(From the Dutch for “beautiful ship” or “clean ship”) A program for symbolic mathematics, especially High Energy Physics, written by M. Veltman of CERN in 1964. Schoonschip only does algebra, no derivatives. It was implemented originally in CDC 6600 and CDC 7600 assembly language and currently in 680×0 assembly language. Latest versions run on Amiga, Atari ST, Sun-3 and NeXT.
It was once maintained by David Williams at the University of Michigan Physics Department.
[shoh-puh n-hou-er; German shoh-puh n-hou-uh r] /ˈʃoʊ pənˌhaʊ ər; German ˈʃoʊ pənˌhaʊ ər/ noun 1. Arthur [ahr-too r] /ˈɑr tʊər/ (Show IPA), 1788–1860, German philosopher. Schopenhauer /German ˈʃoːpənhauər/ noun 1. Arthur (ˈartʊr). 1788–1860, German pessimist philosopher. In his chief work, The World as Will and Idea (1819), he expounded the view that will is the […]
[shoh-puh n-hou-uh-riz-uh m] /ˈʃoʊ pənˌhaʊ əˌrɪz əm/ noun 1. the philosophy of Schopenhauer, who taught that only the cessation of desire can solve the problems arising from the universal impulse of the will to live.
noun 1. Mineralogy. a black tourmaline. noun 1. a black tourmaline consisting of a borosilicate of sodium, iron, and aluminium. Formula: NaFe3B3Al3(Al3Si6O27)(OH)4
schott (shŏt) See shott.