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Manual Reference Pages  -  ASIR (1)

NAME

asir - A general computer algebra system

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Use
Manuals
Files
Primary Ftp Site
Mails
Author
See Also
Copying

SYNOPSIS

asir

DESCRIPTION

The system Risa/Asir is a general computer algebra system. It performs
arithmetics in various rings and fields,
  factorization, and Groebner basis computations.
It can call outer modules complient to the OpenXM protocols. The asir user language is like C.

USE

quit; quit asir
load( abc.rr );
  Load the file "abc.rr".
help( fctr );
  Show a help message for the function "fctr".

MANUALS

An HTML documentation is available at
http://www.math.kobe-u.ac.jp/Asir/asir.html
and at
/usr/local/OpenXM/doc/asir

FILES

asir main executable, ox_asir asir server complient to the OpenXM protocol. lib/asir library files

PRIMARY FTP SITE

The most recent source distribution from Kobe University can be found at
http://www.math.kobe-u.ac.jp/Asir/asir.html

As to the OpenXM protocols, see OpenXM home page,

http://www.math.sci.kobe-u.ac.jp/OpenXM
or
http://www.openxm.org/kan

Mails

Questions, comments and bug reports should be sent to noro@math.kobe-u.ac.jp Fixes are welcome too !

AUTHOR

Risa/Asir was originally developed at Fujitsu Research Laboratory. This distribution (Kobe distribution) is patched and maintained by OpenXM committers.

SEE ALSO

sm1(1), M2(Macaulay2)(1), maple(1), mathematica(1), openxm(1).

COPYING

Fujitsu Research Laboratory holds the copyright of Risa/Asir. See the COPYRIGHT file in the source distribution.

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