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The seminar meets at 5pm in Communications B027.  
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The seminar meets at 5pm.  Date TBA: {{{ 
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'''Monday, October 8, 2007''':  TITLE: Groebner Basics 
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'''Monday, October 15, 2007''':  SPEAKER: Josh Kantor 
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'''Monday, October 22, 2007''':  ABSTRACT: 
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'''Monday, October 29, 2007''':  Groebner bases are a fundamental tool which allow for efficient algorithmic computation in polynomial rings and modules over such rings. We we will start with the simple question of ideal membership, i.e., given an ideal $I \subset k[x_1,\ldots x_n]$, and $f \in k[x_1,\ldots, x_n]$, how does one check whether or not $f\in I$. We will show how Groebner basis solve this problem, and others. }}} 
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'''Monday, November 12, 2007''': (no seminar  Sage Days 6)  Monday, October 29, 2007: 
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'''Monday, November 19, 2007''':  {{{ TITLE: Combinatorial Algebras in SAGE TIME: 56pm on Monday, October 29, 2007 LOCATION: B027 in the Communications building SPEAKER: Mike Hansen Abstract: A "combinatorial algebra" is an algebra over a ring whose module basis is indexed by a class of combintorial objects with multiplication on basis elements typically determined by some combinatorial operation. Some examples of combinatorial algebras include the symmetric group algebra of order n (indexed by permutations of size n), the algebra of Schubert polynomials (indexed by permutations), partition algebras (indexed by set partitions satisfying certain constraints), and the symmetric function algebra (indexed by integer partitions). In this talk, I will go over support for combinatorial algebras in SAGE with an emphasis on symmetric functions, some issues that have arisen in their implementation, and things still left to do. }}} 
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'''Monday, November 26, 2007''':  
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'''Monday, December 3, 2007''':  [http://mwhansen.org/combinatorial_algebras.pdf Slides] [http://www.mwhansen.org/sageuw.html Worksheets] [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4519457622361288638&hl=en Video] ======================================================================= Monday, October 15, 2007: {{{ TITLE: Introduction to Abelian Varieties TIME: 56pm on Monday, October 15, 2007 LOCATION: B027 in the Communications building SPEAKER: Robert Miller Abstract: What the heck is an abelian variety? Elliptic curves are the 1dimensional abelian varieties. What are they in general? Maybe something like an abelian group and an algebraic variety? A complex torus is a complex manifold which is diffeomorphic to an ntorus. All such structures can be obtained as a quotient of CC^n by a lattice, and this procedure gives us a compact complex manifold. For n=1, this is an elliptic curve. For n >= 1, any variety structure on a complex torus must be unique, and Riemann proved that there is such a variety structure if and only if the torus can be embedded in complex projective space. More specifically, CC^n/L is an abelian variety if and only if there is a positive definite Hermitian form whose imaginary part takes integral values on L. After defining abelian varieties as above, William Stein will give an example or two in Sage. }}} Monday, October 22, 2007: (no seminar) Monday, November 5, 2007: Monday, November 12, 2007: (no seminar  Sage Days 6) Monday, November 19, 2007: Monday, November 26, 2007: Monday, December 3, 2007: 
The UW Sage Seminar Schedule
The seminar meets at 5pm in Communications B027.
Date TBA:
TITLE: Groebner Basics SPEAKER: Josh Kantor ABSTRACT: Groebner bases are a fundamental tool which allow for efficient algorithmic computation in polynomial rings and modules over such rings. We we will start with the simple question of ideal membership, i.e., given an ideal $I \subset k[x_1,\ldots x_n]$, and $f \in k[x_1,\ldots, x_n]$, how does one check whether or not $f\in I$. We will show how Groebner basis solve this problem, and others.
Monday, October 29, 2007:
TITLE: Combinatorial Algebras in SAGE TIME: 56pm on Monday, October 29, 2007 LOCATION: B027 in the Communications building SPEAKER: Mike Hansen Abstract: A "combinatorial algebra" is an algebra over a ring whose module basis is indexed by a class of combintorial objects with multiplication on basis elements typically determined by some combinatorial operation. Some examples of combinatorial algebras include the symmetric group algebra of order n (indexed by permutations of size n), the algebra of Schubert polynomials (indexed by permutations), partition algebras (indexed by set partitions satisfying certain constraints), and the symmetric function algebra (indexed by integer partitions). In this talk, I will go over support for combinatorial algebras in SAGE with an emphasis on symmetric functions, some issues that have arisen in their implementation, and things still left to do.
[http://mwhansen.org/combinatorial_algebras.pdf Slides] [http://www.mwhansen.org/sageuw.html Worksheets] [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4519457622361288638&hl=en Video]
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Monday, October 15, 2007:
TITLE: Introduction to Abelian Varieties TIME: 56pm on Monday, October 15, 2007 LOCATION: B027 in the Communications building SPEAKER: Robert Miller Abstract: What the heck is an abelian variety? Elliptic curves are the 1dimensional abelian varieties. What are they in general? Maybe something like an abelian group and an algebraic variety? A complex torus is a complex manifold which is diffeomorphic to an ntorus. All such structures can be obtained as a quotient of CC^n by a lattice, and this procedure gives us a compact complex manifold. For n=1, this is an elliptic curve. For n >= 1, any variety structure on a complex torus must be unique, and Riemann proved that there is such a variety structure if and only if the torus can be embedded in complex projective space. More specifically, CC^n/L is an abelian variety if and only if there is a positive definite Hermitian form whose imaginary part takes integral values on L. After defining abelian varieties as above, William Stein will give an example or two in Sage.
Monday, October 22, 2007:
(no seminar)
Monday, November 5, 2007:
Monday, November 12, 2007: (no seminar  Sage Days 6)
Monday, November 19, 2007:
Monday, November 26, 2007:
Monday, December 3, 2007: