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Taku Takeshima

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********* ASCM'96 Program and Announcement for Participation *********
********* (Final version) *********
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The Asian Symposium on Computer Mathematics (ASCM) is an international
forum for the exchange of ideas and techniques for doing mathematics
by computer, which includes symbolic computations, mechanical theorem
proving, computational geometry, combined symbolic/numeric method,
applications of symbolic computations in education and other fields,
and software design.

ASCM'96 will take place in Kobe, August 20 through 22, 1996,
organized by the Japan Society for Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
(JSSAC, Japan) in cooperation with the Mathematics Mechanization Research
Center (MMRC, China).

The conference will be carried on two tracks: the Regular Track (RT)
and the Education Track (ET) for Japanese attendants of special
interest. The Regular Track activities include invited presentations
and original research contributions on computer mathematics; the
Education Track focuses on teaching and learning of mathematics with
computer mathematics tools, including original research contribution,
reports, panel discussions, school simulation and software demos.

A dinner party is programmed on the second day evening.

*** Language ***
Official language for the Regular Track is English.
For the Education Track Japanese is the main language; some
presentations may be in English, though.

*** Organization ***

General Chair: Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,
Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan
Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990
takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp

Organizing Committee:
Local Arrangement Chair: Naoto Niki (Science University of Tokyo)
Shigetoshi Katsura (College of Sci. & Tech., Tohoku)
Hidetsune Kobayashi (Nihon Univ.)
Matu-Tarow Noda (Ehime Univ.),
Ko Sakai (Tsukuba Univ.),
Tateaki Sasaki (Tukuba Univ.)
Tadashi Takahashi (Kobe Univ.)
Taku Takeshima (Fujitsu Labs.)
Katsuhide Tsushima (Osaka Electro-Communic. Univ.)

Program Committee:
Chair: Kiyoshi Shirayanagi (NTT Labs.),
Akio Furukawa (SEG),
Li Lian (Lanzhou Univ.),
Liu Zhuojun (Academia Sinica),
Taketomo Mitsui (Nagoya Univ.),
Hirokazu Murao (Univ. of Tokyo),
Yosuke Sato (Ritsumei-Kan Univ.),
Nobuki Takayama (Kobe Univ.),
Kazuhiro Yokoyama (Fujitsu Labs.)

*** Conference Site ***
Faculty of Human Development, Kobe University,
Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan

*** Access ***
Kobe city is one of the beautiful and exotic port facing to
the Seto Inland Sea. It is located about half hour access by
trains from Osaka.
Kobe University is located on the hill side of Kobe city.
The most convenient stations are
Rokko^-Michi station (JR: Japan Railway),
Hankyu^-Rokko^ station (Hankyu.)
To get to Kobe University, take buses bound for
"Tsurukabuto-Danchi-yuki (36.)"
Number (36) is an identifier of bus lines.
Finally get off at "Hattatsu-Kagakubu-mae" bus stop, and
1 minute walk brings you to the conference place.
If you come from ShinKobe station of Shinkansen, take a subway
to Sannomiya station (JR) and then take JR train to Rokko^-Michi
station.

*** Conference Fee ***
Regular Track 10,000 yen@
Regular Track Student 3,000 yen@
@ Including proceedings of RT distributed at the conference.
Note! Persons who registered on RT can also attend ET symposium.

*** Dinner party ***
Extra payment, 3,000 yen/person, will be required for the dinner party
besides the Conference fee.

*** Accommodations ***
For overseas visitors, the organizing committee will assist to
make reservations of Hotels near the conference site.

Please check and fill in the attached hotel reservation form.
Remit it WITH the ASCM registration form to the organizing committee:
Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,
Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan
Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990
takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp

Here is a list of several hotels for your reference. Note that the
listed rate may change. All hotels in the list are located around
Sannomiya and ShinKobe stations in Chuo-ku, Kobe city. Distance call
prefix for this area is 078.

