Mathematics Mechanization and ApplicationsEdited by
- Dongming Wang
- Xiao-Shan Gao
Researchers, practitioners and graduate students in symbolic and algebraic computation, geometric reasoning, authomated theorem proving, algorithmic mathematics, and computer-aided mathematical problem solving; researchers and university teachers in computer-aided instruction and education; and software developers, researchers and engineers in mechanics, computer-aided geometric design, geometric modeling, robotics, and computer vision.
Hardbound, 551 Pages
Published: July 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
"An outstanding feature of the book is the great variety and diversity of the material treated, together with the brevity, lucidity, and simplicity with which the leading ideas are presented. Another distinct, very appealing feature is the brief comparison of the philosophical ideas underlying the approaches undertaken by ancient Greek mathematicians and their contemporary Chinese pairs. The book is an indispensable reference to the workers actively engaged in symbolic computation, be it in mathematics, robotics, CAD, computer vision, non-linear optimization, theoretic physics, chemical equilibrium, celestial mechanics. It can also be strongly recommended to the "disengaged" mathematician who wishes to become familiar with an important and active research area.