This is the user’s guide to the FORTRAN software package Goliath. Given a large, sparse, possibly rank-deficient, linear system with rational coefficients, Goliath provides the following information based on exact arithmetic: row dependencies, rank of the matrix, basis of the null space, and solution of linear systems.
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