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Monica Davis

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Worldwide Mathematica Conference
Posted: Nov 7, 1996 12:39 AM
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WORLDWIDE MATHEMATICA CONFERENCE
San Francisco: January 5-8, 1997
For Developers, Advanced Users, and Others

Presenting the latest in Mathematica technology, the Worldwide
Mathematica Conference provides a unique opportunity to learn how to
take advantage of the revolutionary new power offered by Mathematica 3.0
and other new Mathematica products.

Tutorials * Workshops * Technical Papers * Forums * Exhibits

Topics include: Mathematica kernel * Mathematica front end * documents
in Mathematica * notebook manipulation * symbolic algorithms * special
functions * algebraic numbers * numerics * MathLink programming *
typesetting * creating palettes * fonts and special characters *
evaluation control * data analysis * Mathematica and the web * graphics
import and export * math in HTML * Mathematica system administration

Special features include: Mathematica training (basic, intermediate, and
advanced) * Mathematica gallery (art, music, interactive exhibits, and
more) * Q&A with Stephen Wolfram * Mathematica design workshop with
Stephen Wolfram

For information on registering and on submitting papers and posters, see
http://www.wolfram.com/conference97/, send email to
conference97@wolfram.com, or call 217-398-0700, ext. 245. Register by
November 15 for special early-bird rates.

Immediately following the Worldwide Mathematica Conference:
* Financial Applications of Mathematica (Training Course)
See http://www.wolfram.com/conference97/ for more information.












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