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[Axiom-developer] Re: integration server

From: Richard Fateman
Subject: [Axiom-developer] Re: integration server
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2005 09:57:50 -0800
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I checked the interface.
If you do the same as Ron Avitzur, you open a socket and
send a string in prefix form, like

(integrate (sin x) x)

and you get a response like (-1)*cos(x)

Even easier would be  (* -1 (cos x))
but that is not what Ron wanted.

The socket is at tilu/integrateGC2
I could set up a socket at tilu/axiom  or something like that.

but I don't recall how any of this worked
ftp or something?

Another thing you could do, if you want to use some kind
of socket, is to link to the maxima site at Franz inc.
But then you could just run maxima locally, so that
should be pointless.


root wrote:


Axiom has a wiki website ( where we are
hosting not only axiom but other computer algebra systems.

You run the tilu website.

It would be a useful extension to the systems we host to enable
them to use your database lookup for computation. I hesitate
to point our server software at your server however as this
could cause a big increase in traffic. Plus the web interface
is awkward for automation.

Is the database available? Could we set up a local copy on

Tim Daly

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