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David Saunders
Exact linear algebra research:    LinBox library at linalg.org.    Publications.
Misc:    Clippings from the input stream,    The STL Documentation at SGI .
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Email: saunders@udel.edu
Snail mail: Dept of Computer and Information Sciences / College of Engineering / University of Delaware / Newark / DE / 19716

Computer Algebra Research Links:

  • A publication list, some brief abstracts, vitae(pdf).
  • ACA '17, Jerusalem, July 17-21, 2017.
  • PASCO '17, Kaiserslautern, July 23-24, 2017.
  • ISSAC '18, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, July 16-19 2018.
  • LinBox, a C++ template library for exact linear algebra.
  • Journal of Symbolic Computation.

    Student Activity Links:

  • Programming contests, Annual ACM Collegiate Programming Contests (and others).
  • ACM (no current link) is UDel's student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery.
  • CISGSA, Computer Science Graduate Student Association.
  • CISters A group of undergraduate, graduate, and faculty women in technology-driven fields at the University of Delaware
  • LUG, the Linux Users Group.
  • UPE (old link), Upsilon Pi Epsilon, is the international honor society for the Computing Sciences.

    Courses

  • Courses past.

    Misc.

  • ILAS is the International Linear Algebra Society.
  • SIGSAM is the ACM Special Interest Group on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation.
  • The Standard Template Library.
  • Take a walk with the Wilmington Trail Club.

    I study computationalgebraicomputation. ...You get the idea: something to do with computing and something to do with pushing mathematical symbols around. The words are run together to indicate the fact that the practice of algebra and of computing have much in common, the more so in the discipline called Computer Algebra. I am specifically interested in computational exact linear algebra, (matrix problems where the entries are integers and/or expressions in parameters and indeterminates and where exact, complete solutions are sought). To that end I care about anything it takes: algorithms, languages, machines, system design issues, parallel and distributed computing, ....


    B. David Saunders, Professor Emeritus, Department of Computer Science, University of Delaware