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- <image src="new.gif" /> "REDUCE":http://reduce-algebra.com
is now an "open source project":http://sourceforge.net/projects/reduce-algebra!
This website has been updated to use the open source version
(see also: AboutReduce ).

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-- <image src="new.gif" /> Materials from presentations at the
- Materials from presentations at the

removed:
-- Start "social networking":http://www.crowdvine.com
-  at the "Algebraist":http://algebraist.crowdvine.com site
-  for Aldor developers and users.
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Axiom is a general purpose system for doing mathematics by computer. It is especially useful for symbolic calculations, mathematical research and for the development of new [mathematical algorithms]?. Axiom has a strongly-typed high-level programming language for expressing abstract mathematical concepts. Over 1,000 mathematical domains and categories are collected in the [Axiom Library]?. Consult the Rosetta Stone to compare Axiom to some other Computer Algebra systems.

Currently you can use Axiom, Fricas, Maxima, OpenAxiom?, Reduce, and Sage on this website. The results of your calculation will appear on the web page like this:

axiom
integrate(1/(a+x^2),x)
 (1)
Type: Union(List(Expression(Integer)),...)

 Try this online in the SandBox?
The [Axiom Foundation]? is our means to promote the development and maintenance of the open source version of Axiom through the dispersement of donations and royalties from Axiom Gear to support Axiom-related projects and through the [Award Of Bounties]?.

If you find a bug, please report it in IssueTracker? !

• REDUCE is now an open source project! This website has been updated to use the open source version (see also: AboutReduce? ).
• Gnuplot is now available on this website.
• Materials from presentations at the Axiom & Aldor Workshop 2008 held at RISC Austria, 24-26 July 2008, are now available online.
• Aldor is still only semi-free (since September 2007). Please re-visit FreeAldor? to let the license holders know that you really want Aldor to be free and open source!