Computational methods in algebraic geometry
Keywords:Algebraic variety, polynomial map, commutatve ring, prime ideal
In this article we give a general description of the field of algebraic geometry and its computational aspects using Macaulay 2. In particular, we present an application to the bidimensional robotic arm of n spans for any natural n.
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