People developing SymbolicData

People that contributed to SymbolicData

The project was set up as a Free Software Project and lives from the efforts and contributions of all interested parties.

It started with some discussions in the Benchmark section of the ISSAC'98 conference in Rostock. The first lines of code were programmed during a visit of O. Bachmann and H. Schönemann at the Univ. Leipzig in March 1999. The main ideas and concepts of release 0.4 (March 2001) got their final shape during 1999 - 2000. The tools were mainly implemented by O. Bachmann and H.-G. Gräbe.

O. Bachmann left the Project Group at the end of 2000 for a new job. Good luck !

See the section About for a more detailed overview of motivation, the main ideas, the history and current state of the SymbolicData Project.

The following table acknowledges the contributions of different people to the project.

Name Location Contribution Status
Hans-Gert Graebe Univ. Leipzig, Germany Perl tools: basic modules, Meta, BIB, References, Syntax, SQL, GEO
joined: 3/1999
Hans Schoenemann Univ. Kaiserslautern, Germany Perl tools: Compute, Adaption of GNU time unknown
Jean-Charles Faugere Univ. Paris VI, France Data: INTPS unknown
Michael Dengel Univ. Kaiserslautern, Germany Perl tools: Html presentation, frames and JavaScript joined: 10/1999
left: 9/2000
Olaf Bachmann Univ. Kaiserslautern, Germany Perl tools: basic modules, Data, Record, INTPS, Html, Compute environment
Data: BIB, INTPS, Benchmark runs
joined: 3/1999
left: 12/2000
Moritz Wenk Univ. Kaiserslautern, Germany to be fixed unknown
Malte Witte Univ. Leipzig, Germany Data: GEO/Chou joined: 3/2000
left: 3/2001

We partly used material earlier compiled by Ralf Hemmecke (Univ. Leipzig, now RISC Linz).

The project is currently maintained by Hans-Gert Gräbe (University of Leipzig, Germany)


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