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Stanislav

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Registered: 12/6/04
Universal Math Solver
Posted: May 22, 2001 3:28 PM
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Dear Colleges,

I am writing to you in order to attract your attention to
"Universal Mathematical Solver" (UMS), a new software product of
our corporation "Severny Ochag", situated in St.Petersburg, Russia.

The goal of the project is to cover school, college and first
years university mathematics. The distinguishing feature of this
project is as follows: computer should produce not only the final
answer (as professional computer algebra systems do) but also
step-by-step explanation of all transformations performed
accompanied by an appropriate audio commentary.

Now the project is at the beginning, at the moment four
initial modules ("Simplification", "Solving algebraic equations",
"Partial factorization", "Complete factorization") are ready.
Many sophisticated methods with elements of AI were implemented in
these programs.

The program exists both in Russian and English languages. A
demo version can be downloaded from many WWW sites including the
following:

http://www.umsolver.com (the site of our company)
http://www.freeware.ru (in Russian)
..........

This demo version has functional restrictions: for new
problems (given by the user) only answers are returned; the style
of explanations produced by the full commercial version can be
seen (and heard) on preloaded set of problems.

We would be happy to know your opinion about the programs,
including critiques and suggestions for improvements. We would
appreciate if you also inform your colleagues about this program.


We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours truly,

General Director TPO "Severny Ochag"
Doctor in Mathematics
Stanislav Kublanovsky




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