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A Survey of Counterexamples to Hilbert's Fourteenth Problem

@article{Freudenburg2001ASO,
  title={A Survey of Counterexamples to Hilbert's Fourteenth Problem},
  author={Gene Freudenburg},
  journal={Serdica. Mathematical Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={27},
  pages={171-192}
}
We survey counterexamples to Hilbert's Fourteenth Problem, beginning with those of Nagata in the late 1950s, and including recent coun- terexamples in low dimension constructed with locally nilpotent derivations. Historical framework and pertinent references are provided. We also include 8 important open questions. 
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