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Peter Coffee article


A week or two ago there was an article in PC Week about the forth coming v3.0 of 
Mathematica (there is a link to the article on Wolfram's web site) basically stating 
that it is not just for symbolic computation anymore.  That is a full-fledge 
programming language suitable to process control type applications, such as 
controlling a manufacturing plant. 

I would appreciate any comments on the article, the upcoming v3.0 and any possible 
connections to the GIS world.  Bear in mind, I have never used Mathametica before.

Thanks,
Duane Foster
duanef at umich.edu
Utilities Department
Univ of Mich


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