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MathToolBox

The MathToolBox is further essential development of the package of the same name and contains more than 1170 means of different purpose which eliminate restrictions of a number of standard tools of the Mathematica system or complement their alonging with expanding Mathematica software with new tools. In this context, the package can serve as a certain additional tool of procedural and functional programming, especially useful in the numerous appendices where certain nonstandard evaluations have to accompany programming. At that, tools presented in the given package have a direct relationship to certain principal questions of procedural and functional programming in the Mathematica system, not only for the decision of the applied problems, but, first of all, for creation of software extending frequently used facilities of the system and/or eliminating their defects or extending the system with new facilities. The software presented in this package contains a number of rather useful and effective receptions of programming in the Mathematica system, and extends its software that allows to programme the problems of various purpose much simply and effectively. The additional tools composing the above package embrace the next sections of the Mathematica system, namely: ■ additional tools in interactive mode of the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of expressions in the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of symbols and strings in the Mathematica ■ additional tools of processing of sequences and lists in the Mathematica ■ additional tools for computer research of cellular automata dynamics; ■ additional tools extending the standard Mathematica functions or its software as a whole (the control structures of branching and loop, etc.) ■ definition of procedures in the Mathematica software ■ definition of the user functions and pure functions in the Mathematica software ■ tools of testing of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ headings of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ formal arguments of procedures and functions ■ local variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ global variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ attributes, options and values by default for arguments of the user blocks, functions and modules; additional tools of their processing ■ some useful additional tools for processing of blocks, functions and modules ■ additional tools of the processing of internal Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of external Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of attributes of directories and datafiles ■ additional and some special tools of processing of datafiles and directories ■ additional tools of operating with packages and contexts ascribed to them ■ a set of procedures for computer research of one–dimensional cellular automata in the Mathematica system and simplification of programming of tools for solution of various problems in this field. Tools of the package are provided with usages, whereas the detailed descriptions of the tools with examples and features of their applications can be found in books "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov. Software Etudes in the Mathematica.– Amazon Digital Services LLC, ASIN: B0775YSH72, 2017" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0775YSH72) and "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov, V.A. Vaganov. Practical Programming in Mathematica.– USA: Morrisville, NC, Lulu Press, eBook (PDF)" (http://www.lulu.com/shop/victor-aladjev-and-michael-shishakov-and-vjacheslav-vaganov/practical-programming-in-mathematica/ebook/product-23402055.html), 2017. The package, is mostly for people who want the more deep understanding in the Mathematica programming, and particularly those the Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from the user to the programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited experience in the Mathematica programming but want to improve their possibilities in the system. The expert Mathematica programmers will probably find an useful information too. Archive with the package contains five files, namely: MathToolBox.cdf, MathToolBox.m, MathToolBox.mx, MathToolBox.nb, MathToolBox.txt. Such approach allows to satisfy the user on different operational platforms. This archive can be freely uploaded from the website https://yadi.sk/d/oC5lXLWa3PVEhi or https://yadi.sk/d/2GyQU2pQ3ZETZT.

Submitted November 10, 2018 Mathematica programming package module function published


