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Topic: pari - state of the art?
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Helmut Richter

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pari - state of the art?
Posted: Aug 13, 2001 9:20 AM
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I am looking for a general-purpose toolkit to do calculations with
large integers and also in similar algebraic structures. Several years
ago I heard about "pari", which, according to what I read about it,
seems to meet my expectations. Now my question to this group: is
"pari" still one of the favourite tools of the number-theoretic guild,
or has another tool emerged and is now considered better (easier to
use, more the state of the art, or whatever)?

Helmut Richter







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