Mathematica

Almost any workflow involves computing results, and that’s what Mathematica does—from building a hedge-fund trading website or publishing interactive engineering textbooks, to developing embedded image-recognition algorithms or teaching calculus. Mathematica is renowned as the world’s ultimate application for computations. But it’s much more—it’s the only development platform fully integrating computation into complete workflows, moving you seamlessly from initial ideas all the way to deployed individual or enterprise solutions. Computer algebra system (CAS).

This software is also referenced in ORMS.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 4752 articles , 7 standard articles )

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  1. Drămnesc, Isabela; Jebelean, Tudor; Stratulat, Sorin: Mechanical synthesis of sorting algorithms for binary trees by logic and combinatorial techniques (2019-2019)
  2. Rashid, Adnan; Hasan, Osman: Formal analysis of continuous-time systems using Fourier transform (2019-2019)
  3. Ali, Khalid K.; Nuruddeen, R. I.; Raslan, K. R.: New structures for the space-time fractional simplified MCH and SRLW equations (2018)
  4. Anđelić, Milica; Cardoso, Domingos M.; Pereira, António: A sharp lower bound on the signless Laplacian index of graphs with $(\kappa,\tau)$-regular sets (2018)
  5. Andrade, Tomas; Baggioli, Matteo; Krikun, Alexander; Poovuttikul, Napat: Pinning of longitudinal phonons in holographic spontaneous helices (2018)
  6. Ashley, Caleb; Burelle, Jean-Philippe; Lawton, Sean: Rank 1 character varieties of finitely presented groups (2018)
  7. Barnes, D. C.: Continuously differentiable PIC shape functions for triangular meshes (2018)
  8. Bergtold, Jason S.; Pokharel, Krishna P.; Featherstone, Allen M.; Mo, Lijia: On the examination of the reliability of statistical software for estimating regression models with discrete dependent variables (2018)
  9. Berman, Paul R.: Introductory quantum mechanics. A traditional approach emphasizing connections with classical physics (2018)
  10. Bhalla, S.; Kumar, S.; Argyros, I. K.; Behl, Ramandeep; Motsa, S. S.: Higher-order modification of Steffensen’s method for solving system of nonlinear equations (2018)
  11. Bhardwaj, Abhishek; Zalar, Aljaž: The singular bivariate quartic tracial moment problem (2018)
  12. Boeck, Thomas; Terzijska, Džulia; Eichfelder, Gabriele: Maximum electromagnetic drag configurations for a translating conducting cylinder with distant magnetic dipoles (2018)
  13. Bogomolov, Fedor A.; Fu, Hang: Elliptic curves with large intersection of projective torsion points (2018)
  14. Bombardelli, Diego; Cavaglià, Andrea; Conti, Riccardo; Tateo, Roberto: Exploring the spectrum of planar $\mathrmAdS_4/\mathrmCFT_3$ at finite coupling (2018)
  15. Buchalla, G.; Catà, O.; Celis, A.; Knecht, M.; Krause, C.: Complete one-loop renormalization of the Higgs-electroweak chiral Lagrangian (2018)
  16. Cakiroglu, Sera Aylin: Optimal regular graph designs (2018)
  17. Celebre, Giorgio: An analytical altitude- and wavelength-dependent expression of the $j_3$ rate coefficient governing the photolysis of the atmospheric ozone (2018)
  18. Chatzarakis, George E.; Dix, Julio G.: Oscillations of nonlinear difference equations with deviating arguments. (2018)
  19. Chen, Herman Z. Q.; Yang, Arthur L. B.; Zhang, Philip B.: The real-rootedness of generalized Narayana polynomials related to the Boros-Moll polynomials (2018)
  20. Chételat, Didier; Narayanan, Rajendran; Wells, Martin T.: On the domain of attraction of a Tracy-Widom law with applications to testing multiple largest roots (2018)

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