Colloquium: The new era of Mathematica technology
by Dr Jason Harris
Abstract: Design principles of Mathematica, such as algorithmic automation, integrated symbolic computation, and its all-in-one architecture, will be discussed, with examples to illustrate Mathematica's benefits. This talk will introduce the Mathematica technical computing system and explain the design principles that have guided its development for over 20 years. Using simple examples from a range of science and engineering disciplines, the talk will also explain how these principles have accelerated the development of the system in recent years. Examples will include visualization, data analysis, symbolic computation, image processing, and application development. As well as showing Mathematica's use for free-form problem solving, the talk will discuss scalable deployment capabilities that enable the Wolfram Demonstrations Project and large applications, such as Wolfram|Alpha.
For More Information: Contact Paul Pearce (P.Pearce@ms.unimelb.edu.au) or Paul Norbury (P.Norbury@ms.unimelb.edu.au)