1995 SIAM Annual Meeting
Exhibit Information

American Mathematical Society (AMS)

201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904

The American Mathematical Society remains at the forefront of the mathematical community through conferences, meetings, print and electronic publishing programs, and science policy activities. Here are a few of the hundreds of cutting-edge books, journals and videotapes that are available through the AMS: Mathematics of Computation, Employment Information in the Mathematical Sciences, DIMACS Series, What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences, Journal of Operator Theory, Quarterly of Applied Mathematics, and Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics.

Baltzer Science Publishers

Asterweg LA
1031 HL Amsterdam
The Netherlands


675 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139-3309

Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

511 Forest Lodge Road
Pacific Grove, CA 93950-5098

Stop by our booth to register for a drawing for a free copy of Scientific Workplace TM 2.0 for Windows. This new, mathematics word processing/productivity program is available in an academic version ($595.00) and a student edition (just $162.00) and uses the power of the Maple computer algebra system to calculate answers quickly and accurately, then prints your work in impressive, professional-quality documents using the typesetting power of TEX. More than 150 document styles, a style editor, AMS fonts and documentation are included.

Cambridge University Press

40 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011-4211

Stop by our booth to see these and other fine titles - Mei: Mathematical Analysis in Engineering; Motwani: Randomized Algorithms; Fuchs: Affine Lie Algebras and Quantum Groups; and Katok: Introduction to the Modern Theory of Dynamical Systems.

Computational Science Education Project (CSEP)

105 Computer Center
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN 37240

The Computational Science Education Project has developed a fully electronic hypermedia textbook that has been available on the World Wide Web since the fall of 1993, and it is thus accessible to anyone connected to the Internet. This book provides templates for incorporating hypermedia materials into the curriculum at all levels, and it has stimulated many universities to restructure existing courses and to build new courses that make extensive use of the Internet.

CRC Press Inc.

2000 Corporate Boulevard NW
Boca Raton, Fl 33431

Stop by the CRC Press booth to find out more about our best-selling and upcoming titles. Highlights will include: Handbook of Exact Solutions for Ordinary Differential Equations, Integral Transforms and Their Applications, The Transforms Handbook, 30th Edition of the Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae. Be sure to receive your convention discount and pick up your free CRC mathematics catalog.

Design Science

1028 Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803

MathType is the intelligent equation editor. Its easy-to-use WYSIWYG interface offers over 275 mathematical symbols and templates, and it automatically formats equations. Simply point-and-click on symbols and templates to build equations and then utilize OLE (Object Linking and Embedding), EGO (Edit Graphics Object) or cut and paste commands to incorporate equations into your document for perfect output every time. You can easily create research papers, slides, technical reports, tests and class notes, even entire books!

IOP Publishing

Public Ledger Building
Suite 1035
Independence Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106

National Instruments

6504 Bridge Point Parkway
Austin, TX 78730-5039

National Instruments will exhibit software and hardware products that scientists and engineers use with PCs and workstations to build custom instrumentation systems. The company's LabVIEW and LabWindows software and data acquisition and instrument interface hardware is used to measure, monitor, or control a unit under test or a sensor responding to physical phenomenon. The company's HiQ software gives scientists and engineers more than 650 mathematical functions; publication quality output; interactive three-dimensional graphics; a complete scripting language; a compiler; and a set of Problem Solvers.

Prentice Hall

113 Sylvan Avenue
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632

Prentice Hall is very excited to announce one of our largest publication years ever. In addition to a preliminary edition of Decker/Varberg: Calculus-A Second Generation Reform Book, and a revised edition of the classic Varberg/ Purcell: Calculus, We have many upper levels on display. These include Rotman's Abstract Algebra; Scheinerman, Dynamical Systems; Schram, Intro to Real Analysis; and Edwards/Penney's two new Differential Equations books to mention only a few. We look forward to seeing you.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

3600 University City Science Center
Philadelphia, PA 19104

SIAM will be displaying our latest book titles as well as old favorites. Sample issues of SIAM journals will be available, as well as membership applications and information on upcoming SIAM conferences. Stop by and talk to a SIAM staffer about how SIAM can best serve the applied and computational mathematics community.


New York, Inc.
175 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10010

Springer continues a 150 plus year publishing tradition with the release of many exciting books and journals. Please stop by the Springer booth to see our very latest titles in applied mathematics, including new volumes in the Texts in Applied Mathematics, Applied Mathematical Sciences, and Textbooks in Mathematical Sciences series - all at a 20% discount! As always, look for upcoming books from Springer on page 5 of your monthly copy of SIAM News. If you're on the Internet, visit the Springer Web Site {http://www.springer-ny.com} or subscribe to our listserver. For further details, inquire at the booth or call: 1-800-SPRINGER.

The Undergraduate Computational Engineering and Sciences Project (UCES)

Ames Laboratory
Room 126 Wilhelm Hall
Ames, IA 50011-3020

The Undergraduate Computational Engineering and Sciences Project promotes the emerging field of computational science as an interdisciplinary approach to scientific analysis by identifying and supporting excellence an computational science education at the undergraduate level. The project has over fifty active members drawn from small colleges, research universities, and government laboratories throughout the country.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

605 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10158-0012

Please visit the Wiley booth and review our outstanding list of titles including: Time Dependent Problems and Difference Methods by Bertil Gustafsson, Heinz-Otto Kreiss and Joseph Oliger; Introductory Applications of Partial Differential Equations with Emphasis on Wave Propagation and Diffusion by George L. Lamb Jr.; A Concrete Approach to Mathematical Modeling by Michael P. Mesterton-Gibbons; and Five Golden Rules: Great Theories of 20th Century Math and Why They Matter by John L. Casti. Pick up a sample copy of Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations: An International Journal.

Wolfram Research

100 Trade Center Drive
Champaign, IL 61821

Mathematica 2.2 is the premier software system for numerical and symbolic computation and scientific visualization. Users find it easy to begin with interactive calculations, quickly create publication-quality two and three dimensional graphics, apply hundreds of built-in functions to problems, and use them as building blocks to extend the system and compose Mathematica programs. Mathematica notebooks are ideal for documenting work and creating technical reports and presentations that mix text, active formulas, and graphics; transferable among different platforms.

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