GiNaC is a C++ library. It is designed to allow the creation of integrated systems that embed symbolic manipulations together with more established areas of computer science (like computation- intense numeric applications, graphical interfaces, etc.) under one roof. It is distributed under the terms and conditions of the GNU general public license (GPL). GiNaC is an iterated and recursive acronym for GiNaC is Not a CAS, where CAS stands for Computer Algebra System. It has been specifically developed to become a replacement engine for xloops which is up to now powered by the Maple CAS. However, it is not restricted to high energy physics applications. Its design is revolutionary in a sense that contrary to other CAS it does not try to provide extensive algebraic capabilities and a simple programming language but instead accepts a given language (C++) and extends it by a set of algebraic capabilities. Perplexed? Feel free to read this paper which describes the philosophy behind GiNaC in more detail. It also addresses some design principles and questions of efficiency, although some implementation details have changed since it was written.

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  1. Fučík, Radek; Straka, Robert: Equivalent finite difference and partial differential equations for the lattice Boltzmann method (2021)
  2. Bargheer, Till; Chestnov, Vsevolod; Schomerus, Volker: The multi-Regge limit from the Wilson loop OPE (2020)
  3. Bourjaily, Jacob L.; McLeod, Andrew J.; Vergu, Cristian; Volk, Matthias; von Hippel, Matt; Wilhelm, Matthias: Rooting out letters: octagonal symbol alphabets and algebraic number theory (2020)
  4. Caron-Huot, Simon; Chicherin, Dmitry; Henn, Johannes; Zhang, Yang; Zoia, Simone: Multi-Regge limit of the two-loop five-point amplitudes in (\mathcalN= 4) super Yang-Mills and (\mathcalN= 8) supergravity (2020)
  5. Chicherin, D.; Sotnikov, V.: Pentagon functions for scattering of five massless particles (2020)
  6. L. Naterop, A. Signer, Y. Ulrich: handyG - Rapid numerical evaluation of generalised polylogarithms in Fortran (2020) not zbMATH
  7. Roman N. Lee: Libra: a package for transformation of differential systems for multiloop integrals (2020) arXiv
  8. Saito, Asaki; Tamura, Jun-Ichi; Yasutomi, Shin-Ichi: Multidimensional (p)-adic continued fraction algorithms (2020)
  9. Cauchi, Nathalie; Abate, Alessandro: Poster abstract: StocHy -- automated verification and synthesis of stochastic processes. (2019)
  10. Claude Duhr, Falko Dulat: PolyLogTools - Polylogs for the masses (2019) arXiv
  11. Kisil, Vladimir V.: Möbius-Lie geometry and its extension (2019)
  12. von Manteuffel, Andreas; Schabinger, Robert M.: Planar master integrals for four-loop form factors (2019)
  13. Bianchi, Marco S.; Leoni, Matias: A (QQ \toQQ) planar double box in canonical form (2018)
  14. Borowka, Sophia; Gehrmann, Thomas; Hulme, Daniel: Systematic approximation of multi-scale Feynman integrals (2018)
  15. Del Duca, Vittorio; Druc, Stefan; Drummond, James; Duhr, Claude; Dulat, Falko; Marzucca, Robin; Papathanasiou, Georgios; Verbeek, Bram: The seven-gluon amplitude in multi-Regge kinematics beyond leading logarithmic accuracy (2018)
  16. Gehrmann, T.; Henn, J. M.; Lo Presti, N. A.: Pentagon functions for massless planar scattering amplitudes (2018)
  17. Kisil, Vladimir V.: An extension of Möbius-Lie geometry with conformal ensembles of cycles and its implementation in a GiNaC library (2018)
  18. Kremer, Gereon; Ábrahám, Erika: Modular strategic SMT solving with \textbfSMT-RAT (2018)
  19. Lee, Roman N.; Smirnov, Alexander V.; Smirnov, Vladimir A.: Evaluating `elliptic’ master integrals at special kinematic values: using differential equations and their solutions via expansions near singular points (2018)
  20. Lee, Roman N.; Smirnov, Alexander V.; Smirnov, Vladimir A.: Solving differential equations for Feynman integrals by expansions near singular points (2018)

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