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[Abbott:87a] J. A. Abbott.
Integration: Solving the Risch differential equation. In: Proc. EUROCAL '87, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 378, pages 465-467. Springer-Verlag, 1987.
[Abbott:88] J. A. Abbott.
Factorisation of Polynomials over Algebraic Number Fields. PhD thesis, Univ. of Bath, England, 1988.
[Abbott:89] J. A. Abbott.
Recovery of algebraic numbers from their p-adic approximations. In: Proc. of ISSAC '89, pages 112-120. ACM Press, New York, 1989.
[Abbott:85] J. A. Abbott, R. J. Bradford, and J. H. Davenport.
A remark on factorisation. SIGSAM Bulletin 19 no. 2, pages 31-33, May 1985.
[Abbott:86] J. A. Abbott, R. J. Bradford, and J. H. Davenport.
The Bath algebraic number package. In: SYMSAC '86: Proceedings of the fifth ACM symposium on Symbolic and algebraic computation, pages 250-253, New York, NY, USA, 1986. ACM.
[Abbott:89a] J. A. Abbott, R. J. Bradford, and J. H. Davenport.
A remark on the multiplication of sparse polynomials. Technical Report TR 89-21, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath, 1989.
[Abbott:87] J. A. Abbott and J. H. Davenport.
Polynomial factorization: An exploration of Lenstra's algorithm. In: Proc. EUROCAL '87, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 378, pages 391-402. Springer-Verlag, 1987.
[Abbott:88a] J. A. Abbott and J. H. Davenport.
A remark on a paper by Wang: Another surprising property of 42. Math. Comp. 51, pages 837-839, 1988.
[Abbott:98] John A. Abbott, André van Leeuwen, and Andreas Strotmann.
OpenMath: communicating mathematical information between co-operating agents in a knowledge network. Journal of Intelligent Systems 8 no. 3/4, 1998.
[Abdali:88] S. K. Abdali and D. S. Wise.
Experiments with quadtree representation of matrices. In: Proc. of ISSAC '88, volume 358, pages 96-108. Springer-Verlag, 1988.
[Abiezzi:83] Salim S. Abi-Ezzi.
Clarification to the symbolic mode in REDUCE. SIGSAM Bulletin 17 no. 3 and 4, pages 43-47, August and November 1983.
[Abramov:91] S. A. Abramov and K. Yu. Kvansenko.
Fast algorithms to search for the rational solutions of linear differential equations with polynomial coefficients. In: Stephen M. Watt, editor, Proc. of the 1991 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pages 267-270, Maryland, 1991. ACM Press.
[Abramov:91a] S. A. Abramov and K. Yu. Kvashenko.
Fast search of a certain type solutions of linear ordinary differential equations with polynomial coefficients. Technical report, Computer Center of the USSR, Academy of Science, Moscow, 1991.
[Adamchik90] V. S. Adamchik and O. I. Marichev.
The algorithm for calculating integrals of hypergeometric type functions and its realization in REDUCE system. In: S. Watanabe and Morio Nagata, editors, Proceedings of the 1990 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pages 212-224. ACM, Addison-Wesley, 1990.
[Adams:83] K. J. Adams.
Analytic estimates for the dynamic aperture of nonlinear lattices. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 30 no. 4, pages 2436-2438, August 1983.
[Adkins:83] G. S. Adkins.
Analytic evaluation of an O(α) vertex correction to the rate of orthopositronium. Phys. Rev. A 27 no. 1, pages 530-532, 1983.
[Adkins:85] G. S. Adkins.
Inner-vertex contributions to the decay rate of orthopositronium. Phys. Rev. A 31 no. 3, pages 1250-1252, 1985.
[Adkins:83a] G. S. Adkins and F. R. Brown.
Rate for positronium decay to five photons. Phys. Rev. A 28 no. 2, pages 1164-1165, 1983.
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Van der Waals perturbation theory for fermion and boson ground-state matter. Phys. Rev. A 35 no. 9, pages 3901-3910, 1987.
[Akselrod:90] I.R. Akselrod, V.P. Gerdt, V.E. Kovtun, and V.N. Robuk.
