Suppose there is a set I = {i1, i2, …, in} of polynomials and a Groebner basis J = {j1, j2, …, jm} of I. Is there a way in Singular to find q1, q2, …, qn for each polynomial jk in J such that the following holds (i.e., represent jk as a combination of polynomials in I)?
jk = q1*i1 + q2*i2 + … + qn*in
Suppose there is a set I = {i1, i2, …, in} of polynomials and a Groebner basis J = {j1, j2, …, jm} of I. Is there a way in Singular to find q1, q2, …, qn for each polynomial jk in J such that the following holds (i.e., represent jk as a combination of polynomials in I)?
jk = q1*i1 + q2*i2 + … + qn*in
