Dear Gap Forum,
the following exercises, programs, functions and utilities were sent to
us and made available on our ftp server "ftp.math.rwth-aachen.de"
(18.104.22.168). We emphasise once more that they are made available
as sent without *any* warranty from us. Please mail any questions to the
respective originators whose email addresses are given below.
Further such submissions are welcome, best wishes
Frank Celler and Joachim Neubueser
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- unsorted Galway exercises, email <Gap-Trouble@Math.RWTH-Aachen.DE>
- exercises from Peter Webb <email@example.com>
- for representing elements of a permutation group in terms of its
- written by Philip Osterlund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- GAP manual in HMTL format
- WeylMod.g is a small collection of routines that work with
representations of simple complex Lie algebras. It provides the
- (1) definitions of Killing form for all finite simple Lie algebras,
and all affine Lie algebras (Kak-Moody algebras) -- both direct and
- (2) Weyl's equation for the dimension of a representation given its
- (3) Freudenthal's recursive algorithm to generate all weights and
multiplicities of a representation given its highest weight.
- written by Jacob Hirbawi <JcbHrb@CERF.net>
- This file contains a couple of GAP (version 3.3) functions that
help in the following situation:
Input: G a finitely presented group, H a homomorphic image of G and U
a subgroup of H.
Output: The abelian invariants of the complete preimage of U in G.
- written by Werner Nickel <Werner.Nickel@math.rwth-aachen.de>
- GAP manual to EMACS info format translator
- written by Steve Fisk <email@example.com>
- GAP to Mathematica, Mathematica to GAP translator
- written by Sebastian Egner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Version 0.99 of GUAVA: a coding theory extension for GAP
- written by Erik Roijackers, Jasper Cramwinckel, Reinald Baart
- stamp.g -- Routines for computing in very large permutation groups
- written by Steve Linton <email@example.com>
- functions for semi groups
- semigroup.doc is at present still missing, but promised to be sent
- written by Marcel Widi,
email Tim Boykett <firstname.lastname@example.org>