Hotel Name Rate (Yen) Tel.
(single/per night)
ShinKobe Oriental Hotel 14,300 291-1121
Sannomiya Terminal Hotel 9,900 291-0001
Kobe Tokyu Inn 9,700 291-0109
Number 2 Green Hill Hotel 8,300 222-0909
Kobe Hana Hotel 7,800 221-1087
Kitagami Hotel Annex 7,200 391-8781, 392-0401
Number 1 Green Hill Hotel 7,000 222-1221
ShinKobe Sun Hotel 6,820 272-1080
San Side Hotel 6,700 232-3331

*** Regular Track PROGRAM ***
==== Aug. 20 (Tue.) ====

12:20-13:30 Conference Registration

13:30-13:40 Official Opening

13:40-14:40 Regular session 1: Discriminants and Real closed fields
Lu Yang, Xiao-Rong Hou and Zhen-Bing Zeng:
A Complete Discrimination System of a Polynomial
Shilong Ma and Ning Shucheng:
Practically Solving Some Problems Expressed by the First Order
Theory of the Real Closed Field

14:40-15:10 *** Coffee Break (30 min.) ***

15:10-16:40 Regular Session 2: Algebraic/Numeric Combination
Li Lian and Niu Yi:
Approximate parameterization of prime ideals in neighbourhood
of a given point
YongJian Ye, Yiming Ye, Xiang Zhang and QinShi Gao:
Using a Natural Constraint to Approximate Area and Volume
Hiroshi Sekigawa:
Using Interval Arithmetic and Polynomial Norms to Determine
Signs of Algebraic Numbers

==== Aug. 21 (Wed.) ====

9:30-10:30 Regular Session 3.1: CA applications and Math. Notation (1)
Y. Papegay and S. Philoreau:
Design and Performance Analysis of Complex Optical Devices using
Symbolic Computation
Zhibin Li:
A New Method For Finding Solitary Wave Solutions

10:30-11:00 *** Coffee break (30 min.) ***

11:00-12:00 Regular Session 3.2: CA applications and Math. Notation (2)
Wu Tie-ru, Zhou Yun-shi and Feng Guo-chen:
Blending two quadratic algebraic surfaces with cubic surfaces
Yanjie Zhao, Tetsuya Sakurai, Hiroshi Sugiura, and Tatsuo Torii:
Notation Extension Methods in Mathematical Notation Parsing
for Mathematical Computation

12:00-13:30 *** Lunch ***

13:30-14:30 Invited Talk
John McKay, Concordia Univ.
Title: CA contribution to Mathematical Problems

14:30-15:00 *** Coffee Break (30 min.) ***

15:00-16:30 Regular Session 4: CA applications to Education
Akihiko Saeki:
The Influence of the Technology on the Teaching and Learning of
Trigonometric Functions
Lin Jian-xiang:
Let Symbolic Manipulation System well-used for Mathematical
Education to articulate symbolic algebra package with
object-oriented method
Tadashi Takahashi and Hirokazu Hashiba
On the Efficient Use of Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematics
Education

19:00-21:00 Social Party

==== Aug. 22 (Thu.) ====

e 9:30-10:30 Regular Session 5.1: CA Software Systems (1)

Shucheng Ning, Shilong Ma, Junhai Li, and Zhiyong Chen:
A System for Automatically Analyzing Qualitative Behaviors of
Dynamical Systems
Y. Papegay and S. Dalmas
QUATERMAN vs. QUATERNICA: A Comparative Implementation of
Quaternions in Maple and Mathematica

10:30-11:00 *** Coffee break (30 min.) ***

11:00-12:00 Regular Session 5.2: CA Software Systems (2)
Zhuojun Liu, Wenda Wu
STAR: Small Tool for Algebraic Research
Takayuki Kando and Masayuki Noro
Implementation and preliminary experiments of computer algebra
system Risa/Asir on parallel computer AP1000

12:00-13:30 *** Lunch ***

13:30-14:30 Invited Talk
Masami Hagiya (Univ. of Tokyo):
Title: Constructive Formalization of Planar Graphs

14:30-15:00 *** Coffee Break (30 min.) ***

15:00-16:30 Regular Session 6: Geometry and First Order Theory
Tadashi Takahashi:
On the Relations of Trimodular Type Simple K3 Singularities
Shang-Ching Chou, Xiao-Shan Gao, and Jing-Zhong Zhang:
Automated Two-Dimensional Geometric Constraint Solving
Jinzhao WU and Zhuojun LIU:
On First-Order Theorem Proving

