Mathematica is the world's only fully integrated environment for technical computing. First released in 1988, it has had a profound effect on the way computers are used in many technical and other fields.
Mathematica is one of the largest single application programs ever developed, and it contains a vast array of novel algorithms and important technical innovations. Among these innovations is the concept of platform-independent interactive documents known as notebooks. Notebooks have already become the standard for many kinds of courseware and reports, and with the new capabilities added in Mathematica Version 3 they have begun to emerge as a general standard for publishing technical documents on the web and in print.
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