The dynamical method in commutative algebra [2 ETCS Mat/01]

Ihsen Yengui - University of Sfax (Tunisia)

Date and time
Monday, August 24, 2020

Contact person
Peter Michael Schuster

Publication date
September 11, 2020

Computer Science  


Transfinite methods, typically in the form of a variant of Zorn’s Lemma, are frequently invoked during proofs in commutative algebra. Dynamical methods have proved practicable to still render constructive proofs of that kind. Roughly speaking, ideal objects such as prime ideals are approximated by paths in finite trees which are grown as the proofs in question demand and carry the information required for the desired computation.

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