.ma Mathematica notebook example advanced shapes
                 (March 1994; 7 kilobytes)

          0044:  textgen.ma Mathematica notebook to convert Mathematica
                 DensityPlots into Live Texture files (March 1994; 211
                 kilobytes)

          0055:  3script.ma Mathematica notebook to generate shapes in
                 3-script format (March 1994; 179 kilobytes)

          0066:  colplot.ma Mathematica notebook example (March 1994; 1
                 kilobyte)


0206-503: Live: Sample Shapes (March 29, 1994)
          Author: True-D Software Limited
          Live provides an exciting real-time viewing extension to
          Mathematica.  With Live and a reasonably powerful computer, it is
          possible to perform the kind of real-time 3D graphics operations
          previously only available on expensive workstations equipped with
          specialized hardware and software.  Live does this by making use 

          of revolutionary new algorithms in software rendering to take you
          to a mathematical virtual reality on your personal computer.

          In addition to the executables (item 0206-479) LiveEvaluation for
          Macintosh, LiveDemo.exe for Windows, and LiveOnRISC for the Power
          Macintosh, MathSource contains a selection of notebooks 

          (0206-480), Textures (0206-491), and Shapes (0206-503).

          0011:  README.txt Distribution notes for Live (March 1994; 5
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  bell.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 15 kilobytes)

          0033:  Cube.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 2 kilobytes)

          0044:  Dodecahedron.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 4 kilobytes)

          0055:  Icosahedron.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 4 kilobytes)

          0066:  Octahdron.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 1 kilobyte)

          0077:  SinxSiny.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 1 kilobyte)

          0088:  Smooth.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 2 kilobytes)

          0099:  Spharm3D.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 251 kilobytes)

          0101:  Tetrahedron.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 1 kilobyte)

          0112:  2Sphere.ts Live shape file (March 1994; 196 kilobytes)


0206-491: Live: Sample Textures (March 29, 1994)
          Author: True-D Software Limited
          Live provides an exciting real-time viewing extension to
          Mathematica.  With Live and a reasonably powerful computer, it is
          possible to perform the kind of real-time 3D graphics operations
          previously only available on expensive workstations equipped with
          specialized hardware and software.  Live does this by making use 

          of revolutionary new algorithms in software rendering to take you
          to a mathematical virtual reality on your personal computer.

          In addition to the executables (item 0206-479) LiveEvaluation for
          Macintosh, LiveDemo.exe for Windows, and LiveOnRISC for the Power
          Macintosh, MathSource contains a selection of notebooks 

          (0206-480), Textures (0206-491), and Shapes (0206-503).

          0011:  README.txt Distribution notes for Live (March 1994; 5
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  face.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 263 kilobytes)

          0033:  glowfrac.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 280 kilobytes)

          0044:  mandel.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)

          0055:  marble.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)

          0066:  marble2.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)

          0077:  random.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)

          0088:  rust.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)

          0099:  wood.ras Live texture file (March 1994; 18 kilobytes)


0206-446: Mathematica in Education Volume 3, Number 1 (March 21, 1994)
          Author: Paul Wellin, Editor
          This item contains a PostScript copy of "Mathematica in Education"
          Volume 3, Number 1 along with the accompanying Mathematica
          materials. Mathematica in Education is a quarterly newsletter that
          publishes articles, notes, and special items on the use of
          Mathematica in all aspects of education.  In addition, a calendar
          of events as well as an ongoing list of resources is printed in
          each issue.

          0011:  p01-12.ps PostScript file containing pages 1-12 (March 

                 1994; 1337 kilobytes)

          0022:  p13-24.ps PostScript file containing pages 13-24 (March
                 1994; 1444 kilobytes)

          0033:  p25-36.ps PostScript file containing pages 25-36 (March
                 1994; 267 kilobytes)

          0044:  p37-48.ps PostScript file containing pages 37-48 (March
                 1994; 540 kilobytes)

          0055:  Icosahedra.m "The Stellated Icosahedra" Mathematica package
                 (March 1994; 12 kilobytes)

          0066:  Icosahedra.ma "The Stellated Icoashedra" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 13 kilobytes)

          0077:  Geometry.m "A Little Geometry" Mathematica package (March
                 1994; 7 kilobytes)

          0088:  Geometry.ma "A Little Geometry" Mathematica notebook (March
                 1994; 319 kilobytes)

          0099:  Parametric.ma "Parametric Representations of Surfaces over
                 Arbitrary Domains" Mathematica notebook (March 1994; 20
                 kilobytes)

          0101:  Ising.ma "The Ising Model" Mathematica notebook (March 

                 1994; 44 kilobytes)

          0112:  MonteCarlo.ma "Using a Monte Carlo Method for Definite
                 Integration" Mathematica notebook (March 1994; 31 

                 kilobytes)

          0123:  KeltnerFigures.ma "Using a Monte Carlo Method for Definite
                 Integration" Mathematica notebook (March 1994; 21 

                 kilobytes)

