KSEG is a program for exploring Euclidean geometry, similar to Geometer’s Sketchpad. It features points, lines, transformations, measurements, calculations, simple editable recursive Constructions (similar to macros), adaptively sampled loci, and selection groups. Several languages are supported. KSEG is very fast, stable, and has an efficient and consistent UI. It uses Qt and does not require KDE. (Source: http://freecode.com/)
References in zbMATH (referenced in 4 articles )
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- Su, Wei; Wang, Paul S.; Cai, Chuan; Li, Lian: A touch-operation-based dynamic geometry system: design and implementation (2014)
- Hamada, Tatsuyoshi: Warm-up drills and tips for mathematical software (2013)
- Hibi, Takayuki (ed.): Gröbner bases. Statistics and software systems. Transl. from the Japanese (2013)
- Baran, Ilya; Demaine, Erik D.: Optimal adaptive algorithms for finding the nearest and farthest point on a parametric black-box curve (2005)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.mit.edu/~ibaran/index.html