• AGD

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  • AGD-Library: A Library of Algorithms for Graph...
  • CoCoA

  • Referenced in 517 articles [sw00143]
  • CoCoA is a system for Computations in Commutative...
  • COMPAS

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw00147]
  • In this paper we describe COMPAS -- the open...
  • Expokit

  • Referenced in 115 articles [sw00258]
  • Expokit provides a set of routines aimed at...
  • GAP

  • Referenced in 2039 articles [sw00320]
  • GAP is a system for computational discrete algebra...
  • GeM

  • Referenced in 53 articles [sw00332]
  • We present a recently developed Maple-based “GeM...
  • Macaulay2

  • Referenced in 1100 articles [sw00537]
  • Macaulay2 is a software system devoted to supporting...
  • Magma

  • Referenced in 1941 articles [sw00540]
  • Computer algebra system (CAS). Magma is a large...
  • Maple

  • Referenced in 4079 articles [sw00545]
  • The result of over 30 years of cutting...
  • MATCONT

  • Referenced in 205 articles [sw00551]
  • MATCONT: Matlab software for bifurcation study of dynamical...
  • Mathematica

  • Referenced in 4414 articles [sw00554]
  • Almost any workflow involves computing results, and that...
  • MathLie

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw00555]
  • MathLie a computer algebra program for symmetry analysis...
  • Matlab

  • Referenced in 7562 articles [sw00558]
  • MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive...
  • PARI/GP

  • Referenced in 375 articles [sw00680]
  • PARI/GP is a widely used Computer Algebra System...
  • REDUCE

  • Referenced in 678 articles [sw00789]
  • REDUCE is an interactive system for general algebraic...
  • SageMath

  • Referenced in 955 articles [sw00825]
  • Sage (SageMath) is free, open-source math software...
  • SINGULAR

  • Referenced in 1019 articles [sw00866]
  • SINGULAR is a Computer Algebra system (CAS) for...
  • SymPy

  • Referenced in 31 articles [sw00940]
  • SymPy is a Python library for symbolic mathematics...
  • WAPR

  • Referenced in 9 articles [sw01011]
  • We implement the $W$-function approximation scheme described...