GiNaC 1.1.5 now available

Christian Bauer Christian.Bauer at Uni-Mainz.DE
Wed Nov 5 18:29:38 CET 2003


"Release Early, Release Often"

The GiNaC Group is pleased to announce the immediate availability of
GiNaC 1.1.5 which contains lots of improvements to the nestedsums functions:

 - Harmonic polylogarithms now numerically evaluate for arbitrary arguments
   (parameter must still be positive integers).
 - The zeta function now can also be given a lst as a parameter in which case
   it becomes a multiple zeta value. The use of mZeta is deprecated.
 - The order of parameters for the multiple polylogarithm has been corrected.
 - Documentation for the nested sums functions zeta, harmonic polylog,
   multiple polylog, etc. has been added.

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Have a nice day,

  / Physics is an algorithm

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