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GiANT: Graphical Algebraic Number Theory

Aneesh KarveSebastian Pauli — 2006

Journal de Théorie des Nombres de Bordeaux

While most algebra is done by writing text and formulas, diagrams have always been used to present structural information clearly and concisely. Text shells are the interface for computational algebraic number theory, but they are incapable of presenting structural information graphically. We present GiANT, a newly developed graphical interface for working with number fields. GiANT offers interactive diagrams, drag-and-drop functionality, and typeset formulas.

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