16:30 Closing


==================== ASCM96 Registration Form ====================
NAME: __________________, __________________, __________________.
(given name) (family name) (middle name if any)
AFFILIATION:____________________________________________________.
FULL ADDRESS:___________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________.
COUNTRY:________________________________________________________.
E-MAIL:_________________________________________________________.
Telephone:________________________ Telefax:_____________________.
RT attendance (Yes/No):___ at 10,000 yen.
RT attendance (Yes/No):___ at 3,000 yen. (For students only!)
ET attendance (Yes/No):___ at 3,000 yen. (with ET procs.)
ET attendance (Yes/No):___ at 1,000 yen. (without ET procs.)
DATE (Year/Month/Day):__/__/__.
Signature:

========= hotel reservation form (Optional): (ASCM96) ============
***** For overseas attendants only! *****
*** Do not separate this form from the ASCM96 registration form **
* Check-in Date: _______; Check-out Date: _______.
* Single / Twin (leave preferred one.)
* Extra bed? (Yes / No.)
* Preferable rate per person per night (Select one.):
6,000-6,999 yen / 7,000-7,999 yen / 8,000-8999 yen /
9,000-9,999 yen / 10,000 yen or higher

Payment should be made directly to the hotel at check-out.
Usually a deposit is not required.
======================================================================

Either mail, fax or e-mail the completed form to:

General Chair: Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,
Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan
Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990
takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp

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\title{ASCM'96 Program and Announcement for Participation (Final Version)}
\author{}
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The Asian Symposium on Computer Mathematics (ASCM) is an international
forum for the exchange of ideas and techniques for doing mathematics
by computer, which includes symbolic computations, mechanical theorem
proving, computational geometry, combined symbolic/numeric method,
applications of symbolic computations in education and other fields,
and software design.

ASCM'96 will take place in Kobe, August 20 through 22, 1996,
organized by the Japan Society for Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
(JSSAC, Japan) in cooperation with the Mathematics Mechanization Research
Center (MMRC, China).

The conference will be carried on two tracks: the Regular Track (RT)
and the Education Track (ET) for Japanese attendants of special
interest. The Regular Track activities include invited presentations
and original research contributions on computer mathematics; the
Education Track focuses on teaching and learning of mathematics with
computer mathematics tools, including original research contribution,
reports, panel discussions, school simulation and software demos.

A dinner party is programmed on the second day evening.

\section*{Language}

Official language for the Regular Track is English.
For the Education Track Japanese is the main language; some
presentations may be in English, though.

\section*{Organization}

\begin{tabbing}
xxxx \= \kill
General Chair: Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,\ \> Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan\ \> Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990\ \> takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp
\end{tabbing}

\begin{tabbing}
xxxx \= \kill
Organizing Committee:\Local Arrangement Chair: Naoto Niki (Science University of Tokyo)\ \> Shigetoshi Katsura (College of Sci. \& Tech., Tohoku)\ \> Hidetsune Kobayashi (Nihon Univ.)\ \> Matu-Tarow Noda (Ehime Univ.), \ \> Ko Sakai (Tsukuba Univ.), \ \> Tateaki Sasaki (Tukuba Univ.)\ \> Tadashi Takahashi (Kobe Univ.) \ \> Taku Takeshima (Fujitsu Labs.)\ \> Katsuhide Tsushima (Osaka Electro-Communic. Univ.)
\end{tabbing}

\begin{tabbing}
xxxx \= xxxxx \= \kill
Program Committee: \ \> Chair: \> Kiyoshi Shirayanagi (NTT Labs.),\ \> \> Akio Furukawa (SEG),\ \> \> Li Lian (Lanzhou Univ.),\ \> \> Liu Zhuojun (Academia Sinica),\ \> \> Taketomo Mitsui (Nagoya Univ.),\ \> \> Hirokazu Murao (Univ. of Tokyo),\ \> \> Yosuke Sato (Ritsumei-Kan Univ.),\ \> \> Nobuki Takayama (Kobe Univ.),\ \> \> Kazuhiro Yokoyama (Fujitsu Labs.)
\end{tabbing}

\section*{Conference Site}

Faculty of Human Development, Kobe University,\ Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan

\section*{Access}

Kobe city is one of the beautiful and exotic port facing to
the Seto Inland Sea. It is located about half hour access by
trains from Osaka.

Kobe University is located on the hill side of Kobe city.

The most convenient stations are

\noindent
Rokk\= o-Michi station (JR: Japan Railway), \ Hanky\= u-Rokk\= o station (Hankyu.)

To get to Kobe University, take buses bound for
``Tsurukabuto-Danchi-yuki (36.)''
Number (36) is an identifier of bus lines.

