Involutive Bases Under Composition
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In this paper, the behaviors of involutive bases under composition operation are studied. For two kinds of involutive bases, i.e., Pommaret bases, Janet bases, we study their behavior problems under composition. Some further problems are also proposed.
KeywordsInvolutive bases Janet bases polynomial composition Pommaret bases
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