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- XLpert - Choong Koon Wai, XLpert Enterprises
Shareware and freeware: 4Cast XL (a neural network add-in for MS Excel); xl bit (a genetic algorithm add-in for MS Excel); nn_Solve (build neural network models with Excel Solver (freeware)); KaotiXL (rescaled range analysis ( Hurst exponent ) with MS
- The XYZ GeoBench for experimental geometric computation - Dr. Peter Schorn
The XYZ GeoBench (eXperimental geometrY Zurich) is a workbench for geometric computation on Macintosh computers. It provides an interactive user interface similar to a drawing program which can be used to create and manipulate geometric objects such as
- Yarrow Home Page - Jan Zwanenburg
A proof-assistant for Pure Type Systems (PTSs). In Yarrow you can experiment with various pure type systems, representing different logics and programming languages. A basic knowledge of Pure Type Systems and the Curry-Howard-de Bruijn isomorphism is
- Yves Gallot's Proth.exe and Cunningham Chains - Warut Roonguthai
A collection of interesting Cunningham chains of large prime numbers (with a link to an explanation of Cunningham chains), and how to find some of them using Yves Gallot's Proth.exe, a Windows 95/NT program.
- Zap-a-Graph - Brain Waves Software
A graphing program for use in the teaching and learning of high school mathematics and Calculus. Features include the ability to transform any
relation, take the nth derivative of any function, and compose any two functions in nine different ways. The
- Z Systems, Inc.
Developers of data analysis, acquisition, and visualization software. Evaluation copies available for download. Graphing and data analysis software includes Graph++, a graphing application that evaluates equations and mathematical functions graphically.
- Zuk - Jan Bobrowski
Download an experimental version of a dynamic Mandelbrot/Julia fractal viewer for DOS.
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