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ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
PAC is a computer algebra system, based on MIMD type parallelism. It uses parallelism as a tool for processing problems wich are too complex for a sequential treatment. Basic fundamentals of the system are firstly discussed. Then, different problems are studied, particularly the implementation of infinite-precision arithmetic, the solution of linear systems and of Diophantine equations, the parallelization of Buchberger's algorithm for Grtbner bases. A prototype of PAC is implemented on thedoi:10.1145/66062.66065 fatcat:y2pcdfwedrb2hdzjifvf5ncrue