1988- Mathematica

Mathematica_2_logo-11261Mathematica was created by Steven Wolfram, a British scientist. It was a symbolic mathematical programming language used in mathematical, scientific, academic and engineering fields. the visionary concept of Mathematica was to create once and for all a single system that could handle all the various aspects of technical computing–and beyond–in a coherent and unified way. The key intellectual advance that made this possible was the invention of a new kind of symbolic computer language that could, for the first time, manipulate the very wide range of objects needed to achieve the generality required for technical computing, using only a fairly small number of basic primitives.

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1988

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