Computational Algebraic Geometry

  title={Computational Algebraic Geometry},
  author={Hal Schenck},
Preface 1. Basics of commutative algebra 2. Projective space and graded objects 3. Free resolutions and regular sequences 4. Groebner bases 5. Combinatorics and topology 6. Functors: localization, hom, and tensor 7. Geometry of points 8. Homological algebra, derived functors 9. Curves, sheaves and cohomology 10. Projective dimension A. Abstract algebra primer B. Complex analysis primer Bibliography. 
Algebraic Geometry: An Introduction
Affine algebraic sets.- Projective algebraic sets.- Sheaves and varieties.- Dimension.- Tangent spaces and singular points.- Bezout's theorem.- Sheaf cohomology.- Arithmetic genus of curves and the
Monomial Algebras
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Combinatorial Koszul Homology: Computations and Applications
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The central notion of this work is that of a functor between categories of finitely presented modules over so-called computable rings, i.e. rings R where one can algorithmically solve inhomogeneous
A Survey of Stanley–Reisner Theory
We survey the Stanley–Reisner correspondence in combinatorial commutative algebra, describing fundamental applications involving Alexander duality, associated primes, f- and h-vectors, and Betti
A Case Study in Bigraded Commutative Algebra
We study the commutative algebra of three bihomogeneous polynomials p_0,p_1,p_2 of degree (2,1) in variables x,y;z,w, assuming that they never vanish simultaneously on P^1 x P^1. Unlike the situation
Homological algebra and problems in combinatorics and geometry
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Heterotic Compactification, An Algorithmic Approach
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Polynomial Interpolation in Higher Dimension: From Simplicial Complexes to GC Sets
This work investigates GC sets in dimension three or more, and shows that one way to obtain such sets is from the combinatorics of simplicial complexes.


Commutative Ring Theory
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Elements of algebraic topology
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Methods for computing in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra Rome, March 1990
This chapter discusses the development of Grobner bases, computer algebra systems which are readily available to researchers, and the great increase in power of computers in this last decade.
Cohomology of Vector Bundles and Syzygies
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Algebraic Geometry
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Principles of Algebraic Geometry
A comprehensive, self-contained treatment presenting general results of the theory. Establishes a geometric intuition and a working facility with specific geometric practices. Emphasizes applications
Gröbner bases and convex polytopes
Grobner basics The state polytope Variation of term orders Toric ideals Enumeration, sampling and integer programming Primitive partition identities Universal Grobner bases Regular triangulations The
Computational methods in commutative algebra and algebraic geometry
  • W. Vasconcelos
  • Mathematics
    Algorithms and computation in mathematics
  • 1998
The author covers a wide range, from showing how to obtain deep heuristics in a computation of a ring, a module or a morphism, to developing means of solving nonlinear systems of equations - highlighting the use of advanced techniques to bring down the cost of computation.