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what is "set_verbose"command in buchberger algorithm?

asked 2013-04-05 11:35:32 +0200

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updated 2013-04-05 13:33:31 +0200

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Hello I computed buchberger algorithm as

I=ideal(x^6-y^2+z, z^3+y^2)
(x^6 - y^2 + z, z^3 + y^2) => 0
G: set([x^6 - y^2 + z, z^3 + y^2])

(z^3 + y^2, x^6 - y^2 + z) => 0
G: set([x^6 - y^2 + z, z^3 + y^2])

2 reductions to zero.

[x^6 - y^2 + z, z^3 + y^2]

I just want to know what is set_verbose(3) command for in this? also toy: ... thank you

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answered 2013-04-05 13:38:46 +0200

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As the name suggests set_verbose is used to change the verbosity level. Try running the code without using the call set_verbose(3) to see the difference in the output.

Related link: set_verbose.

For your second question, you can check the manual.

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