The TERA Project has, apart from the purely mathematical component of investigating the computational complexity of algorithms dealing with diophantine approximation, also a practical task: - mathematical reasoning and development of new algorithms using the 'straight--line program' data structure - experimental implementation of the new algorithms, and linked with this - improvement of experimental knowledge about the relevant aspects of the new algorithms for a professional implementation of the various parts which will eventually form a prototype for the main algorithm for zero-dimensional symbolic polynomial system solving.
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slp was written by K. Hägele to allow fellow researchers a quick and convenient method for starting their first own experiments developing algorithms based on straight--line program datastructures. The main effort was to obtain a (near) intutive way of writing new algorithms, trying to minimize the (initial) programming knowledge requirements to encourage more researchers to start experimental work. slp is a C++ class library using LEDA to implement some of the basic functionality of straight--line programs.
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pnoether was written by M.Giusti, G.Lecerf, J.Marchand, B.Salvy at Ecole Polytechnique, Paris. [ftp Paris Homesite] [email]
It has been written by G.Lecerf at Ecole polytechnique, Paris.
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