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Computations in Algebraic Geometry with Macaulay 2

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Computations in Algebraic Geometry with Macaulay 2
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540422307
ISBN-13: 9783540422303
Number of pages: 343

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This book presents algorithmic tools for algebraic geometry and experimental applications of them. It also introduces a software system in which the tools have been implemented and with which the experiments can be carried out. Macaulay 2 is a computer algebra system devoted to supporting research in algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, and their applications.

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