Workshop Announcement:
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Implementing algebraic geometry algorithms
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October 26 to October 30, 2009
American Institute of Mathematics Research Conference Center
Palo Alto, California
http://aimath.org/ARCC/workshops/agalgorithms.html
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Description:
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This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to
developing three packages, algebraic statistics, numerical algebraic
geometry, toric algebraic geometry, for the computer algebra system
Macaulay 2. Macaulay 2 is a widely used computer algebra system for
research and teaching in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra and
is one of the leading computer algebra programs for performing such
computations.
The workshop is organized by
Hirotachi Abo, Anton Leykin, Sam Payne, and Amelia Taylor.
For more details please see the workshop announcement page:
http://aimath.org/ARCC/workshops/agalgorithms.html
Space and funding is available for a few more participants.
If you would like to participate, please apply by filling
out the on-line form (available at the link above) no later
than June 26, 2009. Applications are open to all, and
we especially encourage women, underrepresented minorities,
junior mathematicians, and researchers from primarily
undergraduate institutions to apply.
Before submitting an application, please read the AIM
policies concerning participation and financial support
for participants.
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AIM Research Conference Center:
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The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) hosts focused
workshops in all areas of the mathematical sciences. AIM
focused workshops are distinguished by their emphasis on
a specific mathematical goal, such as making progress on a
significant unsolved problem, understanding the proof of an
important new result, or investigating the convergence between
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For more information, please visit
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