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2020-01-03 11:46:23 -0500 | commented answer | Sage @fork Parallel Decorator Breaking Interface to Singular Thank you! I'm unsure of implementation, I'm using a master function that calls other functions which contain calls to Singular. I would like to spawn multiple processes of the master function with @fork. Do I need to create individual singular interfaces for each function, even if the function itself is not parallelized, just the function calling it? I can't seem to space out my code, but hopefully you can decipher the blob. def master(polynomial, goal): s1 = Singular() singular.current_ring = currentRing polynomial = currentPolynomial global hits reduktion = reduction(polynomial) if testForICIS(polynomial, reduktion) == True:` |

2020-01-03 09:42:49 -0500 | commented question | Sage @fork Parallel Decorator Breaking Interface to Singular Thanks for the comment! I'm not totally sure what you mean by |

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2019-02-27 16:28:32 -0500 | commented answer | Calculating Milnor Numbers of Polynomials Using Singular via Sage You're right, I was wrongly interpreting the error. Thanks! |

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2019-02-27 11:03:39 -0500 | asked a question | Calculating Milnor Numbers of Polynomials Using Singular via Sage I'm using Singular via Sage Math to calculate the Milnor numbers of a large number of polynomials. For most polynomials, doing Works fine: Returns error: I am following these documentation pages: - Interface to Singular (Sage Interpreter Interfaces)
- D.6.15.10 milnor (Singular Documentation)
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