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'MathStudio' is a project intended to make typing and resolution of mathematical expressions easier and more comfortable. Many other programs like this force the user to write input data using one row only (everything is typed at the same level, exponents and bases are on the same row) and use a lot of brackets to make the operation order explicit. Since this is very different from the math you do manually, the aim of this project is to reduce this gap providing both cross-platform libraries which can be embedded in other programs and a program, MathStudio, which demonstrates their usage.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://mathstudio.sourceforge.net/all/mathstudio/docs/index.shtml
released on 6 February 2005
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 11 May 2005.
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