
D.4.21.20 absPrimdecGTZ
Procedure from library primdec.lib (see primdec_lib).
 Usage:
 absPrimdecGTZ(I); I ideal
 Assume:
 Ground field has characteristic 0.
 Return:
 a ring containing two lists:
absolute_primes , the absolute
prime components of I, and primary_decomp , the output of
primdecGTZ(I) .
The list absolute_primes has to be interpreted as follows:
each entry describes a class of conjugated absolute primes,
 absolute_primes[i][1] the absolute prime component,
absolute_primes[i][2] the number of conjugates.
 The first entry of absolute_primes[i][1] is the minimal
polynomial of a minimal finite field extension over which the
absolute prime component is defined.
For local orderings, the result is considered in the localization
of the polynomial ring, not in the power series ring.
For local and mixed orderings, the decomposition in the
corresponding global ring is returned if the string 'global'
is specified as second argument
 Note:
 Algorithm of Gianni/Trager/Zacharias combined with the
absFactorize command.
Example:
 LIB "primdec.lib";
ring r = 0,(x,y,z),lp;
poly p = z2+1;
poly q = z3+2;
ideal i = p*q^2,yz2;
def S = absPrimdecGTZ(i);
==>
==> // 'absPrimdecGTZ' created a ring, in which two lists absolute_primes (th\
e
==> // absolute prime components) and primary_decomp (the primary and prime
==> // components over the current basering) are stored.
==> // To access the list of absolute prime components, type (if the name S w\
as
==> // assigned to the return value):
==> setring S; absolute_primes;
setring S;
absolute_primes;
==> [1]:
==> [1]:
==> _[1]=a3+2
==> _[2]=za
==> _[3]=yza
==> [2]:
==> 3
==> [2]:
==> [1]:
==> _[1]=a2+1
==> _[2]=za
==> _[3]=y+1
==> [2]:
==> 2
 See also:
absFactorize;
primdecGTZ.
