The MAGMA version of HECKE is now the only one that I actively support, and is much more developed than the C++ version. It comes standard with MAGMA. However, you can obtain the MAGMA source code for this package and documentation from this web page without purchasing MAGMA.
The links below are to my personal local MAGMA development directory, and you are welcome to browse through them.
|MAGMA version:||Source Code|
> C := ComplexField(); > e := Exp(2*Pi(C)*C.1/33012); > G
:= DirichletGroup(33013,C,e,33012); > DimensionCuspForms(eps,2); 0 > DimensionCuspForms(eps,3); 5501.000000000000000000000000 + 5.135246190230402938987214200 E-29*i // that's clearly 5501. > DimensionCuspForms(eps,7); 16506 > DimensionCuspForms(eps,5); 11004.00000000000000000000000 - 5.135246190230402938987214200 E-29*i
On Friday 17 August 2001 03:04 pm, you wrote: > Hi. I'm told there have been various weird > issues obstructing the purchase of MAGMA here, due > to something with licensing agreement. Answers to some of your questions can be found at http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au:8000/u/magma/ At http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au:8000/u/magma/Ordering/Pricing.html it says that a 3-year Sun institutional license costs $1000. (It used to be $3000 for 3-years, so...) It also says: "In the case of the PC version, a special rate is available for individuals acquiring a subscription for private use (just as is the case with journal subscriptions). A fully-featured student version is also available for PCs." In the past, I've heard that the "special rate" was $200 for a 3-year license. The student rate is $100. Thus, if you want MAGMA for a Linux PC or Windows computer, you can get it quite cheaply. For a Sun version, you'll have to get the 3-year $1000 institution license. > I was told the university legal dept might have to be consulted, > which I want to avoid because they drag their feet, so I'd be just > as happy to make a direct purchase. Is there a suitable person "in > charge" of MAGMA with whom I could discuss such things? John Cannon ([email protected]), who is a group theorist at the University of Sydney "is MAGMA". (His wife and postdocs like David Kohel also help out.) > For example, the idiots here in the purchasing dept said that the > Univ of Sydney won't accept credit card purchases of MAGMA, which I > find rather hard to believe. I can't comment on this, except to say "Australia not the USA, so make no assumptions, and MAGMA is not a company." > So I'd like to get in touch with someone higher-up in MAGMA-land to > find out what the real story is for getting oneself a copy of this John Cannon is at the top of MAGMA-land. You could also write to David Kohel ([email protected]), who you must know by now, who can help out extensively. Best regards, William