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 in the GAP language as well as large data libraries of algebraic objects. See also the overview and the description of the mathematical capabilities. GAP is used in research and teaching for studying groups and their representations, rings, vector spaces, algebras, combinatorial structures, and more. The system, including source, is distributed freely. You can study and easily modify or extend it for your special use. Computer algebra system (CAS).

This software is also referenced in ORMS.

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  1. Abas, Marcel; Vetrík, Tomáš: Metric dimension of Cayley digraphs of split metacyclic groups (2020)
  2. Abdollahi, Alireza; Jafari, Fatemeh: Cardinality of product sets in torsion-free groups and applications in group algebras (2020)
  3. Abdollahi, Alireza; Rahmani, Nafiseh: Automorphism groups of 2-groups of coclass at most 3 (2020)
  4. Aivazidis, Stefanos; Müller, Thomas: Finite non-cyclic (p)-groups whose number of subgroups is minimal (2020)
  5. Alavi, Seyed Hassan: Flag-transitive block designs and finite simple exceptional groups of Lie type (2020)
  6. Alavi, Seyed Hassan; Bayat, Mohsen; Choulaki, Jalal; Daneshkhah, Ashraf: Flag-transitive block designs with prime replication number and almost simple groups (2020)
  7. Almeida, Jorge; Costa, Alfredo; Kyriakoglou, Revekka; Perrin, Dominique: On the group of a rational maximal bifix code (2020)
  8. Altmann, Anna; Awtrey, Chad; Cryan, Sam; Shannon, Kiley; Touchette, Madeleine: Galois groups of doubly even octic polynomials (2020)
  9. Anas Hahn, Marvin: Bi-pruned Hurwitz numbers (2020)
  10. Angiono, Iván; Sanmarco, Guillermo: Pointed Hopf algebras over non abelian groups with decomposable braidings. I. (2020)
  11. Bacher, Axel; Kauers, Manuel; Yatchak, Rika: Continued classification of 3D lattice models in the positive octant (2020)
  12. Bächle, Andreas; Kimmerle, Wolfgang; Serrano, Mariano: On the first Zassenhaus conjecture and direct products (2020)
  13. Bächle, Andreas; Sambale, Benjamin: Orders generated by character values (2020)
  14. Bailey, Robert F.; Hawtin, Daniel R.: On the 486-vertex distance-regular graphs of Koolen-Riebeek and Soicher (2020)
  15. Bajpai, Jitendra; Singh, Sandip; Thomson, Scott: Commensurability and arithmetic equivalence for orthogonal hypergeometric monodromy groups (2020)
  16. Bardakov, Valeriy G.; Neshchadim, Mikhail V.; Yadav, Manoj K.: Computing skew left braces of small orders (2020)
  17. Bartolo, Enrique Artal; Guerville-Ballé, Benoît; Viu-Sos, Juan: Fundamental groups of real arrangements and torsion in the lower central series quotients (2020)
  18. Basheer, Ayoub B. M.; Seretlo, Thekiso: The ((p, q, r))-generations of the alternating group (A_10) (2020)
  19. Bastos, Raimundo; Lima, Igor; Rogério, José R.: Maximal covers of finite groups (2020)
  20. Bastos, R.; de Melo, E.; Gonçalves, N.; Nunes, R.: Non-abelian tensor square and related constructions of (p)-groups (2020)

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