Many of the pages I've developed or maintain are making use of
... but hopefully only where appropriate!
Java promises a lot: platform-independence, ubiquity, etc, and, in fact
is a lot of fun, but it is still a little rough around the edges.
If you are interested in various Java tools and GUI widgets I've developed,
see my Java page.
If you are experiencing problems with any of my Applets you might want
to check the notes
I wrote about problems encountered with HotGAMS.
Many other projects involve computer algebra wherein I find myself using
Macsyma, Maple or Mathematica, or perhaps others.
These works are the product of the National Institute of Standards and
Technology, Department of Commerce; This is a U.S. government agency and
so the works are not subject to copyright.
It should be pointed out that, Java and HotJava are trademarks of
Sun Microsystems, Inc., and refer
to Sun's Java programming language and HotJava browser technologies.
Netscape Communications Corporation.
Microsoft Internet Explorer is a trademark of
Macsyma is a trademark of
Maple is a trademark of
Waterloo Maple, Inc.
Mathematica is a trademark of
Wolfram Research, Inc.
Any other trademarked names are trademarks of their respective owners, as well.
I try to make these pages and programs as reliable as possible, but
mistakes will happen.
In any case, no endorsement of any commercial products by either NIST, the
Department of Commerce or the U. S. Government is implied.
Created by Bruce Miller