This volume constitutes the proceedings of theInternational Symposium on Design and Implementation ofSymbolic Computation Systems (DISCO '93), held in Gmunden,Austria, in September 1993.The growing importance of systems for symbolic computationhas greatly influenced the decision of organizing this thirdconference in the series: DISCO '93 focuses mainly on themost innovative methodological and technological aspects ofthe design and implementation of hardware and softwaresystems for symbolic and algebraic computation, automatedreasoning, geometric modeling and computation, and automaticprogramming. The general objective of DISCO '93 is topresent an up-to-date view of the field and to serve as aforum insymbolic computation for the scientific exchangeamong academic, industrial and user communities.Besides invited talks by Buchberger, Monagan, Omodeo andHong, the volume contains 28 contributions, carefullyselected by a highly competent international programcommittee from a total of 56 submissions.
Mathematica: A system for doing mathematics by computer?.- Proving the correctness of algebraic implementations by the ISAR system.- Sketching concepts and computational model of TROLL light.- Analogical type theory.- Improving the multiprecision Euclidean algorithm.- Storage allocation for the Karatsuba integer multiplication algorithm.- Process scheduling in DSC and the large sparse linear systems challenge.- Gauss: a parameterized domain of computation system with support for signature functions.- On coherence in computer algebra.- Subtyping inheritance in languages for symbolic computation systems.- A unified-algebra-based specification language for symbolic computing.- An order-sorted approach to algebraic computation.- Variant handling, inheritance and composition in the ObjectMath computer algebra environment.- Matching and unification for the object-oriented symbolic computation system AlgBench.- A type system for computer algebra.- Decision procedures for set/hyperset contexts.- Reasoning with contexts.- GLEFATINF:A graphic framework for combining theorem provers and editing proofs for different logics.- Extending RISC-CLP(Real) to handle symbolic functions.- Dynamic term rewriting calculus and its application to inductive equational reasoning.- Distributed deduction by Clause-Diffusion: the aquarius prover.- The design of the SACLIB/PACLIB kernels.- The weyl computer algebra substrate.- On the uniform representation of mathematical data structures.- Compact delivery support for REDUCE.- IZIC: a portable language-driven tool for mathematical surfaces visualization.- The algebraic constructor CAC: computing in construction-defined domains.- Extending AlgBench with a type system.- Modeling finite fields with mathematica.- An enhanced sequent calculus for reasoning in a given domain.- Problem-oriented means of program specification and verification in project SPECTRUM.- General purpose proof plans.
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Number Of Pages: 392
Published: 2nd September 1993
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.57