The ISC is the Inverse Symbolic Calculator, a set of programs and specialized tables of mathematical constants dedicated to the identification of real numbers. It also serves as a way to produce identities with functions and real numbers. It is one of the main ongoing projects at the Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM).
A more recent program serving the same purpose is at our RevEng site, but we have retained this page to demonstrate the older approach.
Unfortunately some of the related services that were on this page are
no longer functional.
Others have been moved and we are in the process of updating our links. ...So stay tuned!
If you are particularly interested in the number Pi try these
Pi Pages , or
A brief description of what the ISC does
IT A TRY
Punch in a number and we will find of what it is made of.
A list of other sites dealing with constants
Find out more about the creation of the ISC
A list of the resources used to construct the ISC