U.S. operations for the makers of Mathematica, a fully integrated technical computing software package. Includes online ordering and other information. [Description from dmoz]
Wolfram Research believes that math doesn't have to be a scary proposition fraught with peril. The company develops mathematical software for engineers, financial analysts, researchers, and students. The company, part of the Wolfram Group, was founded by Stephen Wolfram in 1987. Wolfram's Mathematica suite was first released in 1988 and has gone through five major releases. The company also offers webMathematica, for doing interactive calculations through a Web browser, and gridMathematica, for running the Mathematica software on computer clusters. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 176K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads Washington Post, uses PayPal, and shops at Home Depot.
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