A. F. Timofeev's 1948 book Integration of Functions includes numerous indefinite integration problems involving a wide variety of rational, algebraic and elementary function integrands. This chart summarizes the performance of Rubi and several computer algebra systems on these problems.
The following table shows the total score given each of the systems for the problems in each of the 9 chapters of Timofeev's book:
|Chapter||Perfect score||Rubi 4.8||Mathematica 10||Maple 18||Maxima 5.28||Derive 6.1|
Each result produced by the various systems is assigned a numeric grade based on a comparison with the optimal antiderivative as follows:
So a perfect score on the Timofeev Test Suite would be a 1410. Note that simplification of results using functions and/or domain restrictions on variables was not done. In other words, the comparisons are based on the results a novice user would see.
To view the score given each of the systems for each of the problems in a chapter of Timofeev's book, click on a chapter number:
The raw test results generated by running Rubi, Mathematica and Maple on the Timofeev Test Suite are available for viewing or downloading by clicking on the Test Results menu option on the Rubi homepage.