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"[...] we've got to get serious about using languages that really support generality. It's not going to be enough to use Fortran, or some matrix language, to do scientific computing in the future. One needs the paradigm of symbolic programming to represent the kinds of constructs that are relevant for making good models."
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[create Symbolic Computation]Interesting article on IBM's WebFountain project. Annota et impera!Matthew Chalmers' tutorial from VLDB '99. Excellent. I'm equally convinced that for abstract information display (as opposed to display of physical objects), 3D representations are usually much worse than 2D ones.
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