This package provides Julia implementations of symbolic integration algorithms.

The front-end (i.e., the user interface) requires SymbolicUtils.jl. The actual integration algorithms are implemented in a generic way using AbstractAlgebra.jl. Some algorithms require Nemo.jl for calculations with algebraic numbers.

`SymbolicIntegration.jl`

is based on the algorithms from the book

Manuel Bronstein, Symbolic Integration I: Transcentental Functions, 2nd ed, Springer 2005,

for which a pretty complete set of reference implementations is provided.
Currently, `SymbolicIntegration.jl`

can integrate rational functions and integrands involving transcendental elementary
functions like `exp`

, `log`

, `sin`

, etc.
As in the book, integrands involving algebraic functions like `sqrt`

and non-integer powers are not treated.

Note that `SymbolicIntegration.jl`

is still in an early stage of development and should not be expected to run stably in all situations.
It comes with absolutely no warranty whatsoever.

`julia> using Pkg; Pkg.add("SymbolicIntegration")`

```
julia> using SymbolicIntegration, SymbolicUtils
julia> @syms x
(x,)
julia> f = (x^3 + x^2 + x + 2)//(x^4 + 3*x^2 + 2)
(2 + x + x^2 + x^3) / (2 + x^4 + 3(x^2))
julia> integrate(f, x)
(1//2)*log(2 + x^2) + atan(x)
julia> f = 1/(x*log(x))
1 / (x*log(x))
julia> integrate(f, x)
log(log(x))
julia> f = 1/(1+2*cos(x))
1 / (1 + 2cos(x))
julia> g = integrate(f, x)
log(-4 - sqrt(16//3)*tan((1//2)*x))*sqrt(1//3) - log(sqrt(16//3)*tan((1//2)*x) - 4)*sqrt(1//3)
```

Some test problems taken from the Rubi Integration Test-suites are provided by test_integrate_rational.jl and test_stewart.jl, which produce the output test_integrate_rational.out and test_stewart.out, respectively.