By Karin Gatermann
This booklet starts off with an outline of the examine of Gröbner bases that have many purposes in numerous parts of arithmetic considering the fact that they seem to be a normal instrument for the research of polynomial systems.
The subsequent bankruptcy describes algorithms in invariant conception together with many examples and time tables. those thoughts are utilized within the chapters on symmetric bifurcation thought and equivariant dynamics.
This mix of other components of arithmetic may be fascinating to researchers in computational algebra and/or dynamics.
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Computer Algebra Methods for Equivariant Dynamical Systems by Karin Gatermann