          0134:  Spirograph.ma "Mathematica and Spirograph" Mathematica
                 notebook (August 1993; 99 kilobytes)

          0145:  ThomasFigures.ma "Mathematica and Spirograph" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 8 kilobytes)

          0156:  Gayley.ma "Programming Competition Winners" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 23 kilobytes)

          0167:  Hunt.ma "Programming Competition Winners" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 15 kilobytes)

          0178:  Maeder.ma "Programming Competition Winners" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 7 kilobytes)

          0189:  Piele.ma "Programming Competition Winners" Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 14 kilobytes)


0206-514: The Mathematica Journal Subscription Information (March 1994)
          Author: The Mathematica Journal
          Information sheet and subscription form for The Mathematica
          Journal. A quarterly journal dedicated to the Mathematica
          community.

          0011:  TMJSubscribe.ma Mathematica notebook (March 1994; 263
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  TMJSubscribe.txt plain-text version of notebook (March 

                 1994; 3 kilobytes)


0204-972: MathReader V2.2 -- A Mathematica Notebook Reader for Windows 

          (April 8, 1994)
          Author: Wolfram Research
          Notebooks are a form of interactive document supported by
          Mathematica.  A notebook contains text, graphics, and sound,
          together with Mathematica input and output.  notebooks can also
          include "movies": animated graphics created by Mathematica or
          imported from other programs.

          The MathReader program allows you to look at and print Mathematica
          notebooks.  With MathReader, you can read the text, view the
          graphics and movies, and play the sounds in any notebook produced
          by Mathematica on a Macintosh, NeXT, or PC running Windows 3.0 or
          higher.

          0011:  MathRead.exe self-extracting archive containing MathReader
                 V2.2 for Windows (April 8, 1994; 473 kilobytes)


0201-711: MathSource Submission Materials (March 15, 1994)
          Author: Mark Moline
          This item contains the MathSource Submission Form and Author
          Agreement in plain-text format.  A completed MathSource Submission
          Form must accompany each new submission to MathSource.  These
          materials are also available as Mathematica notebooks (item
          0202-543). For more information about the MathSource submission
          process, refer to the MathSource Technical Report (item 0202-554).

          0011:  MS-SubForm.long MathSource Submission Form, long version
                 (March 1994; 12 kilobytes)

          0022:  MS-SubForm.short MathSource Submission Form, short version
                 (March 1994; 5 kilobytes)

          0033:  MS-AuthAgrmt.txt MathSource Author Agreement (March 1994; 2
                 kilobytes)


0202-543: MathSource Submission Materials (Notebook Format) (March 15, 1994)
          Author: Mark Moline
          This item contains the MathSource Submission Form and Author
          Agreement in Mathematica notebook format.  A completed MathSource
          Submission Form must accompany each new submission to MathSource. 

          These materials are also available as plain-text files (item
          0202-543). For more information about the MathSource submission
          process, refer to the MathSource Technical Report (item 0202-554).

          0011:  MS-SubForm.ma MathSource Submission Form, Mathematica
                 notebook (March 1994; 55 kilobytes)

          0022:  MS-AuthAgrmt.ma MathSource Author Agreement (March 1994; 6
                 kilobytes)


0205-467: Motif Applications for HP 9000 Series 700 Computers: motifps,
          mathbook.M, and xregcard.M (March 29, 1994)
          Author: Wolfram Research
          These applications do not use shared Motif libraries. They will
          work on computers running HP-UX Version 9.01.

          0011:  README where to install these files on your system 

                 (February 9, 1994; 2 kilobytes)

          0022:  motifps PostScript interpreter for Mathematica graphics 

                 (February 9, 1994; 2243 kilobytes)

          0033:  mathbook.M The MathBook binary executable (March 29, 1994;
                 2454 kilobytes)

          0044:  xregcard.M A graphical, automated registration utility
                 (August 3, 1993; 1086 kilobytes)

          0055:  Motifps X-resource file (February 9, 1994; 8 kilobytes)

          0066:  Mathbook X-resource file (February 9, 1994; 9 kilobytes)


0205-298: Nixpub: Public Access Unix Site Listings (April 17, 1994)
          Author: Phil Eschallier
          These files contain a list of 146 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 regard to their use.

          0011:  Nixpub.short abbreviated listing (April 15, 1994; 15
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  Nixpub.long long, detailed listing (April 15, 1994; 68
                 kilobytes)


0203-779: Notebook to TeX Converter for DEC Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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 (March
                 1994; 90 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation (March 1994; 27
                 kilobytes)

          0033:  DECnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 170 kilobytes)


0203-780: Notebook to TeX Converter for HP Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  HPnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files 

                 (March 1994; 161 kilobytes)


0204-949: Notebook to TeX Converter for IBM-RS/6000 Platforms (March 23,
          1994)
          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-RS/6000
          platforms.

