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Russian Wolfram Technology Conference 2013: Presenter Vitaliy Kaurov

Wolfram technologies are versatile and can be used in education, research, government, commercial organizations, and other areas. Vitaliy Kaurov shares how Wolfram technologies work together, helping you achieve results in your work more effectively.

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