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1.4.9-45 / January 2018
|Operating system||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Type||Computer algebra system|
Xcas and Giac are open-source projects developed by Bernard Parisse's et al. at the Joseph Fourier University of Grenoble (Isère) since 2000. It is based on experiences gained with Parisse's former project Erable.
Giac has a compatibility mode with Maple and MuPAD software and TI-89, TI-92 and Voyage 200 calculators. Users can use Giac/Xcas as well as a free software compatible with Maple to develop formal algorithms or use it in other software.
Here is a brief overview of what Xcas is able to do:
- computer algebra;
- geometry in the plane;
- geometry in space;
- De Graeve, Renée (2018-01-19) . "Symbolic computation and Mathematics with the calculator HP Prime" (PDF). Translated by Lecointre, Jean Michel. Retrieved 2018-01-22.
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