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Boisvert, R.F., A Web Gateway to a Virtual Mathematical Software Repository, Electronic Proceedings of the Second International World Wide Web Conference, 1994. [PostScript version]
Ronald F. Boisvert, Shirley Browne, Jack Dongarra, and Eric Grosse, Digital Software and Data Repositories for Support of Scientific Computing, in Advances in Digital Libraries, Springer-Verlag, NY, 1995, pp. 61-72. [PostScript version]
Ronald F. Boisvert and Bruce Miller, Enhancing Interactivity of Software and Data Repositories with Java, in Proceedings of the 15th IMACS World Congress on Scientific Computation, Modelling and Applied Mathematics, Volume 4: Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, A. Sydow, Ed., Wissenshaft & Technik Verlag, Berlin, August 1997, pp. 767-772. [Gzipped PostScript, 63 Kb]
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