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Re: Groebner Bases

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  • Subject: [mg12695] Re: Groebner Bases
  • From: Colin <esroz at csv.warwick.ac.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Jun 1998 02:20:48 -0400
  • Organization: Warwick University
  • References: <199805232211.SAA02158@smc.vnet.net.> <6kpu64$sh5@smc.vnet.net>
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Daniel Lichtblau wrote:
> 
> Colin L C Fu wrote:
> >
> > Hello, folks,
> >
> > I tried to do some readings on Groebner Basis and I did search through
> > some of the 'Algebra' books but I couldnt find anything about Groebner
> > Basis in those books.
> >
> > I just wonder if any of you know of any books on Groebner Basis or I
> > haved looked into the wrong books to find Groebner Basis. Please
> > advise.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Colin
> 
> --------------------------------------- 
>From: Daniel Lichtblau <danl>
> 
>    A useful web site for tutorials:
> 
>    http://www.can.nl/CA_Library/Groebner/Tutorials/index.html
> 
>    For the Mathematica take on these, you could try "Groebner bases in
>    Mathematica 3.0" by myself, The Mathematica
>    Journal Vol 6 issue 4 (Fall 1996) pp 81-88. It does not assume alot
> of
>    knowledge on the part of the reader, although it may be easier to
>    follow for those with some university algebra background.
> 
>    For a good general, if technical, intro to Groebner bases, I
> recommend
>    highly all three text book references given in the article cited
> above,
>    as well as the Buchberger survey article. Abbreviated references for
>    these books:
> 
>    Cox, Little, O'Shea, "Ideals, Varieties, Algorithms"
> 
>    Becker and Weispfenning (with Kredel) "Groebner Bases"
> 
>    Adams and Loustaunau, "An Introduction to Groebner Bases"
> 
>    Daniel Lichtblau
>    Wolfram Research
> 
> --------------------------------------------------
> 
> dl

Hiya,

I managed to find the two books in the 'British OPAC' system instead of
Amazon.com.

Thanks

Colin 

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