- Computing the Cartier operator acting on 1-forms
- Making Drew Sutherland's smalljac code usable in Sage and extending Kate's data
- Computing L-series of Jacobians of Certain Hyperelliptic Curves
- Computing in the class group of non-maximal orders of quadratic imaginary fields
- Sara's (mostly Combinatorics) wishlist
- Some combinatorics projects from Anne's talk
- Symbolic projects
Computing the Cartier operator acting on 1-forms
PEOPLE: Rachel P., Aly, Gagan, Anja, Sarah, Marina, Kate
See this page.
- sage worksheet that is slow and just implements algorithm (correctly!)
this appears to be done here: Computing N for Hyperelliptic curve.sws
- need data to check that this is correct.
- for what range of primes is this code reasonable?
- make it really, really fast (cython).
get included in sage itself Trac ticket #10457
make a big table or something? Rachel: "I would love to find a curve with p-rank 0 and a-number 1. I did genus 4 and p=3." Some examples
Making Drew Sutherland's smalljac code usable in Sage and extending Kate's data
PEOPLE: Kate, William S., Lola, Aly, Erin, Bianca
See the Project Page. Subprojects are:
- make smalljac code usable from Python (involves Cython)
- cubic and sextic residue symbol
- explicit calculation of Grossencharacters (aka Hecke characters).
Computing L-series of Jacobians of Certain Hyperelliptic Curves
PEOPLE: Jennifer B., Jennifer P., Jennifer J., Bianca
- Decide if curve is attached to a modular form, and if so find it, then use that to compute L-series (use Sturm bound -- see paper of Ribet with appendix by Agashe/Stein)
- Need the analogue of Tate's algorithm to get from the Namikawa-Ueno classification to the Euler factor at the bad primes
- Plug L-series into Dokchitser and get numbers.
Incorporate Robert Bradshaw's code into Purple Sage. http://code.google.com/p/purplesage/issues/detail?id=14
Computing in the class group of non-maximal orders of quadratic imaginary fields
PEOPLE: William S., Bianca,
- Make a list of what you want to be able to do:
- Such computations come up for Stein in http://wstein.org/papers/kolyconj2/
- List why Magma/PARI aren't good enough (bugs, issues, speed, etc.)
- Write really really fast code to implement some of this.
Sara's (mostly Combinatorics) wishlist
PEOPLE: Needs people!
- Better index of software
- sbcl in Sage
- Quasisymmetric function bases (Jason Bandlow has preliminary implementations on sage-combinat)
- hyperplane arrangements
- wikipedia and Sage pages linked to each other
Some combinatorics projects from Anne's talk
- LaTeX support for tableaux, compatible with jsmath/mathjax for visualization in the notebook, see trac#4355
- Implementation of cyclage graph. PEOPLE: Anne S.
- Implementation of the Schuetzenberger involution Omega_2 on tableaux and words:
- tableaux --> word --> something --> tableaux: result is a sage worksheet, then function included in sage?! done! see trac ticket http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/10446#comment:1 PEOPLE: Erin, Ilke
- Faster implementation of crystal graph isomorphisms (would have implications for the energy function and R-matrix). PEOPLE: Anne S., William S.
- - view crystal graph and check if it is isomorphic to another graph (would build on Robert Miller's "NICE" package, which will check if any two graphs are isomorphic, which is fully available in Sage). Hopefully this makes this project easy?
- make the k-Schur function and their duals live in the right subspace/quotient of the ring of symmetric functions
- - in Sage, but live in the wrong space. Should live in a subspace. Have sample code in worksheet that "does the job" (see this link in Sage Days 20.5 in Toronto in May). Want to put this code into Sage. PEOPLE: Erin.
PEOPLE: Flavia, Karen