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What is sygnm?

sygnm is a general purpose computer algebra system, currently in pre-alpha state of development. It differs in several aspects from other current computer algebra systems. sygnm is free software, licensed under the GNU AGPL.

sygnm aims to:

  • build on existing open source technologies while keeping the whole system consistent
  • be highly modular and extensible
  • be portable
  • support parallellization
  • focus solely on mathematics, not being a general purpose programming environment
  • respect user rights and privacy
  • be a good base for future development

How is sygnm different?

  • No new programming language to learn: sygnm can operate in a simplified interactive ("calculator") mode, or can be used as a library from existing languages (currently C++ and Python)
  • Implements a dynamic type system for runtime function overload resolution on top of C++, based on typeclasses and parametric polymorphism
  • Highly modular, divided to three main parts: core, packages and user interfaces
  • Unique I/O architecture supporting multiple expression parsers, renderers and I/O interfaces with different syntaxes, which can be combined freely
  • Fully localizable, Unicode can be used everywhere in the sygnm system (even in function names and other identifiers)

Download sygnm

sygnm is currently in pre-alpha, there are no releases yet. The source is available at There is some documentation on how to build| and run sygnm from source.