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changed: <hr> On Wednesday, June 15, 2005 12:42 AM daly@axiomdeveloper.org wrote:  Subject: [Axiomdeveloper] Mathematics Subject Classification   There is a mathematics subject classification scheme list at  http://www.ams.org/msc  and it appears to be used at  http://www.mathatlas.org  An interesting project would be to classify Axiom's math algorithms relative to this scheme. 
Computer algebra systems like FriCAS implement a very large number of mathematical algorithms. By that we mean:
adj.
a Precise; exact. b Absolute; certain.
Ref: http://www.answers.com/mathematical&r=67
n.
A stepbystep problemsolving procedure, especially an established, recursive computational procedure for solving a problem in a finite number of steps.
Ref: http://www.answers.com/algorithms&r=67
Links to other pages on related subjects:
Core algorithms in FriCAS deal with commutative algebra:
Support for calculus uses notion of kernel: kernels represent algebraic and transcendental functions. In arithmetic kernels behave like variables, but for example have interesting derivatives.