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By Professor Wolfram Decker, Professor Gerhard Pfister

A primary path in Computational Algebraic Geometry is designed for younger scholars with a few history in algebra who desire to practice their first experiments in computational geometry. Originating from a direction taught on the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, the publication offers a compact presentation of the fundamental thought, with specific emphasis on particular computational examples utilizing the freely on hand machine algebra approach, Singular. Readers will fast achieve the arrogance to start acting their very own experiments.

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Ym on Am (K), and where w is an extra variable. Then ϕ(U ) = V(J ∩ K[y]) ⊂ Am (K). 65 in an example: > > > > > ring RR poly g1 poly g2 ideal J ideal H = = = = = 0, (w,t,x,y), dp; 2t; poly h1 = t2+1; t2-1; poly h2 = t2+1; h1*x-g1, h2*y-g2, 1-h1*h2*w; eliminate(J,wt); 40 The Geometry–Algebra Dictionary > H; H[1]=x2+y2-1 The resulting equation defines the unit circle. Note that the circle does not admit a polynomial parametrization. 67 Let B ⊂ Am (K) be algebraic. 65 such that B is the Zariski closure of the image of ϕ.

Sm ∈ S are integral over R, then R[s1 , . . , sm ] is integral over R. (ii) Let S ⊂ T be another ring extension. If T is integral over S, and S is integral over R, then T is integral over R. In the situation of the projection theorem, the extension R = K[x2 , . . , xn ]/I1 ⊂ S = K[x1 , . . , xn ]/I is integral since S = R[x1 ] and x1 is integral over R. 76 The extension K[y] → K[x, y]/ x2 + xy − 1 is integral while K[y] → K[x, y]/ xy − 1 is not. Can the reader see why? 77 Design an algorithm for checking whether a given extension of affine rings is integral.

62 is fulfilled for A = An (K). 63 We compute the Zariski closure B of the image of the map ϕ : A2 (R) → A3 (R), (s, t) → (st, t, s2 ). 38 The Geometry–Algebra Dictionary According to the discussion above, this means to create the relevant ideal J and to compute a Gr¨ obner basis of J with respect to a monomial ordering such as >lp . Here is how to do it in Singular: > ring RR = 0, (s,t,x,y,z), lp; > ideal J = x-st, y-t, z-s2; > groebner(J); _[1]=x2-y2z _[2]=t-y _[3]=sy-x _[4]=sx-yz _[5]=s2-z The first polynomial is the only polynomial in which both variables s and t are eliminated.