Admissible orders and linear forms

@article{Weispfenning1987AdmissibleOA,
  title={Admissible orders and linear forms},
  author={V. Weispfenning},
  journal={SIGSAM Bull.},
  year={1987},
  volume={21},
  pages={16-18}
}
Admissible orders on terms (power-products of finitely many indeterminates X1,..., Xn play a fundamental role in the definition and construction of Groebner bases for polynomial ideals (see [Bul). By passage to exponents, these orders may be construed as linear orders on [EQUATION] compatible with addition and with smallest element [EQUATION] = (0,...,0). Any such order extends uniquely to a linear order < on [EQUATION] turning ([EQUATION], +, >) into an ordered group such that all… Expand

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