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Friday 4th August 2017

ISSAC 2017 and PASCO 2017 took place in Kaiserslautern, Germany in July. The proceedings for both events are in the ACM Digital Library. ISSAC Proceedings - PASCO Proceedings

2017 ISSAC Awards

Friday 28th July 2017

The ACM SIGSAM sponsored ISSAC 2017 Distinguished Paper Award has been presented to D. Lyakhov, V. Gerdt and D. Michels. Th. Xuan Vu and T. Pecatte recieved the Distinguished Student Author Awards. See the ISSAC Awards page for more details.

SIGSAM Elections

Friday 30th June 2017

Elections have taken place for the new SIGSAM executive. The results are published by the ACM here. See the new Committee Page.

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Upcoming Conferences

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CASC 2017

The 19th International Workshop on Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing
18-22 September 2017
Beijing, China


19th International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing
21-24 September 2017
Timisoara, Romania

MACIS 2017

The 7th International Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Computer and Information Sciences
15-17 November 2017
Vienna, Austria

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ACM DL Selections

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Algorithmic Verification of Linearizability for Ordinary Differential Equations
Dmitry Lyakhov, Vladimir Gerdt and Dominik Michels
Proc. ISSAC 2017, pages 285-292, ACM, 2017
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Computing Canonical Bases of Modules of Univariate Relations
Vincent Neiger and Thi Xuan Vu
Proc. ISSAC 2017, pages 357-364, ACM, 2017
Digital Library Link

Reconstruction Algorithms for Sums of Affine Powers
Ignacio Garcia Marco, Pascal Koiran and Timothee Pecatte
Proc. ISSAC 2017, pages 317-324, ACM, 2017
Digital Library Link

Decomposing and solving quasilinear second-order differential equations
Fritz Schwarz
ACM Communications in Computer Algebra, 50:3, pages 73-82, ACM, 2016.
Digital Library Link


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