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 Post subject: ... is no standard basis but I'm sure it is
PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2005 5:32 pm 
Hi,

I've got a few mononomial in a list (actually it's a list(list())) and I'm checking if another polynomial is dividable by one of them. Right now im using reduce, but Singular complains that "_ is no standardbasis", but I'm shure it is, because it's a monomial. Any workaround/other way to check dividability.

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 Post subject: Re: ... is no standard basis but I'm sure it is
PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2005 8:48 pm 

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Hi, Stefan,
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> Hi,
>
> I've got a few mononomial in a list (actually it's a
> list(list())) and I'm checking if another polynomial is
> dividable by one of them. Right now im using reduce, but
> Singular complains that "_ is no standardbasis", but I'm
> shure it is, because it's a monomial.


Assume you have the ideal I= <xy^2, x^2y> in the ring K[x,y].

When you compute I=std(I), the attribute "IsSB" of the ideal I will be set to 1. (You can check it executing "attrib(I);")

Otherwise, even is it is a standard basis, you will get such warning.

The right solution would be to gather monomials you need in the ideal, compute its standard basis and then perform reductions.

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> Any workaround/other way to check dividability.

Depending on what you need, you can use functions "simplify", division "/" or "coef". Please consult the Singular manual for details.
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> Regards


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