# surf-alggeo 1.0.6+ds-4build1 source package in Ubuntu

## Changelog

surf-alggeo (1.0.6+ds-4build1) bionic; urgency=medium * No-change rebuild to pick up the shared flex library. -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden> Tue, 20 Feb 2018 07:10:43 +0000

## Upload details

- Uploaded by:
- Matthias Klose on 2018-02-20

- Uploaded to:
- Bionic

- Original maintainer:
- Debian Science Team

- Architectures:
- any all

- Section:
- misc

- Urgency:
- Medium Urgency

## Downloads

File | Size | SHA-256 Checksum |
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surf-alggeo_1.0.6+ds.orig.tar.xz | 211.3 KiB | eda8cf4286891d22d38343ca42796f345d61ffb0e4a0410cacba4b00c1fec4d3 |

surf-alggeo_1.0.6+ds-4build1.debian.tar.xz | 46.8 KiB | 96c8f16f56fc3d75c1216bac632bde0975d0b0db6221e1c868f3c841109aa4f0 |

surf-alggeo_1.0.6+ds-4build1.dsc | 2.4 KiB | 45c64858d59302eb4789442f41cd898dd93b59b98e487cad62661dd547faa37d |

### Available diffs

## Binary packages built by this source

- surf-alggeo: visualization of real algebraic geometry
Surf is a script driven tool to visualize some real algebraic geometry:

plane algebraic curves, algebraic surfaces and hyperplane sections of

surfaces.

.

The algorithms should be stable enough not to be confused by curve/surface

singularities in codimension greater than one and the degree of the surface

or curve. This has been achieved quite a bit. Curves of degree up to 30 and

surfaces of degree up to 20 have been drawn successfully. However, there are

examples of curves/surfaces of lower degree where surf fails to produce

perfect images. This happens especially if the equation of the curve/surface

is not reduced. Best results are achieved using reduced equations. On the other

hand, surf displays the Fermat-curves accurately for degree up to 98.

.

Surf is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

.

This dummy package is meant to allow multi-variant support for surf.

- surf-alggeo-doc: visualization of real algebraic geometry -- manual
Surf is a script driven tool to visualize some real algebraic geometry:

plane algebraic curves, algebraic surfaces and hyperplane sections of

surfaces.

.

The algorithms should be stable enough not to be confused by curve/surface

singularities in codimension greater than one and the degree of the surface

or curve. This has been achieved quite a bit. Curves of degree up to 30 and

surfaces of degree up to 20 have been drawn successfully. However, there are

examples of curves/surfaces of lower degree where surf fails to produce

perfect images. This happens especially if the equation of the curve/surface

is not reduced. Best results are achieved using reduced equations. On the other

hand, surf displays the Fermat-curves accurately for degree up to 98.

.

Surf is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

.

This package provides the manual for the script driven tool surf; it also

contains some script samples.

- surf-alggeo-nox: visualization of real algebraic geometry -- no X support
Surf is a script driven tool to visualize some real algebraic geometry:

plane algebraic curves, algebraic surfaces and hyperplane sections of

surfaces.

.

The algorithms should be stable enough not to be confused by curve/surface

singularities in codimension greater than one and the degree of the surface

or curve. This has been achieved quite a bit. Curves of degree up to 30 and

surfaces of degree up to 20 have been drawn successfully. However, there are

examples of curves/surfaces of lower degree where surf fails to produce

perfect images. This happens especially if the equation of the curve/surface

is not reduced. Best results are achieved using reduced equations. On the other

hand, surf displays the Fermat-curves accurately for degree up to 98.

.

Surf is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

.

This package provides the script driven tool surf without X support.

- surf-alggeo-nox-dbgsym: debug symbols for surf-alggeo-nox