The SAC-1 system: An introduction and survey

@inproceedings{Collins1971TheSS,
  title={The SAC-1 system: An introduction and survey},
  author={G. Collins},
  booktitle={SYMSAC '71},
  year={1971}
}
  • G. Collins
  • Published in SYMSAC '71 1971
  • Computer Science
  • SAC-1 is a program system for performing operations on multivariate polynomials and rational functions with infinite-precision coefficients. It is programmed, with the exception of a few simple primitives, in ASA Fortran. As a result the system is extremely accessible, portable, easy to learn, and indeed has been implemented at more than 20 institutions. The SAC-1 system's range of programmed capabilities is exceptionally broad, including, besides the usual operations, polynomial greatest… CONTINUE READING
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