Finally get off at ``Hattatsu-Kagakubu-mae'' bus stop, and
1 minute walk brings you to the conference place.

If you come from ShinKobe station of Shinkansen, take a subway
to Sannomiya station (JR) and then take JR train to Rokk\= o-Michi
station.

\section*{Conference Fee}

Regular Track 10,000 yen$ ^{\dag}$ \Regular Track Student 3,000 yen$ ^{\dag}$ \
\noindent
\dag : Including proceedings of RT distributed at the conference.
Note! Persons who registered on RT can also attend ET symposium.

\section*{Dinner party}
Extra payment, 3,000 yen/person, will be required for the dinner party
besides the Conference fee.

\section*{Accommodations}
For overseas visitors, the organizing committee will assist to
make reservations of Hotels near the conference site.

\begin{tabbing}
xxxx \= \kill
Please check and fill in the attached hotel reservation form. \Remit it WITH the ASCM registration form to the organizing committee:\ \> Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,\ \> Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan\ \> Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990\ \> takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp
\end{tabbing}

Here is a list of several hotels for your reference. Note that the
listed rate may change. All hotels in the list are located around
Sannomiya and ShinKobe stations in Chuo-ku, Kobe city. Distance call
prefix for this area is 078.

\begin{center}
\begin{tabular}[h]{lrl}
\hline
Hotel Name & Rate (Yen) & Tel. \ & (single/per night) & \\hline
ShinKobe Oriental Hotel & 14,300 & 291-1121 \Sannomiya Terminal Hotel & 9,900 & 291-0001 \Kobe Tokyu Inn & 9,700 & 291-0109 \Number 2 Green Hill Hotel & 8,300 & 222-0909 \Kobe Hana Hotel & 7,800 & 221-1087 \Kitagami Hotel Annex & 7,200 & 391-8781, 392-0401 \Number 1 Green Hill Hotel & 7,000 & 222-1221 \ShinKobe Sun Hotel & 6,820 & 272-1080 \San Side Hotel & 6,700 & 232-3331 \\hline
\end{tabular}
\end{center}

\newpage
{\footnotesize
\section*{Regular Track PROGRAM}
\subsection*{Aug. 20 (Tue.)}

\begin{description}

\item [12:20-13:30] Conference Registration

\item [13:30-13:40] Official Opening

\item [13:40-14:40] Regular session 1: {\bf Discriminants and Real closed fields}
\begin{itemize}
\item Lu Yang, Xiao-Rong Hou and Zhen-Bing Zeng: \ A Complete Discrimination System of a Polynomial
\item Shilong Ma and Ning Shucheng: \ Practically Solving Some Problems Expressed by the First Order
Theory of the Real Closed Field
\end{itemize}

\item [14:40-15:10] --- Coffee Break (30 min.) ---

\item [15:10-16:40] Regular Session 2: {\bf Algebraic/Numeric Combination}
\begin{itemize}
\item Li Lian and Niu Yi: \ Approximate parameterization of prime ideals in neighbourhood
of a given point
\item YongJian Ye, Yiming Ye, Xiang Zhang and QinShi Gao: \ Using a Natural Constraint to Approximate Area and Volume
\item Hiroshi Sekigawa:\ Using Interval Arithmetic and Polynomial Norms to Determine
Signs of Algebraic Numbers
\end{itemize}

\end{description}

\subsection*{Aug. 21 (Wed.)}

\begin{description}
\item [9:30-10:30] Regular Session 3.1: {\bf CA applications and Math. Notation (1)}
\begin{itemize}
\item Y. Papegay and S. Philoreau:\ Design and Performance Analysis of Complex Optical Devices using
Symbolic Computation
\item Zhibin Li: \ A New Method For Finding Solitary Wave Solutions
\end{itemize}

\item [10:30-11:00] --- Coffee break (30 min.) ---

\item [11:00-12:00] Regular Session 3.2: {\bf CA applications and Math. Notation (2)}
\begin{itemize}
\item Wu Tie-ru, Zhou Yun-shi and Feng Guo-chen: \ Blending two quadratic algebraic surfaces with cubic surfaces
\item Yanjie Zhao, Tetsuya Sakurai, Hiroshi Sugiura, and Tatsuo Torii: \ Notation Extension Methods in Mathematical Notation Parsing
for Mathematical Computation
\end{itemize}

