Looking at the most common general purpose computer packages, this is an outline of their strengths, weaknesses and other particular aspects of behaviour which allows users to make an informed decision on which systems to use for their particular needs. It also allows users, new to CASs, to form an idea of where to begin. Each system studied uses a different language so that many examples are included to aid the user in adapting to these language differences. These examples can be used as a guide to using the various systems once the basic principles of one CAS are understood. The book also includes contributions which examine the diverse needs of various users and future developments, both from the user's and the developer's viewpoint.
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