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The Fast Library for Number Theory (FLINT) is a highly optimized C library for number theory applications. The two major areas of functionality currently implemented in FLINT are polynomial arithmetic over the integers and a quadratic sieve. The library is designed to be compiled with the GNU MultiPrecision Library (GMP) and is released under the GNU General Public License. It is developed by William Hart of the University of Warwick and David Harvey of Harvard University to address the speed limitations of the Pari and NTL libraries.[1] References 1. ^ Page 10 of the Project Description for UW 2006 COMPMATH Proposal by William Stein * FLINT 1.0.9: Fast Library for Number Theory by William Hart and David Harvey
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