REDUCE


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reduce

[ri′düs]
(ordnance)
To clear a stoppage in a weapon.

REDUCE

(language, mathematics)
A symbolic mathematics language with ALGOL-like syntax, written in Lisp by Anthony Hearn in 1963.

Reduce 2 is a version based on Portable Standard LISP.

http://rrz.uni-koeln.de/REDUCE/.

E-mail: <reduce@rand.org>.

Server: reduce-netlib@rand.org.

["REDUCE, Software for Algebraic Computation", G. Rayna, Springer 1987].
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