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Iterating Binary Inverse Transducers

Klaus Sutner explains his work on iterating binary inverse transducers in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.

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Todd Gayley and Joel Klein
Today's system builder expects tools to play together and to deploy applications easily. In this recorded presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, you will understand how and when to use new Mathematica 8 features for C language integration.
Chris Carlson
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Stephen Wolfram
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Stephen Wolfram
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Stephen Wolfram
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Stephen Wolfram
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Luc Barthelet
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Luc Barthelet
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Jan Brugård
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Klaus Sutner
Klaus Sutner explains his work on iterating binary inverse transducers in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Seth Chandler
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Scott Gray
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Lou D'Andria
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Bruce Torrence
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Roger Germundsson, John Fultz, and Tom Wickham-Jones
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Theodore Gray
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Todd Gayley
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Robert Yerex
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Filip Švrček
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Nikki Johnson
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