MathToolBox

The MathToolBox is further essential development of the package of the same name and contains more than 1150 means of different purpose which eliminate restrictions of a number of standard tools of the Mathematica system or complement their alonging with expanding Mathematica software with new tools. In this context, the package can serve as a certain additional tool of procedural and functional programming, especially useful in the numerous appendices where certain nonstandard evaluations have to accompany programming. At that, tools presented in the given package have a direct relationship to certain principal questions of procedural and functional programming in the Mathematica system, not only for the decision of the applied problems, but, first of all, for creation of software extending frequently used facilities of the system and/or eliminating their defects or extending the system with new facilities. The software presented in this package contains a number of rather useful and effective receptions of programming in the Mathematica system, and extends its software that allows to programme the problems of various purpose much simply and effectively. The additional tools composing the above package embrace the next sections of the Mathematica system, namely: ■ additional tools in interactive mode of the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of expressions in the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of symbols and strings in the Mathematica ■ additional tools of processing of sequences and lists in the Mathematica ■ additional tools for computer research of cellular automata dynamics; ■ additional tools extending the standard Mathematica functions or its software as a whole (the control structures of branching and loop, etc.) ■ definition of procedures in the Mathematica software ■ definition of the user functions and pure functions in the Mathematica software ■ tools of testing of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ headings of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ formal arguments of procedures and functions ■ local variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ global variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ attributes, options and values by default for arguments of the user blocks, functions and modules; additional tools of their processing ■ some useful additional tools for processing of blocks, functions and modules ■ additional tools of the processing of internal Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of external Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of attributes of directories and datafiles ■ additional and some special tools of processing of datafiles and directories ■ additional tools of operating with packages and contexts ascribed to them ■ a set of procedures for computer research of one–dimensional cellular automata in the Mathematica system and simplification of programming of tools for solution of various problems in this field. Tools of the package are provided with usages, whereas the detailed descriptions of the tools with examples and features of their applications can be found in books "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov. Software Etudes in the Mathematica.– Amazon Digital Services LLC, ASIN: B0775YSH72, 2017" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0775YSH72) and "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov, V.A. Vaganov. Practical Programming in Mathematica.– USA: Morrisville, NC, Lulu Press, eBook (PDF)" (http://www.lulu.com/shop/victor-aladjev-and-michael-shishakov-and-vjacheslav-vaganov/practical-programming-in-mathematica/ebook/product-23402055.html), 2017. The package, is mostly for people who want the more deep understanding in the Mathematica programming, and particularly those the Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from the user to the programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited experience in the Mathematica programming but want to improve their possibilities in the system. The expert Mathematica programmers will probably find an useful information too. Archive with the package contains five files, namely: MathToolBox.cdf, MathToolBox.m, MathToolBox.mx, MathToolBox.nb, MathToolBox.txt. Such approach allows to satisfy the user on different operational platforms. This archive can be freely uploaded from the website https://yadi.sk/d/oC5lXLWa3PVEhi.

Submitted December 2, 2017 Mathematica programming package module function superseded


MathToolBox

The MathToolBox is further essential development of the package of the same name and contains more than 1140 means of different purpose which eliminate restrictions of a number of standard tools of the Mathematica system or complement their alonging with expanding Mathematica software with new tools. In this context, the package can serve as a certain additional tool of procedural and functional programming, especially useful in the numerous appendices where certain nonstandard evaluations have to accompany programming. At that, tools presented in the given package have a direct relationship to certain principal questions of procedural and functional programming in the Mathematica system, not only for the decision of the applied problems, but, first of all, for creation of software extending frequently used facilities of the system and/or eliminating their defects or extending the system with new facilities. The software presented in this package contains a number of rather useful and effective receptions of programming in the Mathematica system, and extends its software that allows to programme the problems of various purpose much simply and effectively. The additional tools composing the above package embrace the next sections of the Mathematica system, namely: ■ additional tools in interactive mode of the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of expressions in the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of symbols and strings in the Mathematica ■ additional tools of processing of sequences and lists in the Mathematica ■ additional tools for computer research of cellular automata dynamics; ■ additional tools extending the standard Mathematica functions or its software as a whole (the control structures of branching and loop, etc.) ■ definition of procedures in the Mathematica software ■ definition of the user functions and pure functions in the Mathematica software ■ tools of testing of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ headings of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ formal arguments of procedures and functions ■ local variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ global variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ attributes, options and values by default for arguments of the user blocks, functions and modules; additional tools of their processing ■ some useful additional tools for processing of blocks, functions and modules ■ additional tools of the processing of internal Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of external Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of attributes of directories and datafiles ■ additional and some special tools of processing of datafiles and directories ■ additional tools of operating with packages and contexts ascribed to them ■ a set of procedures for computer research of one–dimensional cellular automata in the Mathematica system and simplification of programming of tools for solution of various problems in this field. Tools of the package are provided with usages, whereas the detailed descriptions of the tools with examples and features of their applications can be found in books "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov. Software Etudes in the Mathematica.– Amazon Digital Services LLC, ASIN: B0775YSH72, 2017" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0775YSH72) and "V.Z. Aladjev, M.L. Shishakov, V.A. Vaganov. Practical Programming in Mathematica.– USA: Morrisville, NC, Lulu Press, eBook (PDF)" (http://www.lulu.com/shop/victor-aladjev-and-michael-shishakov-and-vjacheslav-vaganov/practical-programming-in-mathematica/ebook/product-23402055.html), 2017. The package, is mostly for people who want the more deep understanding in the Mathematica programming, and particularly those the Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from the user to the programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited experience in the Mathematica programming but want to improve their possibilities in the system. The expert Mathematica programmers will probably find an useful information too. Archive with the package contains five files, namely: MathToolBox.cdf, MathToolBox.m, MathToolBox.mx, MathToolBox.nb, MathToolBox.txt. Such approach allows to satisfy the user on different operational platforms. This archive can be freely uploaded from the website https://yadi.sk/d/oC5lXLWa3PVEhi.

