The question of finitely many steps in polynomial ideal theory

@article{Hermann1998TheQO,
  title={The question of finitely many steps in polynomial ideal theory},
  author={Grete Hermann},
  journal={SIGSAM Bull.},
  year={1998},
  volume={32},
  pages={8-30}
}
Grete Hermann's 1926 paper Die Frage der endlich vielen Schritte in der Theorie der Polynomideale, which appears below in English translation, is an intriguing example of ideas before their time. While computational aspects of mathematics were more fashionable before the abstractions of the twentieth century took hold, mathematicians of that time certainly knew nothing of computers nor of today's idea of what an algorithm is. The significance of the paper can be found on the first page, where… Expand
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