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Thursday, October 8, 2009


The upcoming release of Mathematica (2005) establishes the next level of sophistication in scientific function and data visualization. All the plotting functions have been rewritten to incorporate state-of-the-art algorithms in numeric and algebraic analysis, mesh generation, and computational geometry. Arbitrary-precision function evaluation, region, mesh overlays, piecewise functions, and singularities handling are just part of the new functionality. All of this makes Mathematica a unique system for function and data visualization with features not found in any other algebraic computational system. In this presentation we will give a general description and present several examples of the new capabilities.

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