December 4, 2002: Windows batch files for building
Sum^it and its test suite
can be found
here.
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What is Sum^it?

Sum^it is a computer algebra library designed to provide reusable and efficient
implementations of algorithms for manipulating and solving
linear ordinary differential and difference equations and systems.
Built as an extension of the
Algebra
library, it provides
Aldor
programmers with a extensible
computer algebra layer with many low--level functions for handling
skew--polynomials and their related skew--linear systems.
A more detailed description of Sum^it can be found in:
M. Bronstein,
``
SUM-IT: A strongly-typed embeddable computer algebra library '', Proceedings
of DISCO'96, Karlsruhe, Springer LNCS 1128, 1996.

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What is the current version?

The current distributed version is 1.0.1, released August 4, 2002.

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How do I get and install Sum^it?

Click
here
to download Sum^it.

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The Sum^it user guide and reference manual

The Sum^it documentation delivered
with the library is in pdf format. You can also download a
dvi
version, or a
postcript
version specially formatted for printing,
or the complete
html
version.
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Can I use Sum^it without an Aldor compiler?

No, but you can use the Sum^it servers bernina
or shasta,
which provide interactive interfaces to selected functionalities of
Sum^it for linear differential and difference equations respectively.
Please report problems or bugs about
Sum^it
to sumit@sophia.inria.fr.

*Last update: 4 December 2002*