Projects per year
Abstract
This paper describes CASH (the Computer Algebra SHell), a new
interface that allows Haskell programmers to
access the complete functionality of a number of computer algebra systems
directly and interactively.
Using CASH, Haskell programmers can access previouslyunavailable
mathematical software,
and, in the reverse direction, users of computer algebra systems
can exploit the rapidly growing \Haskell{} code base and its rich set of libraries.
In particular, CASH provides a
simple and effective interface for users of computer algebra systems
to parallelise their algorithms using domainspecific skeletons written in Haskell.
interface that allows Haskell programmers to
access the complete functionality of a number of computer algebra systems
directly and interactively.
Using CASH, Haskell programmers can access previouslyunavailable
mathematical software,
and, in the reverse direction, users of computer algebra systems
can exploit the rapidly growing \Haskell{} code base and its rich set of libraries.
In particular, CASH provides a
simple and effective interface for users of computer algebra systems
to parallelise their algorithms using domainspecific skeletons written in Haskell.
Original language  English 

Number of pages  16 
Publication status  Published  2011 
Fingerprint
Dive into the research topics of 'Improving your CASH flow: The Computer Algebra SHell'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.Projects
 1 Finished

1 Symbolic Compulation Infra' 026133: Symbolic computation infrastructure for Europe
Linton, S. A. & Hammond, K.
1/04/06 → 31/12/11
Project: Standard