
D.4.15.1 regIdeal
Procedure from library mregular.lib (see mregular_lib).
 Usage:
 regIdeal (i[,e]); i ideal, e integer
 Return:
 an integer, the CastelnuovoMumford regularity of i.
(returns 1 if i is not homogeneous)
 Assume:
 i is a homogeneous ideal of the basering S=K[x(0)..x(n)].
e=0: (default)
If K is an infinite field, makes random changes of coordinates.
If K is a finite field, works over a transcendental extension.
e=1: Makes random changes of coordinates even when K is finite.
It works if it terminates, but may result in an infinite
loop. After 30 loops, a warning message is displayed and
1 is returned.
 Note:
 If printlevel > 0 (default = 0), additional info is displayed:
dim(S/i), depth(S/i) and end(H^(depth(S/i))(S/i)) are computed,
and an upper bound for the ainvariant of S/i is given.
The algorithm also determines whether the regularity is attained
or not at the last step of a minimal graded free resolution of i,
and if the answer is positive, the regularity of the Hilbert
function of S/i is given.
Example:
 LIB "mregular.lib";
ring r=0,(x,y,z,t,w),dp;
ideal i=y2t,x2yx2z+yt2,x2y2,xyztw,x3z2,y5+xz3wx2zw2,x7yt2w4;
regIdeal(i);
==> 10
regIdeal(lead(std(i)));
==> 13
// Additional information is displayed if you change printlevel (=1);

