# Combinatorial Group Theory and Applications to Geometry by D.J. Collins, R.I. Grigorchuk, P.F. Kurchanov, H. Zieschang,

By D.J. Collins, R.I. Grigorchuk, P.F. Kurchanov, H. Zieschang, A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, P.M. Cohn

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Also Rem. 41). , his PhD thesis of 1965, [Buc06]). In fact, for this reason, every involutive basis is also a Gr¨obner basis, whenever both notions exist in the same context, but the former reﬂects a lot more combinatorial information about the ideal or module (cf. Subsect. 5). 7]) is a proper subset of a Janet basis for the same module (and with respect to the same term ordering). For another comparison of Janet and Gr¨obner bases, cf. also [CJMF03]. 7], [Eis95, Sect. 4], [vzGG03, Sect. 5]). For simplicity we assume that the module is an ideal of [x1 , .

Sta96, Sect. 1]). 63. , q = 1. , [Eis95]). The product of the leading coefﬁcient of the Hilbert polynomial and d! is called the degree of the corresponding projective variety and coincides with the number of points in which the variety intersects a generic projective subspace of dimension n − 1 − d. For the case of an algebra D of differential operators with rational function coefﬁcients (cf. Ex. 18 b), p. 19) and general q an upper bound for this product in terms of the numbers of independent and dependent variables, the number of equations, the maximum differential order, and the degree of the Hilbert polynomial of the given system was derived in [Gri05].

Her result states the following. 50. Let G ⊂ D − {0} be a ﬁnite generating set of cardinality m for an ideal I of D, and let p ∈ D. Let d be the maximum total degree of the elements of G. If p is an element of I, then p is a linear combination of the generators in G with coefﬁcients that are either zero or polynomials of total degree at most n deg(p) + (md)2 . , in [Dub90], where techniques of partitioning sets of monomials similar to Subsect. 1 are used. 51. Let G ⊂ D − {0} be a ﬁnite generating set for an ideal I of D.