webMathematica and Mathematica have the same underlying engine, but they provide fundamentally different user interfaces and are aimed at different types of users. webMathematica offers access to specific Mathematica applications through a web browser or other web clients. The standard interface provided requires little training to use effectively. In most cases, users neither have to be familiar with Mathematica nor need to know they are using Mathematica.
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- Liu, Yinping; Yao, Ruoxia; Li, Zhibin; Yang, Le; Zhang, Zhian: An online computing and knowledge platform for differential equations (2016)
- Kaparin, Vadim; Kotta, Ülle: Transformation of nonlinear state equations into the observer form: Necessary and sufficient conditions in terms of one-forms. (2015)
- Belikov, Juri; Kotta, Ülle; Tõnso, Maris: State-space realization of nonlinear control systems: unification and extension via pseudo-linear algebra (2012)
- Tõnso, Maris; Rennik, Heli; Kotta, Ülle: WebMathematica-based tools for discrete-time nonlinear control systems (2009)
- Jablan, Slavik; Sazdanović, Radmila: LinKnot. Knot theory by computer (2007)
- Gorjanc, Sonja: Some examples of using \itMathematica and \itwebMathematica in teaching geometry (2004)
- Ufuktepe, Ünal; Bacak, Goksen; Beseri, Tina: Graph coloring with webMathematica (2004)
- Albano, Giovannina; D’Auria, Bernardo; Salerno, Saverio: A webMathematica application for mathematics learning (2003)
- Botana, Francisco: Automatic determination of algebraic surfaces as loci of points (2003)
- Ufuktepe, Ünal: An application with webMathematica (2003)