          0011:  Instructions.ma Mathematica notebook documentation file
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  RS6000nb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 166 kilobytes)


0203-814: Notebook to TeX Converter for Macintosh (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 56 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  Macnb2tex.sit.hqx Binhexed, stuffit archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 266 kilobytes)


0203-768: Notebook to TeX Converter for NeXT Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  NeXTnb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 160 kilobytes)


0204-950: Notebook to TeX Converter for SGI Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  SGInb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 182 kilobytes)


0203-791: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-3 Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  Sun3nb2tex.tar.Z Tar archive of nb2tex files (March 1994;
                 164 kilobytes)


0203-803: Notebook to TeX Converter for Sun-4 Platforms (March 23, 1994)
          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
                 (March 1994; 64 kilobytes)

          0022:  Instructions.txt Plain-text documentation file (March 1994;
                 24 kilobytes)

          0033:  Sun4nb2tex.tar.Z Compressed tar archive of nb2tex files
                 (March 1994; 156 kilobytes)


0201-014: Numerical Approximation of Functions (March 15, 1994)
          Author: Jerry B. Keiper
          This package provides tools for finding a rational approximation 

          to a differentiable function.  The approximation may be an
          interpolation between specified abscissas or a minimax
          approximation over an interval. The function may be specified
          explicitly or parametrically.

          0011:  Approximations.m Mathematica package (August 1993; 39
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  Documentation.txt Plain-text documentation (February 1994;
                 40 kilobytes)

          0033:  SampleInput.txt Sample input lines from
                 NumericalMath`Approximations` (February 1994; 3 kilobytes)


0204-376: Riemann Sums Package (April 17, 1994)
          Author: Charles Wells
          The package Riemann.m provides three commands: PlotRiemann,
          RiemannSum and RiemannSumList.  PlotRiemann[expression, range,
          {plotoptions}, {riemannoptions}] produces a plot of 'expression' 

          on range 'range', and draws the rectangles corresponding to a
          Riemann partition of the range for the expression. It also 

          produces an informative label.  RiemannSum returns only the value
          of the Riemann sum.  RiemannSumList produces a list of Riemann 

          sums for random partitions suitable for plotting the sum against
          the mesh.

          0011:  Riemann.m Riemann sums Mathematica package  (November 1992;
                 12 kilobytes)

          0022:  Riemann.doc Documentation for Riemann.m  (November 1992; 3
                 kilobytes)

          0033:  Riemexam.ma Sample notebook for Riemann.m (March 1994; 24
                 kilobytes)


0206-457: Runge-Kutta Order Conditions Package (March 23, 1994)
          Author: Adam J. Harrison
          This packages creates Runge-Kutta order conditions (at speed). It
          also creates row/column/quadrature, as well as creating pictures 

          of the various trees associated with the conditions.

          0011:  RungeKutta.m Mathematica package (March 1994; 26 kilobytes)

          0022:  Documentation.ps PostScript documentation file (March 1994;
                 31 kilobytes)

          0033:  TestRK.ma A thorough test set -- Mathematica notebook 

                 (March 1994; 301 kilobytes)

          0044:  Ooops.txt Possible improvements (March 1994; 2 kilobytes)


0205-906: Simulating Neural Networks with Mathematica---Electronic 

          Supplement (April 17, 1994)
          Author: James A. Freeman
          This electronic supplement provides the source code for the
          programs in the book entitled "Simulating Neural Networks with
          Mathematica" by James A. Freeman (Addison-Wesley, ISBN:
          0-201-56629-X).  The book introduces neural networks, their
          operation, and their application, in the context of Mathematica.
          Readers will learn how to simulate neural network operations using
          Mathematica, as well as techniques for employing Mathematica to
          assess neural network behavior and importance. 


          0011:  Adaline.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 4
                 kilobytes)

          0022:  Art.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 7 kilobytes)

          0033:  Backpropagation.m Mathematica package (April 1994; 13
                 kilobytes)

          0044:  Bam.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 2 kilobytes)

          0055:  Elman.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 8 kilobytes)

          0066:  FunctionalLink.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 3
                 kilobytes)

          0077:  GeneticAlgorithms.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993;
                 12 kilobytes)

          0088:  Jordan.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 15
                 kilobytes)

          0099:  ProbabilisticNets.m Mathematica package (October 27, 1993; 

                 4 kilobytes)

          0101:  TravelingSalesperson.m Mathematica package (October 27,
                 1993; 3 kilobytes)


0206-536: Stuffit Expander V3.0.1 (April 17, 1994)
          Author: Leonard Rosenthol
          Stuffit Expander is a utility program for the Macintosh that opens
          binhexed files and Stuffit files generated by MathSource. If you
          already have a copy of Stuffit, then you do not need Stuffit
          Expander.

          0011:  StuffitExpander.sea.hqx Macintosh self-extracting archive
                 (April 1994; 118 kilobytes)


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