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Accessing Mathematica on a remote server from java

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  • Subject: [mg65754] Accessing Mathematica on a remote server from java
  • From: pradeep suresh <pradeep at purdue.edu>
  • Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2006 03:49:32 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Purdue University
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Hi
I have a java code which is using the mathematica kernel on my machine 
to perform computations, i generate the mathematica statements in the 
code send and recieve expressions from the mathmatica kernel through 
mathlink commands.I'd like to know if there's a way i can do this with 
the mathematica copy installed in another machine/server.Ultimately we 
dont want to the user to have mathematica on his/her machine to run this 
java program, he/she should be able to use the mathematica installed in 
our server.Our group also has a licensed version of webMathematica 
Amateur but i dont know if that will solve my purpose.
Plz help!
Thanks in advance

Pradeep Suresh
Purdue University


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