gTybalt is an object-oriented program that allows symbolic calculations within C++. Solutions developed with gTybalt can be compiled with a C++ compiler and executed independently of gTybalt; this is particular important for computer-extensive problems. 'gTybalt' can interpret C++ and execute C++ scripts. Solutions can be developed quickly for small-scale problems, either interactively or through scripts, and once debugged, the solutions can be compiled and scaled up to large-scale problems. Mathematical formulae are visualized using TeX fonts and converted to LaTeX on a WYSIWYG basis.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~stefanw/gtybalt/gtybalt/; User manual available in PostScript format from http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~stefanw/gtybalt/gtybalt.ps.gz
released on 2 January 2014
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|GPLv2orlater||Genium||30 January 2016|
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|Weak prerequisite||nestedsums library|
|Weak prerequisite||NTL library|
|Required to use||GiNaC|
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|Required to use||TeXmacs|
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