SHEEP
Sheep is a computer algebra system for handling calculations of the components of tensors. Its main use has been in general relativity, but it has also been used in both solid and fluid mechanics. It was based on the Lisp Algebraic Manipulator LAM (whence the name Sheep) written by R.A. d’Inverno in the late 1960s. Sheep was written largely by Inge Frick of Stockholm (after information about LAM had been brought to Sweden by Ian Cohen who had worked with d’Inverno in London), and the first version was announced in 1977. This version was written in the assembly language MACRO-10 for DEC-10 computers.
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- Allen, S.; Fee, G. J.; Kachura, A. T.; Letniowski, F. W.; McLenaghan, R. G.: Comparison of algorithms for the symbolic computation of the NP spin coefficients and curvature components (1994)
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