Bangor University - School of Computer Science
Mathematics Research Groups
Computational Higher-dimensional Discrete Algebra
The latest versions of these packages have been prepared for the
several releases of GAP 4.6 in 2013.
- Murat Alp (Dumlupinar University, Turkey)
- Gareth Evans
- Anne Heyworth (ex. Bangor and Leicester)
- Larry Lambe (MSSRC)
- Emma Moore
- Robert Rodrigues
View south from the Halls of Residence
on Ffriddoedd Road towards Snowdonia.
Computational discrete algebra is concerned with algorithms for
computing with groups, semigroups, categories, algebras,
and related structures,
as well as automorphism objects of combinatorial structures.
The two general-purpose CDA packages are GAP and MAGMA.
Work at Bangor is aimed at developing GAP packages
implementing many of the new, higher-dimensional, structures
for algebra and algebraic topology which are described in
on the CHDA packages at the GAP Authors' Workshop,
Braunschweig, September 2007.
Preprints & Publications
Link to GAP home page
at St. Andrews.