|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science|
|Subject Keyword||Related Deduction ♦ Combine Algebraic Computation ♦ Theorem Provers ♦ Programming Language Sml ♦ High Level ♦ Algebraic Manipulation ♦ Parametric Code ♦ Several Number System ♦ Recent Development ♦ Recent Effort ♦ Algebraic Computation ♦ Large Number ♦ Computer Algebra System ♦ Mathematical Calculation ♦ Particular Language ♦ Rigorous Development ♦ Main Property|
|Abstract||We investigate the utilization of parametric code to perform algebraic computation on the one hand and to allow for related deduction on the other hand. This method is illustrated by the implementation of several number systems and the study of their main properties. The examples are presented by means of the programming language SML but we argue that the method is not restricted to this particular language. 2 1 Introduction The recent development of numerous automated systems brought a high level of sophistication for the support of mathematical calculation. One example are Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) which can perform a large number of algebraic manipulations. Another example are Automated Theorem Provers (ATP) which support the rigorous development of proofs. Recent efforts concentrate on the combination of the two mentioned types of systems trying to enhance the proving capabilities of ATP and to verify the calculations of CAS. Our work can be seen in this context where we t...|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||above 22 year|
|Education Level||UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study|
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