Construction of a Lie algebra by a subset of generators and commutation relations. Preprint E5-90-508, J.I.N.R., 1990.
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Photon-photon scattering contribution to the sixth order magnetic moments of the muon and electron. Physical Review Letters 23 no. 8, pages 441-443, 1969.
[Alekseev:86] A. I. Alekseev and V. F. Edneral.
Tensor structure of axial gauge polarization operator in the infrared region. Preprint 86-46, IHEP, 1986.
[Alekseev:87a] A. I. Alekseev and V. F. Edneral.
On evaluation of Feynman integrals in axial gauge. Preprint 87-118, IHEP, 1987.
[Alekseev:87] A. I. Alekseev and V. F. Edneral.
Tensor structure of gluon polarization operator in the axial gauge for infra-red region. Journal of Nuclear Physics pages 1105-1114, 1987.
[Alfeld:82] P. Alfeld.
Fixed point iteration with inexact function values. Math. Comp. 38, pages 87-98, 1982.
[Amirkhanov:87] I. V. Amirkhanov, E. P. Zhidkov, and I. E. Zhidkova.
The conditions of bounding of the oscillation amplitudes of charge particle within the resonance vicinity investigations. Technical Report P11-87-452, J.I.N.R., Dubna, 1987.
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The betatron oscillations in the vicinity of nonlinear resonance in cyclic accelerator investigation. In: Stephen M. Watt, editor, Proc. of the 1991 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pages 452-453, Maryland, 1991. ACM Press.
[Anco:04a] S. Anco and T. Wolf.
Some symmetry classifications of hyperbolic vector evolution equations. JNMP 12 no. Supplement 1, pages 13-31, 2005. preprint nlin.SI/0412015.
[Antweiler:89] Werner Antweiler, Andreas Strotmann, and Volker Winkelmann.
A TeX-REDUCE-interface. SIGSAM Bulletin 23 no. 2, pages 26-33, February 1989.
[Appelquist:70] T. W. Appelquist and S. J. Brodsky.
The order α2 electrodynamic corrections to the Lamb shift. Physical Review Letters 24 no. 11, pages 562-565, 1970.
[Arbuzov:86] B. A. Arbuzov, E. E. Boos, and A. I. Davydychev.
Infrared asymptotics of gluonic Green functions in covariant gauge. Preprint 86-123, IHEP, 1986.
[Arous:93] Gerard Ben Arous, Michael Cranston, and Wilfrid S. Kendall.
Coupling constructions for hypoelliptic diffusions: Two examples. Research Report 261, University of Warwick, Dept. of Statistics, October 1993.
[AskeyWilson:85] R. Askey and J. Wilson.
Some basic hypergeometric orthogonal polynomials that generalize jacobi polynomials. Memoirs Amer. Math. Soc. 54 no. 319, March 1985.
[Aso:81] T. Aso, T. Nonoyama, and S. Kato.
Numerical simulation of semidiurnal atmospheric tides. J. Geophys. Res. 86 no. 11, pages 388-400, 1981.
[Atherton:73] R. W. Atherton and G. M. Homsey.
Use of symbolic computation to generate evolution equations and asymptotic solutions to elliptic equations. Journal of Computational Physics 13 no. 1, pages 45-59, 1973.
[Atkinson:08] James Atkinson, Jarmo Hietarinta, and Frank Nijhoff.
Soliton solutions for Q3. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 41 no. 14, pages 1-11, April 2008.
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Global identifiability of linear compartmental models. A computer algebra algorithm. IEEE Trans. Biomedical Engineering 45 no. 1, pages 36-47, 1998.
[Aurenche:84] P. Aurenche, A. Douir, R. Baier, M. Fontannaz, and D. Schiff.
Photoproduction of hadrons at large transverse momentum in second order QCD. Physics Letters B 135 no. 1-3, pages 164-168, 1984.
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Prompt photon production at large pT in GCD beyond the leading order. Physics Letters B 140 no. 1, pages 87-92, 1984.
[Autin:89] B. Autin and J. Bengtsson.
Symbolic evaluation of integrals occurring in accelerator orbit theory. Journal of Symbolic Computation 7 no. 2, pages 183-187, February 1989.

