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CASA (Computer Algebra Software for constructive Algebraic geometry) is a package for facilitating computations in constructive algebraic geometry written in Maple. By a computer algebra system we mean CASA only use the kernel of Maple language, meanwhile the system works on its own algorithms for symbolic computations in an optimistic manner. In particular for Groebner basis computation, solving systems of algebraic equations, computations over algebraic extension fields, multivariate resultants, etc. The objects that CASA deals with are algebraic sets in four different representations.

Current Version:   2.3

License Type:   GPL

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It can be used on any type of operating system where Maple V Release 3 is running.

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