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Mathematica World - February

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  • From: smh at (Stephen Hunt)
  • Date: Fri, 28 Jan 94 4:58:45 EST

Mathematica World - Helping You Describe Your World Mathematically
February.  Mathematica's Programming Language - Roman Maeder - A discussion
of the design decisions taken in implementing the Mathematica language, 
together with a survey of current methods and recently added features.  Other
Notebooks - Spherical Harmonic Rotation, Fire!, Interlocking Pieces, Data 
Patterns, OzMATH Corner.  Tutorials - Customizing Mathematica, Understanding
Evaluation, Modules and Blocks, Inside Graphics and Sound, Graphics3D Packages,
MathLink Fractals.  Packages - Classes, Streams, UniformPolyhedra, XTFP Update,
Arrow, WireFrame.  News - Tip of the Month, Programming Competition, New Book
by Roman Maeder, "The Mathematica Programmer" (Introduction, Sample Graphics),
solutions to news and mail group problems, and InterCall Q&A.


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