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The booklet specializes in complicated desktop algebra equipment and detailed features that experience extraordinary purposes within the context of quantum box conception. It provides the cutting-edge and new tools for (infinite) a number of sums, a number of integrals, specifically Feynman integrals, distinction and differential equations within the structure of survey articles. The offered recommendations emerge from interdisciplinary fields: arithmetic, laptop technological know-how and theoretical physics; the articles are written through mathematicians and physicists with the target that either teams can study from the opposite box, together with most up-to-date advancements. along with that, the gathering of articles additionally serves as an updated instruction manual of obtainable algorithms/software which are favourite or can assist within the fields of arithmetic, physics or different sciences.
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