Editorial
Optimization

Problems for which data are available, are often optimally solved by means of software.

For some cases, exact algorithms exist, while other cases afford heuristic methods to find a solution in reasonable time. Some other cases do not have appropriate solution methods, but must be individually programmed.

By means of combining computer algebra with higher programming languages, we can offer solutions for problems that are not reasonably solveable by symbolics alone or numerics alone.

Symbols and Numbers discusses with you the best approach for your specific problem and provides you with results and algorithms.

Editorial • page checked on Sep. 27th 2005