includes the following programs:
Savannah Free Software project for revival of Axiom as open source.
A MATLAB-based program for dynamical system investigation. Current version allows to compute trajectories, equilibria, Poincare map, Lyapunov exponents and vector field visualization for ordinary differential equation systems.
Algebra software resources compiled by The Math Forum.
By Ke Chen, Peter Giblin and Alan Irving (CUP, 1999). M-files and sample solutions.
MATLAB is an integrated technical computing environment that combines numeric computation, graphics and visualization, and a high-level programming language.
A high-level programming system that is widely used for computer vision. Site has links to user provided contributions and online support.
A collection of M-files for linear algebra maintained by Michael Tsatsomeros at Washington State University.
See the results from the first contest held in December 1998.