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Topic review - Number of variables in one polynomial.
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 hannes
 Post subject: Re: Number of variables in one polynomial.
 Code:size(variables(p));see https://www.singular.uni-kl.de/Manual/4 ... ng_360.htm [code]size(variables(p));[/code]see https://www.singular.uni-kl.de/Manual/4-1-0/sing_360.htm
 Posted: Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:59 am
 IliaToli
 Post subject: Number of variables in one polynomial.
 This might sound as a trivial question, but it is not. Is there a command to check the number of variables in a polynomial? The situation is this:I can add to the system as many equations as I wish, infinite. The problem is, they become more and more cumbersome. On the other hand, after that I manage to calculate the Gröbner basis, I take the "smallest" polynomial, and see how far I am by counting its variables. For huge polynomials this is no easy task. This might sound as a trivial question, but it is not. Is there a command to check the number of variables in a polynomial? The situation is this:I can add to the system as many equations as I wish, infinite. The problem is, they become more and more cumbersome. On the other hand, after that I manage to calculate the Gröbner basis, I take the "smallest" polynomial, and see how far I am by counting its variables. For huge polynomials this is no easy task.
 Posted: Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:56 am

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