I found two problems in the 'combine(_)' algorithm.

The first is that it does not take into account the commuting rules of the objects:

```
{m,n,o,p}::Indices.
{x,y,w,z}::Indices.
a::ImplicitIndex(a^{m}).
b::ImplicitIndex(b_{m}).
{a{#},b{#}}::AntiCommuting.
ex:= a b;
explicit_indices(_);
combine(_);
```

The output for this code is the following.

a b

a^{m} b_{m}

(b a)

The second problem is that it seems that it is not possibile to make some indices implicit, unless they are in the order lower-upper position, respectively. For example:

```
{\alpha, \beta, \gamma, \delta}::Indices.
a::ImplicitIndex(a^{\alpha}).
M::ImplicitIndex(M_{\alpha \beta}).
ex:= a M a;
explicit_indices(_);
combine(_);
```

The output in this case is:

a M a

a^{\alpha} M{\alpha \beta} a^{\beta}{\alpha \beta} a^{\beta}

a^{\alpha} M

combine(_) does not do anything to the expression.

Thanks for your help in advance.