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When and Where
Semester: Spring 2014
Meeting time: T Th 10:05 - 11:45 am
Meeting place: KY 320
The course will introduce the students to symbolic computing, with emphasis on the method of Gröbner bases and its numerous applications.
Linear algebra I (MATH 231).
Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms by D. Cox, J. Little, and
D. O'Shea, Springer (2007).
The relevant part of the book is
available in Queens College library through online course reserves -
the details are given on Blackboard.
The full electronic version of the
book is available at the libraries: BMCC, City College, Graduate
Hunter College, and Medgar Evers.
number for a hard copy is QA564 .C688 2007 (Medgar Evers).
1992 edition is also available at Brooklyn College, Graduate
Center, and Hunter College under the call number QA564 .C688
The URL from Springer:
It is NOT required to purchase the
lecture notes, updated periodically.
The grade will be
given on the basis of, by the student's choice, homework (40%) and a
written final exam (60%), or a project from the list of projects.
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