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[Baekler:87a] P. Baekler and M. Guerses.
Exact solutions of the Poincaré gauge theory from its linearized field equations. Lett. Math. Phys. 14 no. 3, pages 185-191, October 1987.
[Baekler:88b] P. Baekler, M. Guerses, and F. W. Hehl.
A new method to solve the field equations of Poincaré gauge theories. Classical and Quantum Gravity 5 no. 7, pages L105-L112, 1988.
[Baekler:88a] P. Baekler, M. Guerses, F. W. Hehl, and J. D. McCrea.
The exterior gravitational field of a charged spinning source in the Poincaré gauge theory: A Kerr-Newman metric with dynamic torsion. Physics Letters A 128 no. 5, pages 245-250, 1988.
[Baekler:87] P. Baekler, R. Hecht, F. W. Hehl, and T. Shirafuji.
Mass and spin of exact solutions of the Poincaré gauge theory. Prog. Theor. Phys. 78 no. 1, pages 16-21, 1987.
[Baekler:84] P. Baekler and F. W. Hehl.
A charged Taub-NUT metric with torsion: A new axially symmetric solution of the Poincaré gauge field theory. Physics Letters A 100 no. 8, pages 277-316, 1984.
[Baekler:86] P. Baekler, F. W. Hehl, and E. W. Mielke.
Nonmetricity and torsion: Facts and fancies in gauge approaches to gravity. In: R. Ruffini, editor, Proc. 4th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, pages 277-316. North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1986.
[Baekler:87b] P. Baekler, E. W. Mielke, and F. W. Hehl.
Kinky torsion in a Poincaré gauge model of gravity coupled to a massless scalar field. Nuclear Physics B 288, pages 800-812, 1987.
[Baekler:88] P. Baekler, M. Seitz, and V. Winkelmann.
Cylindrically symmetric solutions of self-consistently coupled Dirac fields in gauge theories of gravity. Classical and Quantum Gravity 5 no. 3, pages 479-490, 1988.
[Baekler:84a] Peter Baekler and Friedrich W. Hehl.
On the dynamics of the torsion of spacetime: Exact solutions in a gauge theoretical model of gravity. In: Errol Gotsman and Gerald Tauber, editors, From SU(3) to Gravity, pages 341-360. Cambridge University Press, 1985.
[Bahrdt:90] J. Bahrdt and G. Wüstefeld.
A new tracking routine for particles in undulator and wiggler fields. Report BESSY TB Nr. 158, Technischer Bericht, October 1990.
[Bahrdt:91] J. Bahrdt and G. Wüstefeld.
Canonical particle tracking in undulator fields. In: Proceedings of the IEEE 1991 Particle Accelerator Conference, San Francisco, page 266, 1991.
[Bahrdt:92] J. Bahrdt and G. Wüstefeld.
A taylor-expanded generating function for particle motion in arbitrary magnetic fields. In: Proceedings of the Third European Particle Accelerator Conference, Berlin (Germany), page 670, 1992.
[Bahrdt:07] Johannes Bahrdt.
Wavefront tracking within the stationary phase approximation. Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams 10 no. 6, page 060701, Jun 2007.
[Baier:81] V. N. Baier and A. G. Grozin.
Inclusive quarkonium production in e+ e- annihilation. Yad. Fiz. (Sov. J. Nucl. Phys.) 33 no. 2, pages 491-500, 1981.
[Baier:85] V. N. Baier and A. G. Grozin.
Gluonic contributions to the exclusive amplitudes. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 29, pages 161-165, 1985.
[Baier:90] V. N. Baier and A. G. Grozin.
Decay B → D l ν from QCD sum rules. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 47, pages 669-675, 1990.
[Bajla:78] I. Bajla, G. A. Ososkov, and A. C. Hearn.
The orthogonalization program of polynomials in two variables in REDUCE-2 language. Report P10-11944, J.I.N.R., Dubna, 1978.
[Baker:81a] G. A. Baker, L. P. Benofy, M. Fortes, M. de Llano, S. M. Peltier, and A. Plastino.
Hard-core square-well fermion. Phys. Rev. A 26 no. 6, pages 3575-3588, 1982.
