Software produced at RIACA

Computer Algebra on WWW
by Raoul Suurmeijer
An
introduction to computer algebra in general, using Maple as
an example, that can be used via WWW

CONTENT
by Yu.A. Kuznetsov and V.V. Levitin
Analysis of
bifurcations

ELIAS
by
W. de Graaf
The structure analysis of Lie
algebras

ILP
by
Dima Pasechnik
the Hilbert basis problem

Interactive algebra
by
Roderick Lindenbergh
Interactive
lecture notes

INUM
by Buskens and Slob
Dealing with
linear equations from one frontend with several systems
such as MathLab, Templates

INV
by
Dima Pasechnik
SL2 invariant theory

IZIC
by Kajler et al.
A package for graphics output from
symbolic computations, independent of the symbolic software package

JAVA XDVI viewer
by
Garth Dickie
Enabling graphical display of
TeX generated text and pictures via the net

Lense
by D. Stes
NEXTSTEP operated machines, for
designing
lenses, a prototype

LiE
by M.A.A. van Leeuwen,
A.M. Cohen, and B. Lisser
Computations
concerning representations of Lie groups and algebras

LieMex
by K.B. Wolf
Applying Lie transformations using
ClebschGordan decompositions

Visual Algebra
by Simon Atkins
Dealing with
matrices
in an interactive graphical way

CAOP
by René Swarttouw
Computing Relations for Orthogonal Polynomials

Interactive Askey Scheme by René Swarttouw
Compendium for Orthogonal Polynomials occurring in the Askey Scheme

NUMLAB
by Cristian Huiban et al.
A laboratory of numerical engineering

A Smart Internet Explorer
by Cristian Huiban
Java Multithreaded application for internet search/dowload.

The "maths" package for the WWW
by Cristian Huiban
Java distributed server system (servicing various mathematics tools across the net).
Last modified September 10, 1997
Arjeh M. Cohen /
riaca@can.nl