
GAP
 Referenced in 2702 articles
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 GAP is a system for computational discrete algebra, with particular emphasis on Computational Group Theory ... GAP provides a programming language, a library of thousands of functions implementing algebraic algorithms written ... GAP language as well as large data libraries of algebraic objects. See also the overview ... description of the mathematical capabilities. GAP is used in research and teaching for studying groups...

SDPT3
 Referenced in 592 articles
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 least 10−6 in relative duality gap and infeasibilities...

PSIBLAST
 Referenced in 217 articles
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 Gapped BLAST and PSIBLAST: a new generation of protein database search programs. The BLAST ... combined with a new heuristic for generating gapped alignments, yields a gapped BLAST program that ... approximately the same speed per iteration as gapped BLAST, but in many cases is much...

CHEVIE
 Referenced in 210 articles
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 based on the computer algebra systems GAP, and MAPLE. Computer algebra system...

numericalsgps
 Referenced in 103 articles
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 GAP package numericalsgps. After short introductions to the computer algebra system GAP and to numerical ... brief description of the package numericalsgps, a GAP package designed to work with numerical semigroups...

Isar
 Referenced in 138 articles
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 documents sets out to bridge the semantic gap between internal notions of proof given...

ClustalW
 Referenced in 127 articles
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 sequence alignment through sequence weighting, positionspecific gap penalties and weight matrix choice...

GRAPE
 Referenced in 82 articles
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 GRAPE is a GAP package for computing with graphs and groups, and is primarily designed ... GRAPE functions are written entirely in the GAP language, except for the automorphism group...

GAP Character Table Library
 Referenced in 45 articles
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 GAP Character Table Library. The usefulness of GAP for character theoretic tasks depends ... character tables in the GAP table library. Of course, this library is ”open...

NumericalSemigroupsWithGenus
 Referenced in 45 articles
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 GAPManual: 5.2 Constructing the set of all numerical semigroups containing a given numerical semigroup ... This is achieved by constructing the special gaps of the semigroup, and then adding each...

CARAT
 Referenced in 43 articles
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 most other packages for computer algebra, like GAP. If you would like such a user ... interface, the current version of GAP comes with an interface to CARAT, which enables...

LOOPS
 Referenced in 37 articles
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 GAP package loops. The LOOPS package provides researchers in nonassociative algebra with a computational tool ... loops and grouptheoretical algorithms of GAP. The package also expands GAP toward nonassociative structures...

MediaBench
 Referenced in 33 articles
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 these applications. Unfortunately, there currently exists a gap between the compiler community and embedded applications ... that has been designed to fill this gap. This suite has been constructed through...

STAMP
 Referenced in 42 articles
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 geography, meteorology and engineering. STAMP bridges the gap between the theory and its application; providing...

CTblLib
 Referenced in 25 articles
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 GAP package CTblLib: The GAP Character Table Library. The package contains the GAP Character Table...

WebGraph
 Referenced in 40 articles
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 Algorithms for compressing web graphs that exploit gap compression and referentiation (à la LINK), intervalisation...

HAP
 Referenced in 37 articles
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 homological algebra library for use with the GAP computer algebra system, and is still under...

Semigroups
 Referenced in 25 articles
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 Semigroups package is a GAP package containing methods for semigroups, monoids, and inverse semigroups, principally ... efficient methods than those available in the GAP library (and in many cases more efficient...

CMQV+
 Referenced in 35 articles
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 However, CMQV enjoys the security proof under gap DiffieHellman assumption as indicated...