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An Interactive Environment for Advanced Mathematics

, 18 Jul 2009
Combine a .NET math library and a .NET dynamic programming language to create a Matlab/Mathematica-like interactive environment for math and data analysis.

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dawright
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I am a .NET developer who works daily on enterprise-scale applications using C#, SQL, XML, ASP.NET, and myriad other technologies. My academic background is in physics and economics.

I am the original architect of Sandcastle managed reference documentation engine and of the Meta.Numerics library for scientific computation.

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