Bill Allombert on Mon, 24 Sep 2001 18:21:48 +0200

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Help for translating PARI/GP description

Hello PARI lovers,

The Debian project would like translation of the description
of the PARI/GP package to help non english speaking people to choose
theirs software. Of course they can be used for others use as well, like
adding them to the PARI home page, etc...

I join the description approved by Karim, and the french translation.

If you are interested, you can help us to translate it in other languages !
Debian especially look at german, italian and brazillian portuguese,
but other languages are welcome as well.

If you do it, please include the ISO code of your language (fr_FR for 
french, pt_BR for brazillian portuguese, etc...) and the charset
(iso-latin1 for french, etc...).

Thanks for your help,


  PARI/GP is a widely used computer algebra system designed for fast
  computations in number theory (factorizations, algebraic number theory,
  elliptic curves...), but also contains a large number of other useful
  functions to compute with mathematical entities such as matrices,
  polynomials, power series, algebraic numbers, etc., and a lot of
  transcendental functions. PARI is also available as a C library to allow
  for faster computations.

  Originally developed by Henri Cohen and his co-workers (Université Bordeaux I,
  France), PARI is now under the GPL and maintained by Karim Belabas 
  (Université Paris XI, France) with the help of many volunteer contributors.


  PARI/GP est un système de calcul formel très répandu, conçu pour des
calculs rapides en arithmétique (factorisations, théorie algébrique des
nombres, courbes elliptiques...). Il contient aussi un grand nombre de
fonctions pour le calcul matriciel, sur les développements limités, les
nombres algébriques, etc. ainsi que de nombreuses fonctions transcendantes.
Pour accélérer certains calculs, PARI est aussi disponible sous forme de
bibliothèque C.

  Originellement développé par Henri Cohen et ses collaborateurs (Université
Bordeaux I, France), PARI est maintenant sous licence GPL, maintenu par
Karim Belabas (Université Paris XI, France), avec l'aide de nombreuses
contributions bénévoles.