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D.16.2 polymake_so

Access to polymake on singular interpreter level.
Yue Ren, email: ren@mathematik.uni-kl.de

Installation and Usage:
In order to use the Polymake interface in Singular, Singular needs to be build from sources. Please check the readme file for installation instructions.

After having built Singular with Polymake interface, start Singular in the system folder (e.g. x86_64-Linux). You can load the polymake interface via
LIB "polymake.so";

A working installation of the newest polymake version, version 2.12, is needed. Some procedures will not work unless the required third-party software is installed. For more detailed information please consult the polymake homepage. All credits go to
polymake Copyright (c) 1997-2012
by Ewgenij Gawrilow, Michael Joswig (TU Darmstadt)
and respective third-party software.

All functions are to be called with a preceding "Polymake::". See boundaryLatticePoints; ehrhartPolynomialCoeff; fVectorP(polymake); facetVertexLatticeDistances; facetWidth; facetWidths; gorensteinIndex; gorensteinVector; hStarVector; hVector; hilbertBasis; interiorLatticePoints; isBounded; isCanonical; isCompressed; isGorenstein; isLatticeEmpty; isNormal; isReflexive; isSmooth; isTerminal; isVeryAmple; latticeCodegree; latticeDegree; latticePoints; latticeVolume; maximalFace; maximalValue; minimalFace; minimalValue; minkowskiSum; nBoundaryLatticePoints; nHilbertBasis; nInteriorLatticePoints; nLatticePoints; normalFan(polymake); vertexAdjacencyGraph; vertexEdgeGraph; visual.