Minldent is a command-driven program developed originally on a mainframe and now ported to a PC. Since its initial description, a substantial amount of new data and several new features have been added. In addition to information published on new mineral species, data have been included for about 700 presently unnamed minerals. A subset facility also has been added, as well as an extensive synonymy which provides abbreviated information and source references for some 1500 synonyms, varieties, discredited minerals and species of dubious authenticity. A full mineral classification scheme also has been included. Minldent-PC requires at least 560 kbytes of usable RAM, one 32 Mbyte HD drive and a math coprocessor.
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- Minident — Some Recent Developments
Dorian G. W. Smith
- Springer US