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MathSym and Mathematica 3.0


We finally received Mathematica 3.0 here and I have run a couple
of quick checks to see that the MathSym code which assists in 
the computation of Lie Point symmetries still works.  The software
also contains a package to run the Riquier-Janet algorithm on
systems of linear partial differential equations (essentially this
computes a Groebner basis).  The MathSym package can be found
from links on

http://amath.colorado.edu/appm/faculty/sherod/

If you have any problems or questions please feel free to send
me mail (sherod at newton.colorado.edu).

Scott Herod
Applied Mathematics
University of Colorado, Boulder


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