A sum-substitutor used as trigonometric simplifier
The sumsubstitutor opens the new prospect of "Inverse evaluation" -that is recombina- tion of objects into higher, composed ones. This could greately compress otherwise unmanageably huge output swell from the ever larger machines. The program is a part of STENSOR [3,4,5,6,10] running on the algebraic systems MACSYMA  and SHEEP [1,2].
KeywordsScalar Part Numeric Coefficient Minimal Form Large Machine Previous Program
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