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An overview

In Macaulay2, once a ring (see rings) is defined, ideals are constructed in the usual way by giving a set of generators.

For those operations where we consider an ideal as a module, such as computing Hilbert functions and polynomials, syzygies, free resolutions, see modules.

For additional common operations and a comprehensive list of all routines in Macaulay2 which return or use ideals, see Ideal.

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basic operations on ideals

components of ideals