Third Workshop on
Compact Computer Algebra
July 6, 2010. Paris, France
Even though compact design is no longer a vital necessity for main-stream computer algebra systems, it is a central question in emerging settings. Compact systems are important for hand-held devices, embedded computer algebra modules (e.g. for smart document processors) and web-based computing to name a few areas. Additionally, compact data representations can be essential when dealing with very large problems.
The aim of the CCA events is to communicate the ideas supporting the subject of "compactness" in algorithms, data organization and system design for computer algebra.
Continuing the series of CCA meetings previously held in Linz, Austria (2008) and in Grand Bend, Canada (2009), the 3rd workshop on Compact Computer Algebra will take place in Paris, France as a part of CICM 2010 conference.
The scope of CCA topics includes, but is not limited to
If you are interested in presenting your work at CCA, please visit Call for Papers and Software Demos page for instructions on submission for contributions.
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