GAP

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.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 2948 articles , 3 standard articles )

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  1. Caranti, A.: Presenting the graded Lie algebra associated to the Nottingham group (1997)
  2. Caranti, A.; Mattarei, S.; Newman, M. F.: Graded Lie algebras of maximal class (1997)
  3. Cohen, A. M.; de Graaf, W. A.; Rónyai, L.: Computations in finite-dimensional Lie algebras (1997)
  4. Cooperman, Gene: GAP/MPI: Facilitating parallelism (1997)
  5. Cooperman, Gene; Hiss, Gerhard; Lux, Klaus; Müller, Jürgen: The Brauer tree of the principal (19)-block of the sporadic simple Thompson group. (1997)
  6. Cutolo, G.; Khukhro, E. I.; Lennox, J. C.; Wiegold, J.; Rinauro, S.; Smith, H.: Finite core-(p) (p)-groups (1997)
  7. Darafsheh, M. R.; Mostaghim, Z.: Computation of the complex characters of the group (\Aut(\textGL_7(2))) (1997)
  8. Dixon, John D.: Groups with a Cayley graph isomorphic to a hypercube (1997)
  9. Dovermann, Karl Heinz; Herzog, Marcel: Gap conditions for representations of symmetric groups (1997)
  10. Edjvet, Martin; Thomas, Richard M.: The groups ((l,m\midn,k)) (1997)
  11. Egner, Sebastian; Püschel, Markus; Beth, Thomas: Decomposing a permutation into a conjugated tensor product (1997)
  12. Eick, Bettina; Gähler, Franz; Nickel, Werner: Computing maximal subgroups and Wyckoff positions of space groups. (1997)
  13. Ganief, Shahiem; Moori, Jamshid: ((p,q,r))-generations and (nX)-complementary generations of the sporadic groups (HS) and (McL) (1997)
  14. Ganief, Shahiem; Moori, Jamshid: ((p,q,r))-generations of the smallest Conway group (Co_ 3) (1997)
  15. Geck, Meinolf; Kim, Sungsoon: Bases for the Bruhat-Chevalley order on all finite Coxeter groups (1997)
  16. Gollan, Holger W.; Michler, Gerhard O.: Construction of a (45,694)-dimensional simple module of Lyons’ sporadic group over (\textGF(2)) (1997)
  17. Gyuris, Viktor: A short proof of representability of fork algebras (1997)
  18. Hiss, Gerhard: Decomposition matrices of the Chevalley group (F_ 4(2)) and its covering group (1997)
  19. Kemper, G.; Malle, G.: The finite irreducible linear groups with polynomial ring of invariants (1997)
  20. Kościelny, Czesław: Computing in (GF(2^m)) using GAP (1997)

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