[Baker:81] George A. Baker(Jr.) and Peter Graves-Morris.
Padé Approximants, Part I: Basic Theory. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, Massachusetts, 1981.
[Balian:78] R. Balian, G. Parisi, and A. Voros.
Quartic oscillator. In: Proc. of the Colloq. on Mathematical Problems in Feynman Path Integrals, Marseille, May 1978.
[Bamberger:88] L. Bamberger.
An error validation package for REDUCE. In: ESPRIT '88: putting the technology to use: proceedings of the 5th Annual ESPRIT Conference, Brussels, pages 467-474 (vol. 1), Siemens AG, Munich, West Germany, 1988.
[Baranov:07] S. P. Baranov.
Associated y+b+b production at the Fermilab Tevatron and CERN LHC. Physical Review D (Particles and Fields) 74 no. 7, page 074002, November 2006.
[Baranov:06] S. P. Baranov.
Topics in associated j/ψ + c + c production at modern colliders. Physical Review D (Particles and Fields) 73 no. 7, page 074021, 2006.
[Baranov:08] S. P. Baranov and A. Szczurek.
Inclusive production of j/ψ meson in proton-proton collisions at bnl rhic. Physical Review D (Particles and Fields) 77 no. 5, page 054016, 2008.
[Barbier:92] Christine Barbier, Peter Bettess, and Jacqueline A. Bettess.
Automatic generation of mapping functions for infinite elements using REDUCE. Journal of Symbolic Computation 14 no. 5, pages 523-534, November 1992.
[Barfoot:86] D. T. Barfoot and D. J. Broadhurst.
Investigation of a bound on the anomalous dimensions of four-quark operators. Physics Letters B 166 no. 3, pages 347-350, 1986.
[Barfoot:87] D. T. Barfoot and D. J. Broadhurst.
Finite field theories in three dimensions with and without supersymmetry. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 33 no. 3, pages 391-395, September 1987.
[Barfoot:88] D. T. Barfoot and D. J. Broadhurst.
Z2\timesS6 symmetry of the two-loop diagram. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 41 no. 1, pages 81-85, March 1988.
[Bark:78] Fritz H. Bark and Herman Tinoco.
Stability of plane Poiseuille flow of a dilute suspension of slender fibres. J. Fluid Mech. 87 no. 2, pages 321-333, 1978.
[Barthes-Biesel:73] D. Barthes-Biesel and A. Acrivos.
On computer generated analytic solutions to the equations of fluid mechanics, the case of creeping flows. Journal of Computational Physics 12 no. 3, pages 403-411, 1973.
[Barton:72] David Barton and Anthony C. Hearn.
Comment on problem #2 - the Y(2n) functions. SIGSAM Bulletin 15, 1972.
[Basios:95] V. Basios, N. A. Chekanov, B. L. Markovski, V. A. Rostovtsev, and S. I. Vinitsky.
GITA: A REDUCE program for the normalization of polynomial hamiltonians. Computer Physics Communications 90, pages 355-368, October 1995.
[Bateman:86] G. Bateman and R. G. Storer.
Direct determination of axisymmetric magnetohydrodynamic equilibrium in Hamada coordinates. Journal of Computational Physics 64 no. 1, pages 161-176, 1986.
[Bayram:04] Mustafa Bayram.
Application of computer algebra matrix operation techniques to the control of metabolic networks. Applied Mathematics and Computation 152 no. 1, pages 289-297, April 2004.
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Gröbner bases, a computational approach to commutative algebra. Springer - Verlag (Graduate Texts in Mathematics 141), 1993.
[Belkov:91] Alexander A. Bel'Kov and Alexander V. Lanyov.
REDUCE usage for calculation of low-energy process amplitudes in chiral QCD model. In: Stephen M. Watt, editor, Proc. of the 1991 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pages 454-455, Maryland, 1991. ACM Press.
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Calculation of heat-kernel coefficients and usage of computer algebra. Computer Physics Communications 95 no. 2 and 3, pages 123-130, June 1996.
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Solution of some equations in biochemistry. Technical Report 88-12, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath, England, 1988.
[Bennett:93] J. P. Bennett, M. Grinfeld, and J. Hubble.
