Mathematica at the University of Aizu

Mathematica is one of the most useful research tools available, with extensive features for calculation, plotting, and programming. (Other electronic math packages in use at the University of Aizu include Maple and Matlab.) It is a very useful bridge between mathematics, programming logic, and C/Unix, since it has essentially C- or Java-style syntax and programming logic/structure, but allows programming in procedural- (like Java or C), object-oriented (like Objective-C or Java), logic- (like Prolog), and AI/list-based or functional (like Lisp) styles. Besides calculation, it includes multidimensional plotting, graphics, animation, and sound.

Courses that use Mma include:

Mma is used in a lot of research at University of Aizu, including that of
Michael Cohen