Journal of Symbolic Computation

The "Journal of Symbolic Computation" (ISSN 0747-7171) is an international monthly research journal on all aspects of symbolic computation and is perhaps the most prestigious journal on the topic of symbolic computation. It is published by Academic Press. It is targeted to both mathematicians and computer scientists. It was started in 1985 by Bruno Buchberger, who served as its editor until 1994.

The "Journal" covers a wide variety of topics, including:
* Computer algebra
* Computational geometry
* Automated theorem proving
* Applications of symbolic computation in education, science and industry.

The current editors of the "Journal" are:

* Hoon Hong (editor in chief)

External links

* [http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/622902/description JSC's page at Elsevier's web-site]


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