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This library may be used to code tensorial equations using Gibbs (direct) notation. It is not very efficient because of temporary objects. However, besides it is very easy to use, any dimension may be selected. Likewise, tensors with higher orders (5, 6, etc.) may be easily added to the library. Operators are defined for dot, double-dot and dyadics (including Professor Brannon's "leaf" and "palm" dyadics). It is possible, for example, to do simulations using complex numbers in a four dimension space.

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Sep 15 2019 — Oct 15 2019

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