## About this series

With this forward-thinking series Springer recognizes that the prevailing trend in mathematical research towards algorithmic and constructive processes is one of long-term importance. This series is intended to further the development of computational and algorithmic mathematics. In particular, Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics emphasizes the computational aspects of algebraic geometry, number theory, combinatorics, commutative, non-commutative and differential algebra, geometric and algebraic topology, group theory, optimization, dynamical systems and Lie theory. Proposals or manuscripts that center on content in non-computational aspects of one of these fields will also be regarded if the presentation gives consideration to the contents' usefulness in algorithmic processes.