Submitted November 10, 2017 Mathematica programming package module function superseded


MathToolBox

The MathToolBox package is further essential development of the AVZ_Package package and contains more than 950 means of different purpose which eliminate restrictions of a number of standard tools of the Mathematica system, and expand its software with new tools. In this context, the package can serve as a certain additional tool of procedural and functional programming, especially useful in the numerous appendices where certain nonstandard evaluations have to accompany programming. At that, tools presented in the given package have a direct relationship to certain principal questions of procedural and functional programming in the Mathematica system, not only for the decision of the applied problems, but, first of all, for creation of software extending frequently used facilities of the system and/or eliminating their defects or extending the system with new facilities. The software presented in this package contains a number of rather useful and effective receptions of programming in the Mathematica system, and extends its software that allows to programme the problems of various purpose much simply and effectively. The additional tools composing the above package embrace the next sections of the Mathematica system, namely: ■ additional tools in interactive mode of the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of expressions in the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of symbols and strings in the Mathematica ■ additional tools of processing of sequences and lists in the Mathematica ■ additional tools extending the standard Mathematica functions or its software as a whole (the control structures of branching and loop, etc.) ■ definition of procedures in the Mathematica software ■ definition of the user functions and pure functions in the Mathematica software ■ tools of testing of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ headings of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ formal arguments of procedures and functions ■ local variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ global variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ attributes, options and values by default for arguments of the user blocks, functions and modules; additional tools of their processing ■ some useful additional tools for processing of blocks, functions and modules ■ additional tools of the processing of internal Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of external Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of attributes of directories and datafiles ■ additional and some special tools of processing of datafiles and directories ■ additional tools of operating with packages and contexts ascribed to them ■ a set of procedures for computer research of one–dimensional cellular automata in the Mathematica system and simplification of programming of tools for solution of various problems in this field. Tools of the package are provided with usages, whereas the detailed descriptions of the tools with examples and features of their applications can be found in books "V.Z. Aladjev, V.K. Boiko, M.L. Shishakov. Art of the programming in the Mathematica software.– Amazon Digital Services LLC, ASIN: B01NBO7GVV, 2016" (https://www.amazon.com/programming-Mathematica-software-Victor-Aladjev-ebook/dp/B01NBO7GVV/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1484231702&sr=1-1&keywords=Aladjev) and "V.Z. Aladjev, V.K. Boiko, M.L. Shishakov. Art of the Programming in the Mathematica System.– USA: Morrisville, NC, Lulu Press, eBook (PDF)" (http://www.lulu.com/shop/victor-aladjev-and-valery-boiko-and-michael-shishakov/art-of-programming-in-the-mathematica-software/ebook/product-23024991.html), 2017. The package, is mostly for people who want the more deep understanding in the Mathematica programming, and particularly those the Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from the user to the programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited experience in the Mathematica programming but want to improve their possibilities in the system. The expert Mathematica programmers will probably find an useful information too. Archive with the package contains 5 datafiles, namely: MathToolBox.cdf, MathToolBox.m, MathToolBox.mx, MathToolBox.nb, MathToolBox.txt. Such approach allows to satisfy the user on different operational platforms. The links https://yadi.sk/d/RnZfJhKp3EFvot and https://yadi.sk/d/ajySawaO3EFvxZ contain addresses of downloads with the latest version of the MathToolBox package.