\item [12:00-13:30] --- Lunch ---

\item [13:30-14:30] Invited Talk\ John McKay, Concordia Univ.\ Title: {\bf CA contribution to Mathematical Problems}

\item [14:30-15:00] --- Coffee Break (30 min.) ---

\item [15:00-16:30] Regular Session 4: {\bf CA applications to Education}
\begin{itemize}
\item Akihiko Saeki: \ The Influence of the Technology on the Teaching and Learning of
Trigonometric Functions
\item Lin Jian-xiang: \ Let Symbolic Manipulation System well-used for Mathematical
Education to articulate symbolic algebra package with
object-oriented method
\item Tadashi Takahashi and Hirokazu Hashiba:\ On the Efficient Use of Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematics
Education
\end{itemize}

\item [19:00-21:00] Social Party
\end{description}

\subsection*{Aug. 22 (Thu.)}

\begin{description}

\item[e 9:30-10:30] Regular Session 5.1: {\bf CA Software Systems (1)}
\begin{itemize}
\item Shucheng Ning, Shilong Ma, Junhai Li, and Zhiyong Chen: \ A System for Automatically Analyzing Qualitative Behaviors of
Dynamical Systems
\item Y. Papegay and S. Dalmas: \ QUATERMAN vs. QUATERNICA: A Comparative Implementation of
Quaternions in Maple and Mathematica
\end{itemize}

\item[10:30-11:00] --- Coffee break (30 min.) ---

\item[11:00-12:00] Regular Session 5.2: {\bf CA Software Systems (2)}
\begin{itemize}
\item Zhuojun Liu, Wenda Wu:\ STAR: Small Tool for Algebraic Research
\item Takayuki Kando and Masayuki Noro\ Implementation and preliminary experiments of computer algebra
system Risa/Asir on parallel computer AP1000
\end{itemize}

\item[12:00-13:30] --- Lunch ---

\item[13:30-14:30] Invited Talk\ Masami Hagiya (Univ. of Tokyo): \ Title:{\bf Constructive Formalization of Planar Graphs}

\item[14:30-15:00] --- Coffee Break (30 min.) ---

\item[15:00-16:30] Regular Session 6: {\bf Geometry and First Order Theory}
\begin{itemize}
\item Tadashi Takahashi: \ On the Relations of Trimodular Type Simple K3 Singularities
\item Shang-Ching Chou, Xiao-Shan Gao, and Jing-Zhong Zhang: \ Automated Two-Dimensional Geometric Constraint Solving
\item Jinzhao WU and Zhuojun LIU: \ On First-Order Theorem Proving
\end{itemize}

\item[16:30] Closing

\end{description}
}

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\begin{verbatim}
==================== ASCM96 Registration Form ====================
NAME: __________________, __________________, __________________.
(given name) (family name) (middle name if any)
AFFILIATION:____________________________________________________.
FULL ADDRESS:___________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________.
COUNTRY:________________________________________________________.
E-MAIL:_________________________________________________________.
Telephone:________________________ Telefax:_____________________.
RT attendance (Yes/No):___ at 10,000 yen.
RT attendance (Yes/No):___ at 3,000 yen. (For students only!)
ET attendance (Yes/No):___ at 3,000 yen. (with ET procs.)
ET attendance (Yes/No):___ at 1,000 yen. (without ET procs.)
DATE (Year/Month/Day):__/__/__.
Signature:

========= hotel reservation form (Optional): (ASCM96) ============
***** For overseas attendants only! *****
*** Do not separate this form from the ASCM96 registration form **
* Check-in Date: _______; Check-out Date: _______.
* Single / Twin (leave preferred one.)
* Extra bed? (Yes / No.)
* Preferable rate per person per night (Select one.):
6,000-6,999 yen / 7,000-7,999 yen / 8,000-8999 yen /
9,000-9,999 yen / 10,000 yen or higher

Payment should be made directly to the hotel at check-out.
Usually a deposit is not required.
======================================================================
\end{verbatim}

\noindent
Either mail, fax or e-mail the completed form to:

\begin{tabbing}
xxxx \= \kill
General Chair: Tadashi Takahashi, Kobe University,\ \> Tsurukabuto, Nada-ku, Kobe 657, Japan\ \> Phone: 078-803-0957, Telefax: 078-803-0990\ \> takahasi@icluna.kobe-u.ac.jp
\end{tabbing}

\end{document}

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