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Ordinal calculator and research tool

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Version 0.3.1 beta Released

This release fixes a problem with the definition of the Gamma function on ordinals and corrects other minor problems. It also has expanded documentation.

Download ordCalc_0.3.1 beta

Build and install from source
(ordCalc_0.3.1.tar.bz2 2.8M) or (ordCalc_0.3.1.tar.gz 3.6M)

This should build on most Linux and many Unix development systems and on Microsoft Windows Visual C++. The Linux build requires the MPIR and readline packages. If these are not installed on your Linux system you may be able to install them with the superuser command:
yum install mpir-devel readline-devel

The Microsoft Visual C++ build only requires the MPIR libraries, but you probably have to build the libraries. The automated testing on Windows (but not the build) requires that Cygwin be installed.

This package includes full documentation in PDF format and the LaTeX source.

Install program and documentation on Windows
(ordInstall.exe 1.7M)

This installs on Windows XP and later and the Wine emulator. It includes all documentation.

Download stand alone Windows executable and documentation
(ordCalc_0.3.1_exe.zip 1.6M) or (ordCalc_0.3.1_exe.tar.gz 1.6M)

This runs on Windows XP and later and the Wine emulator. It includes all documentation.

Download documentation

All documentation is included in all of the above downloads. Use the following links for documentation only.

User's manual -- "Using the ordinal calculator: For ordCalc 0.3.1"
(ordCalc.pdf 190K)

This is mostly a LaTeX formatted version of the online documentation for the ordinal calculator.

Program description and underlying mathematics -- "A Computational Approach to the Ordinal Numbers: Documents ordCalc 0.3.1"
(ordinal.pdf 1.5M)

This document describes and references the mathematics on which the program is based. It also documents the program structure. It includes the user's manual as an appendix and contains a unified index and table of contents for both documents.

The above downloads are also at sourceforge.net/projects/ord

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Please send comments and problem reports to ord@mtnmath.com.


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