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Lectures delivered at the HISC seminar

Apart from those at the workshop, the following talks were delivered within the HISC seminar in RIACA (usually on a Thursday morning):

02/06/1994
Olaf Bachmann (Kent State University, Ohio, USA). Chains of Recurrences - a method to expedite the evaluation of closed-form functions.
01/03/1994
Nadine Rouillon (University of Bordeaux I, France). CalIco, Computation and Image in Combinatorics.
16/06/1994
Ron Avitzur (RIACA, The Netherlands) The Macintosh Calculator Desk Accessory: An Experiment in Transparent UI.
23/06/1994
Norbert Kajler (RIACA, The Netherlands) CAS/PI, a Portable Interface for Computer Algebra Systems.
30/06/1994
FJ van Wingerde (CWI, The Netherlands) STDWIN2: A new step in small libraries for coding GUIs in portable programs.
30/06/1994
Hugo Elbers (CWI, The Netherlands) Proof checking within the ACELA project.
30/06/1994
André van Leeuwen (CWI, The Netherlands) Mathematical objects within the ACELA project.
07/07/1994
Ivan Herman (CWI, The Netherlands) MADE, a Programming Environment for Multimedia Applications.
14/07/1994
Neil Soiffer (Wolfram Research, USA) What's it all Mean: giving a meaning to mathematical notation
14/07/1994
Eugene Zima (Moscow State University, Russia) Experiences on Integrating Numeric and Symbolic Computations.
04/08/1994
Michael Mc Gettrick (Waterford Regional Technical College, Ireland) Human interaction & abstract mathematics: A diagrammatic approach to Lie algebra.



Andre Heck
Sun Apr 23 10:32:10 MDT 1995