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Manuscript Title: STRINGVACUA: A Mathematica Package for Studying Vacuum Configurations in String Phenomenology | ||

Authors: James Gray, Yang-Hui He, Anton Ilderton, André Lukas | ||

Program title: STRINGVACUA | ||

Catalogue identifier: AEBZ_v1_0Distribution format: tar.gz | ||

Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 180(2009)107 | ||

Programming language: "Mathematica" syntax. | ||

Computer: Home and office spec desktop and laptop machines, networked or stand alone. | ||

Operating system: Windows XP (with Cygwin), Linux, Mac OS, running Mathematica V5 or above. | ||

RAM: Varies greatly depending on calculation to be performed. | ||

Keywords: Moduli stabilisation, algebraic geometry, string phenomenology, groebner basis. | ||

PACS: 11.25.Wx. | ||

Classification: 11.1. | ||

External routines: Linux: The program "Singular" is called from Mathematica. Windows: "Singular" is called within the Cygwin environment from Mathematica. | ||

Nature of problem:A central problem of string-phenomenology is to find stable vacua in the four dimensional effective theories which result from compactification. | ||

Solution method:We present an algorithmic method, which uses techniques of algebraic geometry, to find all of the vacua of any given string-phenomenological system in a huge class. | ||

Running time:Varies greatly depending on calculation requested. |

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