A = exponentMatrix m
Let R be a ring such that all variables have a single index on which the symmetric group acts. Then monomials in R can be represented by a k by infinite exponent matrix where k is the number of variable orbits.
This representation can be helpful for visualizing the structure of a monomial.



The ring in which the monomial resides must have all variable orbits with exactly one index.
The object exponentMatrix is a method function.