Computer algebra techniques in affinity binding equations: the dimer case. Journal of Symbolic Computation 15 no. 1, pages 79-83, January 1993.
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Single bremsstrahlung process in gauge theories. Physics Letters B 103 no. 2, pages 124-128, 1981.
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On the Euler-Imshenetskii-Darboux transformation of linear second-order equations. Programming and Computer Software 32 no. 3, pages 154-165, 2006.
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Second order reducible linear differential equations. Preprint E5-89-141, J.I.N.R., Dubna, 1989.
[Berkovich:90] L.M. Berkovich, V.P. Gerdt, Z.T. Kostova, and M.L. Nechaevsky.
Computer algebra generating related 2nd order linear differential equation. Preprint E5-90-509, J.I.N.R., Dubna, 1990.
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Intermediate boson pair production as a means for determining its magnetic moment. Physical Review Letters 11 no. 10, pages 483-487, 1963.
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Application of computer algebra to surface lattice dynamics. In: Stephen M. Watt, editor, Proc. of the 1991 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pages 433-438, Maryland, 1991. ACM Press.
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Closed-form expressions for the Dirac-Coulomb radial rt integrals. Phys. Rev. A 32 no. 4, pages 2044-2050, 1985.
[Bilge:92] Ayse Hümeyra Bilge.
A REDUCE program for the integration of differential polynomials. Computer Physics Communications 71 no. 3, pages 263-268, September 1992.
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The OZI rule violating radiative decays of the heavy pseudoscalars. Report DpH-T 43/78, CEN-Saclay, 1978.
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Microscopic theory of photon production in proton-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus collisions. Nuclear Physics A 475 no. 3, pages 579-597, December 1987.
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Hadrochemistry in relativistic mean fields. Physics Letters B 167 no. 3, pages 271-276, February 1986.
[Birrell:77] N. D. Birrell.
The application of adiabatic regularization to calculations of cosmological interest. Technical report, Dept. Math, King's College, London, 1977.
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Neutrino production in stellar matter by photons in a renormalizable scalar-boson-exchange model of weak interactions. Physical Review D (Particles and Fields) 12 no. 8, pages 2523-2525, 1975.
[Bittencourt:90] Guilherme Bittencourt and Jacques Calmet.
Integrating computer algebra and knowledge representation. Preprint, Universität Karlsruhe Institut für Algorithmen und Kognitive Systeme, 1990.
[Blum:93] W. Blum, V. Ganzha, and W. Strampp.
An introduction to ode's by cas. In: G. Jacob, N. E. Oussous, and S. Steinberg, editors, Proceedings of the 1993 International IMACS Symposium on Symbolic Computation, pages 110-119. IMACS, Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille, France, 1993.
[Bocko:92] J. Bocko.
EQSHELL - a REDUCE-based program for generation of equations of equilibrium for shell. Computer Physics Communications 69 no. 1, pages 215-222, February 1992.
[Bodwin:04] Geoffrey T. Bodwin and Jungil Lee.
Relativistic corrections to gluon fragmentation into spin-triplet s-wave quarkonium. Physical Review D (Particles and Fields) 69 no. 5, page 054003, Mar 2004.
[Boege:86] W. Boege, R. Gebauer, and H. Kredel.
Some examples for solving systems of algebraic equations by calculating Groebner bases. Journal of Symbolic Computation 2 no. 1, pages 83-98, March 1986.
[Bogdanova:88] N. Bogdanova and H. Hogreve.
A REDUCE package for exact Coulomb interaction matrix elements. Computer Physics Communications 48 no. 2, pages 319-326, February 1988.
[Bondarev:06] Alexander L. Bondarev.
A new method for calculation of traces of dirac γ-matrices in minkowski space. Nuclear Physics B 733 no. 1-2, pages 48-58, January 2006.
[Bordoni:81] Luciana Bordoni and Attilio Colagrossi.
An application of REDUCE to industrial mechanics. SIGSAM Bulletin 15 no. 2, pages 8-12, May 1981.
[Borst:94] W. N. Borst, V. V. Goldman, and J. A. van Hulzen.
GENTRAN 90: a REDUCE package for the generation of Fortran 90 code. In: Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, ISSAC, pages 45-51. SIGSAM, ACM, 1994.
