Date: Nov 21, 2013 4:18 PM
Author: Nasser Abbasi
Subject: Re: The A. F. Timofeev symbolic integration test suite
On 11/21/2013 1:14 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>Should be no problem once Rubi can be run without Mathematica
I wanted to make a CDF (i.e. Mathematica applet), which has
Rubi code inside it which will just take user input, i.e. the
integrand, and gives Rubi's result.
This way one can try Rubi using a browser using the free CDF plugin
or by using the free CDF player. (similar to the integral
site http://integrals.wolfram.com) but runs in a CDF
and using Rubi Int instead of Mathematica Integrate.
The problem, is the free CDF generated does not allow free form
input for the input field. Which means one can't just type in
the integrand expression as they want. One must use only menus
and buttons and sliders and such.
But soon, one should be able to run Mathematica code directly
in the cloud using MathematicaOnline . Snippet below from dailytech.com
and this information can be found at other places
(google Wolfram Language)
" Wolfram Programming Cloud
Can be hosted on private clouds via Function Call Interface
Supports publishing on CloudCDF
Expands on the current webMathematica
In-browser full Mathematica sessions (versus more limited current cloud offerings)
This should make it possible to run Rubi and do many other things
more easily using Mathematica directly on the net, and no Mathematica
is needed to be installed. But ofcourse one will need Mathematica
to make changes to the code itself.