An Interface Between Clojure and Wolfram Mathematica. Clojuratica brings together two of today’s most exciting tools for high-performance, parallel computation. Clojure is a new dynamic programming language with a compelling approach to concurrency and state, exciting facilities for functional programming and immutability, and a growing reputation for doing all the right things. Wolfram Mathematica is arguably the world’s most powerful integrated tool for numerical computation, symbolic mathematics, optimization, and visualization and is built on top of its own splendid functional programming language.

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  1. Tabakin, Frank; Juliá-Díaz, Bruno: QCWAVE - A Mathematica quantum computer simulation update (2011)