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OMMs

OMMs 3.0

OMMs stands for 'One Million Monkeys'. That's from 'One million monkeys typing on one million typewriters...'. You set the number of characters to be typed in the Chars. typed box. Choose yes or no for spaces. Select the monkey type in the Popup menu,...

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EnergyRB

EnergyRB 1.0

EnergyRB allows you to easily find and display energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for the one-dimensional time-independent Schroedinger equation. Incorporating REALbasic's RBScript, potential energy function can be entered by the user. This function...

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Base Converter converts an integer or non-integer string, including floating point strings expressed in one base to an expression in another base. The allowed bases range from 2 to 65536. The length of the number is limited only by available memory. Base...

SolveDiffEq is a standalone application which allows you to numerically solve differential equations and evaluate definite integrals of your choosing. Using the Runge-Kutta method, SolveDiffEq can solve any number of coupled differential equations of the...

PolyRootsRB finds the roots of a polynomial to any chosen accuracy using Laguerre's Method. The coefficients of the polynomial can be real or complex. PolyRootsRB uses my own multi-precision engine, fp. PolyRootsRB is released with no restrictive...

MPCalcRB

MPCalcRB 5.0

MPCalcRB is a multi-precision RPN scientific calculator for Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows. It can handle numbers with up to 30,000 digits. It can also handle numbers whose absolute values lie between about 10^-40000000 and 10^+40000000. The popup menu...

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PrimeGen

PrimeGen 1.0

PrimeGen uses the Miller-Rabin Test as implemented by Victor Shoup's NTL to generate probable primes. The length of the primes is only limited by available memory. PrimeGen is a Universal Cocoa application.What is new in this release:new web...

PolyFactors factors univariate polynomials over the integers. PolyFactors uses the ZZX polynomial type and the ZZXFactoring routines from Victor Shoup's NTL (http://www.shoup.net/ntl/). He deserves most of the credit. PolyFactors just provides a GUI for...