[Bowyer:87] A. Bowyer, J. H. Davenport, P. S. Milne, J. A. Padget, and A. F. Wallis.
Applications of computer algebra in solid modelling. In: Proc. EUROCAL '87, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 378, pages 244-245. Springer-Verlag, 1987.
[Boyd:78] John P. Boyd.
The effects of latitudinal shear on equatorial waves, part I: Theory and methods. Preprint, Dept. of Atmos. and Oceanic Science, Univ. of Michigan, January 1978.
[Boyd:93] John P. Boyd.
Chebyshev and Legendre spectral methods in algebraic manipulation languages. Journal of Symbolic Computation 16 no. 4, pages 377-399, October 1993.
[Brackx:92] F. Brackx and D. Constales.
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[Brackx:87a] F. Brackx, D. Constales, R. Delanghe, and H. Serras.
Clifford algebra with REDUCE. Rend. Circ. Mat. Palermo, Ser. II 16, pages 11-19, 1987.
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On the harmonic and monogenic decomposition of polynomials. Journal of Symbolic Computation 8 no. 3, pages 297-304, September 1989.
[Brackx:87] F. Brackx and H. Serras.
Boundary value problems for the Laplacian in Euclidean space solved by symbolic computation. In: Proc. EUROCAL '87, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 378, pages 208-215. Springer-Verlag, 1987.
[Bradford:88] R. J. Bradford and J. H. Davenport.
Effective tests for cyclotomic polynomials. In: Proc. of ISSAC '88, volume 358, pages 244-251. Springer-Verlag, 1988.
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Enlarging the reduce domain of computation. In: SYMSAC '86: Proceedings of the fifth ACM symposium on Symbolic and algebraic computation, pages 100-106, New York, NY, USA, 1986. ACM.
[Bradford:90] Russell Bradford.
A parallelization of the Buchberger algorithm. In: S. Watanabe and Morio Nagata, editors, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, page 296. ACM, Addison-Wesley, 1990.
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Computer algebra algorithms and routines for the computation of conservation laws and fixing of gauge in differential expressions. Journal of Symbolic Computation 27 no. 2, pages 221-238, February 1999.
[Brand:92] A. Brand and T. Wolf.
The computer algebra package CRACK for investigating PDEs. In: Proc. of ERCIM, Partial Differential Equations and Group Theory, Bonn, page 24, 1992.
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Heuristics for overdetermined systems of PDEs. In: S. McKee J.H. Johnson and A. Vella, editors, Proc. of `AI in Mathematics', Glasgow, April 91. Oxford University Press, 1994.
[Brand:95] A. Brand and T. Wolf.
Investigating DEs with CRACK and related programs. SIGSAM Bulletin Special Issue, pages 1-8, June 1995.
[Brand:96] A. Brand and T. Wolf.
Approaches to solving nonlinear ODEs. Math. Comp. Simul. 42 no. 4-6, pages 391-398, 1996.
[Brand:97] A. Brand and T. Wolf.
Examples of the investigation of differential equations with modularized programs. Math. Comput. Modelling 25 no. 8/9, pages 133-139, April-May 1997.
[Broadhurst:83] D. J. Broadhurst.
Non-relativistic sum rules for QCD2, QED and QCD4. Physics Letters B 123 no. 3-4, pages 251-254, 1983.
[Broadhurst:85a] D. J. Broadhurst.
Evaluation of a class of Feynman diagrams for all numbers of loops and dimensions. Physics Letters B 164 no. 4-6, pages 356-360, 1985.
[Broadhurst:87] D. J. Broadhurst.
Two-loop negative-dimensional integration. Physics Letters B 197 no. 1-2, pages 179-182, 1987.
[Broadhurst:90] D. J. Broadhurst.
The master two-loop diagram with masses. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 47 no. 1, pages 115-124, March 1990.
[Broadhurst:92a] D. J. Broadhurst.
Three-loop on-shell charge renormalization without integration: ΛMSQED to four loops. Zeitschrift für Physik C. Particles and Fields 54 no. 4, pages 599-606, December 1992.
[Broadhurst:93] D. J. Broadhurst.
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