Schoonschip '91

Martinus J. G. Veltman and David N. Williams

June 3, 1993

Randall Laboratory of Physics
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1120

Abstract: The symbolic manipulation program Schoonschip is being made freely available for a number of computers with Motorola 680x0 cpu's. It can run on machines with relatively modest memory and disk resources, and is designed to run as fast as possible given the host constraints. Memory and disk utilization can be adapted to tune performance. Recently added capabilities include a system for efficient generation of diagrams, gamma algebra for continuous dimensions, algorithmic improvements for handling large problems, and an increase in the allowed number of X expressions.

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