Computer Algebra Algorithms and Parallel Computing

Department of Mathematics




Computer Algebra Algorithms and Parallel Computing


Research - Groups


Computer Algebra Algorithms and Parallel Computing

T. Wolf is a leader in parallelized symbolic solution of over-determined systems of equations and their applications to classification problems such as integrable Hamiltonians of different types, systems of evolutionary PDEs for scalars, vectors and mixed type, and supersymmetric evolutionary PDE-systems.

Representative publications

  1. T. Wolf, “Applications of CRACK in the Classification of Integrable Systems”, to appear in Lecture Notes of the CRM (2002).
  2. T. Wolf, “The integration of systems of linear PDEs using conservation laws of syzygies”, J. of Symb. Comp. 35, no 5 (2003) 499-526.