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Counting Square free Cremona monomial maps

@article{Costa2015CountingSF,
  title={Counting Square free Cremona monomial maps},
  author={Barbara Costa and Thiago Dias and Rodrigo Gondim},
  journal={arXiv: Commutative Algebra},
  year={2015}
}
We use combinatorics tools to reobtain the classification of monomial quadratic Cremona transformations in any number of variables given in \cite{SV2} and to classify and count square free cubic Cremona maps with at most six variables, up to isomorphism. 

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