Submitted February 20, 2017 Mathematica programming package module function superseded


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Submitted February 19, 2017 rejected


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Basic package address download will be changed along with content updates

Submitted February 19, 2017 rejected


MathToolBox

The MathToolBox package is further essential development of the AVZ_Package package and contains more than 930 means of different purpose which eliminate restrictions of a number of standard tools of the Mathematica system, and expand its software with new tools. In this context, the package can serve as a certain additional tool of procedural and functional programming, especially useful in the numerous appendices where certain nonstandard evaluations have to accompany programming. At that, tools presented in the given package have a direct relationship to certain principal questions of procedural and functional programming in the Mathematica system, not only for the decision of the applied problems, but, first of all, for creation of software extending frequently used facilities of the system and/or eliminating their defects or extending the system with new facilities. The software presented in this package contains a number of rather useful and effective receptions of programming in the Mathematica system, and extends its software that allows to programme the problems of various purpose much simply and effectively. The additional tools composing the above package embrace the next sections of the Mathematica system, namely: ■ additional tools in interactive mode of the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of expressions in the Mathematica system ■ additional tools of processing of symbols and strings in the Mathematica ■ additional tools of processing of sequences and lists in the Mathematica ■ additional tools extending the standard Mathematica functions or its software as a whole (the control structures of branching and loop, etc.) ■ definition of procedures in the Mathematica software ■ definition of the user functions and pure functions in the Mathematica software ■ tools of testing of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ headings of procedures and functions in the Mathematica software ■ formal arguments of procedures and functions ■ local variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ global variables of modules and blocks; tools of their processing ■ attributes, options and values by default for arguments of the user blocks, functions and modules; additional tools of their processing ■ some useful additional tools for processing of blocks, functions and modules ■ additional tools of the processing of internal Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of external Mathematica datafiles ■ additional tools of the processing of attributes of directories and datafiles ■ additional and some special tools of processing of datafiles and directories ■ additional tools of operating with packages and contexts ascribed to them ■ a set of procedures for computer research of one–dimensional cellular automata in the Mathematica system and simplification of programming of tools for solution of various problems in this field. Tools of the package are provided with usages, whereas the detailed descriptions of the tools with examples and features of their applications can be found in books "V.Z. Aladjev, V.K. Boiko, M.L. Shishakov. Art of the programming in the Mathematica software.– Amazon Digital Services LLC, ASIN: B01NBO7GVV, 2016" (https://www.amazon.com/programming-Mathematica-software-Victor-Aladjev-ebook/dp/B01NBO7GVV/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1484231702&sr=1-1&keywords=Aladjev) and "V.Z. Aladjev, V.K. Boiko, M.L. Shishakov. Art of the Programming in the Mathematica System.– USA: Raleigh, NC, Lulu Press, eBook (PDF)" (http://www.lulu.com/shop/victor-aladjev-and-valery-boiko-and-michael-shishakov/art-of-programming-in-the-mathematica-software/ebook/product-23024991.html), 2017. The package, is mostly for people who want the more deep understanding in the Mathematica programming, and particularly those the Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from the user to the programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited experience in the Mathematica programming but want to improve their possibilities in the system. The expert Mathematica programmers will probably find an useful information too. Archive with the package contains 5 datafiles, namely: MathToolBox.cdf, MathToolBox.m, MathToolBox.mx, MathToolBox.nb, MathToolBox.txt. Such approach allows to satisfy the user on different operational platforms. The websites https://yadi.sk/d/uJkprMYh389nsT and https://yadi.sk/d/nP3BOf5L389oKr are mirrors for the basic website.

Submitted January 12, 2017 Mathematica programming package module function superseded