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It is well-known that the composition of a D-finite function with an algebraic function is again D-finite. We give the first estimates for the orders and the degrees of annihilating operators for the compositions. We find that the analysis of removable singularities leads to an order-degree curve which is much more accurate than the order-degree curve… (More)

We compute an upper bound for the orders of derivatives in the Rosenfeld-Grobner algorithm. This algorithm computes a regular decomposition of a radical differential ideal in the ring of differential polynomials over a differential field of characteristic zero with an arbitrary number of commuting derivations. This decomposition can then be used to test for… (More)

The effective differential Nullstellensatz is a fundamental result in the computational theory of algebraic differential equations. It allows one to reduce problems about differential equations to problems about polynomial equations. In particular, it provides an algorithm for checking consistency of a system of algebraic differential equations and an… (More)

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