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Improving your CASH flow: The Computer Algebra SHell

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Christopher Mark Brown, Hans-Wolfgang Loidl, Jost Berthold, Kevin Hammond

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Abstract

This paper describes CASH (the Computer Algebra SHell), a new
interface that allows Haskell programmers to
access the complete functionality of a number of computer algebra systems
directly and interactively.
Using CASH, Haskell programmers can access previously-unavailable
mathematical software,
and, in the reverse direction, users of computer algebra systems
can exploit the rapidly growing \Haskell{} code base and its rich set of libraries.

In particular, CASH provides a
simple and effective interface for users of computer algebra systems
to parallelise their algorithms using domain-specific skeletons written in Haskell.
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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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