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- Advanced BASIC : applications and problems
- Advances in the design of symbolic computation systems
- An introduction to modern mathematical computing : with Mathematica®
- Approaching precalculus mathematics discretely : explorations in a computer environment
- Background math for a computer world
- Calculators in the classroom : with applications for elementary and middle school teachers
- Complexity of sequential and parallel numerical algorithms : [proceedings]
- Computation and its limits
- Computation and its limits
- Computational complexity of sequential and parallel algorithms
- Computational methods in nonlinear analysis : efficient algorithms, fixed point theory and applications
- Computer approaches to mathematical problems
- Computer methods in mathematics
- Computer programming : techniques, analysis, and mathematics
- Discrete computational structures
- Discrete mathematics for computer scientists and mathematicians
- Discrete mathematics using a computer
- Discrete mathematics using a computer
- Duration calculus : a formal approach to real-time systems
- Electronic computers in the physical sciences : a FORTRAN primer and areas of application
- Essentials of Mathematica : with applications to mathematics and physics
- Exercises in computational mathematics with MATLAB
- Experimental mathematics with Maple
- From problem to program
- Getting started with Mathematica
- Getting started with Mathematica
- Getting started with MuPAD
- Implementing mathematics with the Nuprl proof development system
- Information and computer science
- Instant SymPy starter : learn to use SymPy's symbolic engine to simplify Python calculations
- Interactive systems for experimental applied mathematics
- Introduction to Pascal for computational mathematics
- Introduction to computational mathematics
- Introductory finite mathematics with computing
- Introductory mathematics and analysis for programmers
- Investigating a hybrid perturbation-Galerkin technique using computer algebras
- La pratique du FORTRAN : exercices commentés
- MATLAB® by example : programming basics
- Machine computation : an algorithmic approach
- Maple : a comprehensive introduction
- Maple V by example
- Mathematica 3.0 standard add-on packages
- Mathematica : a problem-centered approach
- Mathematica : a system for doing mathematics by computer
- Mathematica : a system for doing mathematics by computer
- Mathematica as a tool : an introduction with practical examples
- Mathematica by example
- Mathematica by example
- Mathematica by example
- Mathematica in action
- Mathematica in action : problem solving through visualization and computation
- Mathematica in action : problem solving through visualization and computation
- Mathematica reference guide
- Mathematica, a practical approach
- Mathematical applications of electronic spreadsheets
- Mathematical experiments on the computer
- Mathematical methods for digital computers
- Mathematics and computing : with FORTRAN programming
- Mathematics by experiment : plausible reasoning in the 21st century
- Mathematics by experiment : plausible reasoning in the 21st century
- Matlab by example : programming basics
- Microcomputers and mathematics
- Modelling physics with Microsoft Excel®
- MuPAD tutorial : a version and platform independent introduction
- OMDoc -- an open markup format for mathematical documents : (version 1.2)
- Practical MATLAB : with modeling, simulation, and processing projects
- Probability, statistics, and queueing theory : with computer science applications
- Problem solving with computers
- Problem-solving with the computer
- Python and HDF5
- Ring theoretical and computational methods in group representation theory
- Scientific analysis for programmable calculators, with algebraic operating systems : programming techniques, science and engineering applications
- Scientific computation on mathematical problems and conjectures
- Sources and development of mathematical software
- Statistics with Lotus 1-2-3
- Studies in computer science
- Teachers' companion : from 11 to 16
- The Complexity of computational problem solving
- The Maple V handbook
- The Mathematica book
- The Mathematica handbook
- The Mathematica primer
- The beginner's guide to Mathematica version 3
- The beginner's guide to Mathematica, version 4
- The computer modelling of mathematical reasoning
- The elements of statistical learning : data mining, inference, and prediction
- Understanding computation

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