Special Session (ID: SS-LSCA)
Large scale computer algebra applications
Organizers: Thomas Wolf (Brock University)
From its beginning, computer algebra was developped to perform large symbolic computations which are not possible by hand. What one would describe as 'large' today are computations which
- require to work with a large amount of data, say >~ 100 GB, or
- computations which take very long, say >1 week on one CPU, or
- computations that are rich, needing many different algorithms and programs to work savely together over extended periods of time, or
- computations which show all these features.
Applications can come from industry or from research in the sciences, for example, from applied and pure mathematics, the natural sciences, engineering and economy.
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